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Gilmanton, NH : $975,000   [40 Total Photos]

Log cabin warmth w timber-frame features combine to present a modern 3-bedroom homestead nestled peacefully within 687 acres of woodland perched on a south-facing slope of the Belknap Mountain Range. Built in 2000, this home exudes country living + features warm wood interiors; windows that welcome sunlight + extensive views; a brick hearth + chimney that reaches through an open staircase past timbered ceilings; + radiant heat in floor. Beyond the open concept living/dining/kitchen space, 3 bedrooms w ample closets, 2 nicely appointed bathrooms, bright laundry, welcoming mudroom, + spacious utility room that has been used for workshop, pet area, garden starter + freezer location. Additional storage is provided by walk-in closet/pantry, eave area, + 2-car attached garage w overhead. 10' x 40' porch offers both open + screened options complete w stunning view. Solar array assists to offset electric + oil expenses. Ornamental gardens, landscaping accents, fenced back yard w deck; woodshed; (2) ShelterLogic sheds; fenced organic garden. Plenty of area to accommodate pasture, greenhouses

Address: 52 Durrell Mountain Road, Gilmanton, NH

Fitzwilliam, NH : $400,000   [39 Total Photos]

Unique Scott Pond Opportunity: 5.5-acre house site with 887 feet of shoreline on picturesque Scott Pond; mixture of woods + open fields for recreation + agriculture. Additional 79 acres subject to a conservation easement (see Docs) includes mature forest, wetlands teeming with wildlife, open land under power lines, + another half-mile of pond frontage. PLUS: (3) individual building lots of 5+ acres each located on Scott Pond Road or Jock Page Road. Ownership also includes the dam at Scott Pond outlet into Scott Brook, subject to State of NH controls (see Docs). Existing "camp" could be renovated or replaced; major systems - water and septic - required. Conservation easement (CE) does not guarantee public access; does allow certain structures related to forestry, agriculture, non-commercial recreation + wildlife habitat. See CE deed for Use Limitations.

Address: 77 Scott Pond Road, Fitzwilliam, NH

Pittsburg, NH : $13,000,000   [34 Total Photos]

Large tract of forestland - 7,965 acres - in northern New Hampshire. Four existing lots of record that also incorporate four previously approved subdivisions with a total of 45 remaining lots of 5+ acres each. Multiple opportunities to maximize value: forest management including sugarbush development, permitted large volume groundwater extraction (engineering available for bulk processing plant), potential for carbon credits and/or conservation easement, outdoor recreation expansion. Bordered East and West by several miles of Perry Stream and Indian Stream frontage, this dramatic land encompasses (Moose, Harris, Jacquith) or borders (Middle) four ponds. Pittsburg features abundant other fisheries and hunting grounds. Many miles of snowmobile trails + OHRV roads on the subject property, which presently do not have long-term leases or permissions leaving decisions for future use to new owners. Massive acreage for hunting of game species large and small as well as abundant bird habitat for ruffed grouse, woodcock + more.

Address: 10 Farr Road, Pittsburg, NH

Fitzwilliam, NH : $400,000   [24 Total Photos]

Unique Scott Pond Opportunity: 5.5-acre house site with 887 feet of shoreline on picturesque Scott Pond; mixture of woods + open fields for recreation + agriculture. Additional 79 acres subject to a conservation easement (see Docs) includes mature forest, wetlands teeming with wildlife, open land under power lines, + another half-mile of pond frontage. PLUS: (3) individual building lots of 5+ acres each located on Scott Pond Road or Jock Page Road. Ownership also includes the dam at Scott Pond outlet into Scott Brook, subject to State of NH controls (see Docs). Existing "camp" could be renovated or replaced; major systems - water and septic - required. Conservation easement (CE) does not guarantee public access; does allow certain structures related to forestry, agriculture, non-commercial recreation + wildlife habitat. See CE deed for Use Limitations.

Address: 77 Scott Pond Road, Fitzwilliam, NH

Loudon, NH : $180,000   [38 Total Photos]

Timberland Investment/Recreational Enjoyment - Well-managed Eastern White Pine forest in central New Hampshire. Good stocking + highly productive soils. Management plans + harvest records available. Extensive network of woods roads + trails plus long stretch of Soucook River frontage provide recreational opportunities for hunting, fishing, camping, horseback riding, X-C skiing. Lots of wildlife and special habitats. Property is located along NH Rt 106, 3.5 miles South of NH Motor Speedway. Conservation easement (MCRD Bk 2688/Pg 494) encumbers entire woodlot; stewarded by Five Rivers Conservation Trust (Cannot be used for residential or commercial purposes except forestry + agriculture; no, this is not a building lot although buildings related to ag/forestry uses are allowed). Exemplary woodlot has been used for educational purposes by UNH + other schools as well as UNH Cooperative Extension + NH Timberland Owners Assoc. Site has abundant lowbush blueberry. Property consists of three lots of record, all located on paved public roads in the NH Rt 106 corridor. 12-acre lot is presently

Address: 00 Currier Road, Loudon, NH

Pittsburg, NH : $13,000,000   [22 Total Photos]

Large tract of forestland - 7,965 acres - in northern New Hampshire. Four existing lots of record that also incorporate four previously approved subdivisions with a total of 45 remaining lots of 5+ acres each. Multiple opportunities to maximize value: forest management including sugarbush development, permitted large volume groundwater extraction (engineering available for bulk processing plant), potential for carbon credits and/or conservation easement, outdoor recreation expansion. Bordered East and West by several miles of Perry Stream and Indian Stream frontage, this dramatic land encompasses (Moose, Harris, Jacquith) or borders (Middle) four ponds. Pittsburg features abundant other fisheries and hunting grounds. Many miles of snowmobile trails + OHRV roads on the subject property, which presently do not have long-term leases or permissions leaving decisions for future use to new owners. Massive acreage for hunting of game species large and small as well as abundant bird habitat for ruffed grouse, woodcock + more.

Address: 10 Farr Road, Pittsburg, NH

 
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