By MEGHAN PIERCEUnion Leader Correspondent April 19. 2018 11:46PM The historic Benjamin Robinson Cottage, built in 1896, is on the market for the first time in half a century. (MEGHAN PIERCE/UNION LEADER CORRESPONDENT) JAFFREY — The historic Benjamin Robinson Cottage — once home to famed academics and an opera singer and the setting for a movie — is on the market for the first time in half a century.The house, built in 1896, became available recently after the death of its last owner, Mary Kidd, who before her death had asked her neighbor and friend Lisa Bostnar to be co-executor of her will and take care of selling it. Bostnar, an actress best known locally for her work at The Peterborough Players, said she became fast friends with Mary when she and her husband, Steve Jackson, CEO of The Park Theatre, moved to Jaffrey Center five years ago.“She asked me maybe a couple of years ago if I would do that for her when she passed away,” Bostnar said Monday. “We took very good care of her, and she took very good care of us.”Bostnar said the home hasn’t been listed yet but has a great deal of interest. She said… Read full this story
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