We are excited to announce that we bought the historic John W. Busiel House in Laconia, NH! A property that is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, we are honored to call this beautiful house a home. “I’ve always admired that house. It has a lot of charm. I’d rather have an older house. It has so much character,” Mandie says.
“We are busy making sure the place keeps its history. We have restored the original tin ceilings, painted the exterior, fixed the shutters, and more. Our family has started a Facebook page for the home, where thousands of neighbors tune in to marvel at our progress.” Follow the page to keep up with the latest house updates!
Join our family as we transform all 5200+ square feet (including the 10 bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms) to it’s former beauty with a modern twist. We’ll be showcasing Rowell’s Services trade expertise, local businesses, the Downtown charm, and ask for input!
The building was built in 1865, making it over 150 years old. Arthur L. Davis, a 19th-century architect, built the home for textile factory owner John W. Busiel, and then in the early 20th century it became a Catholic church owned building. In 1994, the downtown property became a historic national building.
The Hagans love that their home is right in downtown where they can see and chat with everyone they know. “Downtown Laconia feels energetic. It feels powerful and there’s a great sense of community. You can feel the buzz. It feels purposeful and energetic. It has old architecture turned new and modern and bright,” Mandie says.JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP