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Ghislaine Maxwell was hiding out in a luxury home on a 156-acre estate in New Hampshire — where she fled to a bedroom when the feds rang the bell at the gate ahead of her arrest, The Post has learned.
“It’s a good place to hide,” a neighbor, who declined to give his name, said of the sprawling rural property.
“Guess not good enough.”
Maxwell, 58, bought the spread in the tiny town of Bradford in an all-cash deal through what prosecutors called a “carefully anonymized LLC” in court papers filed Thursday.
Law enforcement sources confirmed the property sits at 338 East Washington Road and sold for $1.07 million on Dec. 13, according to the Zillow website.
“This stunning custom designed Timber Frame home is an amazing retreat for the nature lover who also wants total privacy,” according to a listing posted by the Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty brokerage.
Its features include a “first floor master suite, large walk in closet, fieldstone fireplace, window seat and a large master bath with soaking tub, walk in shower and double vanity,” the listing says.
In addition, there’s a “gourmet kitchen with extensive cherry cabinetry, Viking 6 burner stove, 2 Wolf ovens, Sub Zero fridge and breakfast bar and extensive counter space, 2 walls of windows lookout over the massive perennial gardens and waterfall.”
FBI agents, accompanied by local cops, rang the bell at the end of the long driveway at 8:30 a.m., and it was answered by a housekeeper, sources said.
Maxwell ran into a bedroom when told the authorities were there for her, but she eventually came out on her own and immediately asked for her lawyer when she was arrested in an alleged scheme to supply the infamous late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein with underage victims, sources said.
A winding, private dirt road about a quarter of a mile long leads up to the sprawling manse. About halfway up, a modest black gate cuts the road, barring vehicles from getting any closer.
Further along the driveway, glimpses of the Maxwell estate can be seen nestled between the towering pines, peeking behind the leaves.
A bearded man with a British accent, who a neighbor identified as a “family friend” of Maxwell, asked The Post to leave the driveway and declined to comment.
“I probably won’t say anything,” the man, who would not identify himself, said.
“The police have been out already so, they said they’re going to arrest people next so, don’t want you to get in trouble.”
The man, wearing a cap and a white face mask, followed The Post about halfway down the driveway before turning back.