Puddledock Press Photos & Article Hattie's Place Peavey Hill Main Street


Puddledock Press Photos & Article Hattie's Place Peavey Hill Main Street


Though Hatties's Place is now demolished, this is a promotional campaign from the Puddledock Press which has photos and an article covering history, the restoration of the building which was called the "Hattie White Estate" It also covers the operation of Hattie's Place as an elder care facility. The article reads:

This month's featured advertiser.....Hattie's Place

Many local people will remember the Hattie White Estate on Peavey Hill that stood empty for so long. After 8 months of restoration, it is now Hattie's Place, a care facility and shared home for the elderly.

It is owned and oper-ated by Simone Tarrants,a nurse with 27 years experience and Wayne LaRoche. The CPR trained staff is well equipped to help the elderly with their every need with 2^ hour supervision. The staff also includes dietician Gladys Healy, who prepares the delicious home-cookedmeals.

The new addition, blending in nicely with the original structure, was re-cently completed in June of this year by Elliot Construction.   It consists of 4 new bedrooms, visiting room and 2 new baths, all newly furnished. The large piazza is especially enjoyed by clients on these hot days.

When not out on the porch, the residents may often be found around the kit-chen table until late in the evening, enjoying the companionship, livelydcussion, and snacks.

 Hattie's Place is licensed and certified by the State, and are members of the N.H. Association for Residential Care Facilities. Anyone interested invisiting is more than welcome.

Also, any questions can be an-swered by calling 755-3937, or 755-3544.

These photos are stored together. They are from different periods of time. Last pulled together for possible use in August 1986.

FHS-Kyle Leach


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Puddledock Press, “Puddledock Press Photos & Article Hattie's Place Peavey Hill Main Street,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed February 27, 2024, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/417.