This historic property was a mill at the outlet of Stone Pond, a clear, fresh, 79 acre trout pond tucked away from civilization. The millrace is still in place- traveling from the pond under the building to where the water wheel once was and on to become a stream in the woods beyond. The valve at the pond is considered a dam in NH and there is a dam tax on it of $400.00 per year. The summer only residence looks across the road to its waterfront parcel with sandy beach, deck, and swimming float. Retaining the rustic charm of its original use, the dwelling has a fieldstone fireplace in its huge great room,( the only source of heat), library with lake view, shed room, and kitchen on the main floor plus three or four bedrooms and tub bath on the second floor. Water is from the lake and the septic system is unknown. Against one wall of the stone foundation is an outside shower. There's a full basement under the building with extensive structural work completed. The 77 acres of woodland have been managed and selectively cut under a forester's care, the last cutting was in 2018. The acreage abuts a large tract of conserved property. The acreage is easily accessed by its 2100 feet of frontage on Hunt Road, a Class VI road. Views to Mount Monadnock are possible from the back of the lot. A one of a kind property!
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