Benton is largely surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. The town is crossed by the Appalachian Trail. A prominent natural feature in Benton is Mount Moosilauke, a popular site for hikers. The 4802' Mount Moosilauke is located, at least partially, in Benton. Moosilauke has been climbed for nearly 300 years. The mountain has long been a hiking destination, source of timber and winter playground. The summit is bare and has wonderful 360 degree views of the rest of the Whites, Vermont, and even into the Adirondacks on a good day. Come enjoy the country living in Benton!
What a lovely 1890's Cape with local mountain views. A great family home or a nice vacation home. This home has had lots of improvements with lots of love put into it. Great natural light through out. A large living room with views and a half bath, an improved kitchen and dining area and a full bath on the first floor. A small room with a woodstove would make an awesome reading room. Three bedrooms on the second floor with finished attic space above. There is a jungle jim behind the house for the kids and lots of pretty landscaping...Come take a look today...
Listed by Herbie Bartlett of Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/Franconia
Great opportunity to own your own white mountain home with great views, 3 bedroom, oversized garage for all your toys and tools. Located on a state maintained road with master suite and bath. Laundry room Move in ready. Close to Loon Ski area, rivers, trails and mountains.
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