(Bloomberg) -- “An amazing retreat for the nature lover who also wants total privacy.”

That was part of the listing for the $1.07 million home that matches the U.S. government’s description of where federal agents arrested Ghislaine Maxwell on Thursday morning on charges she played a central role in Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual abuse of girls. The 156-acre property sold in December to Boston-based Granite Realty LLC, according to property records.

Prosecutors say that Maxwell, who has spent the past year “hiding out in locations in New England,” bought a home in Bradford, New Hampshire, in December through a “carefully anonymized LLC.” A search of property sales matching that description yields this sole listing.

The four-bedroom, four-bath residence features an equipment barn, a Viking six-burner stove and two Wolf ovens. The property is 90 minutes from Boston and four hours from New York City, according to the listing.

The real estate agent who sold the home, Margaret Weathers of Sotheby’s International Realty, didn’t immediately respond to a voicemail seeking comment.

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