Nettie Brown House
Your Home Away From Home
WELCOME TO THE NETTIE BROWN HOUSE
ABOUT THE HOUSE
The Nettie Brown House is one of the original Federal style homes of the area, built in 1830 and cared for by a handful of owners since its construction. We have maintained the historic aspects of federal architecture while updating the house with all of the modern conveniences.
The town of Warren sits in a beautiful little nook of the Baker River Valley in the White Mountain National Forrest at the foothills of the White Mountains. We are located on the Baker River right at the base of Mount Carr and mere minutes to one of the most hiked, western-most 4,000-footers around, Mt Moosilauke, from which the road that cuts through the center of town was named.
EXPLORE THE AREA
Warren is in a fantastic location and base for warm and cold-weather family-friendly activities. Within a few short miles lie some of the most beatiful scenic hikes in the state, the Appalacian trail is just down the street, there is also local fishing, geocaching, rock climbing, polar caves, tubing, canoeing, and ATV/Snowmobile trails directly across the street from the house and the Baker river just out back. Please see our Activities section for a more comprehensive list and distances to the popular things to do in the region for the leaf peeper/adventure seeker/fishing enthusiast/skiier/antiquer/foodie/hiker in all of you.
We're Robert and Christine and we're excited to share our wonderful home with you! Click below for more information about us.
There is an endless list of things to do in the North Country of NH. Please click below for a sampling of the most popular things to see and do and some of our local favorites.