Enjoying a place of prominence on the Common in Haverhill Corner, New Hampshire, the Bliss Tavern presents a village lot with two distinct but seamlessly connected structures totaling just under 8000 square feet of conditioned living space. The first structure is the original tavern: a Federal-style, 5 by 5 bay, hip roofed house with narrow clapboards and a medium-pitched hipped roof and molded cornice presents. The second is a stunning, spacious and modern post and beam Yankee Barn home. The ca. 1790 Tavern presents the architectural historian with a remarkably intact and seminal form that enjoys the benefit of expertly and thoroughly modernized system and amenities. Featuring five bedrooms and three baths, the 12 over 12 windows with molded framing fill the interior with natural light. There are two interior chimneys on the east and west slopes that provide for four working fireplaces (TK). The interior of the original portion of the home also presents new owners with an extremely high degree of intact original features including functioning pocket shutters, barrel vaulted ceilings, raised paneling and wainscoting, original plaster walls and intact original flooring. Appurtenant to the 1790 Tavern and accessed through a spacious and professionally designed and applianced kitchen is an incredible Yankee Barn post and beam frame, gable ended, two story home that offers four bedrooms, four bathrooms, copious and elegantly appointed additional living areas.