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Col. Paul Wentworth House Water St.
One of the oldest surviving dwellings constructed in New Hampshire.
Originally built in Rollinsford c. 1701, it was removed from town in 1936 and rebuilt in Dover, Massachusetts and has been missing from the town's landscape for almost 70 years.
The home's owner donated the building to the town and it was dismantled, moved back to Rollinsford, and reassembled.
Rollins Farm Bridge Ham Rd. over the Guilford (B & M) Main Line RR tracks Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Rollinsford Town Hall 667 Main St.
Queen Anne style. Architect
Alvah Thurston Ramsdell. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also the home of
the Association for Rollinsford Culture and History.
Salmon Falls Mill Historic District Front St.
Greek Revival, Italianate. Tour the Salmon Falls Mills, many of which have been converted to artist studios. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
White House Covered Bridge Broadway (becomes Rollins Rd.) NE