With less than 100 residents, Ellsworth remains the second-smallest community in New Hampshire. The Branch Brook offers white water rafters class II-V opportunities from Ellsworth to Campton while the highest point in Ellsworth is the summit of Mount Kineo. A spot in this rural area is still close to many White Mountains attractions.
Imagine a place where you can leave the nearest modern conveniences and be in complete solitude in 10 minutes. Away from the hustle and bustle, fishing off of your private waterfront on Ellsworth Pond, competing with only the Bald Eagle for your dinner. Cook over your Coleman cook stove at your trappers cabin looking out on the White Mountains, before nodding off to sleep in your bunk next to the emanating warmth from your wood stove. You wake up to the birds, and the squirrels, take a morning swim, and prepare for your day exploring the wilderness around you. THAT is what you find here, at this serene property on Stinson Lake Road wedged between the White Mountain National Forest and the Clarada Wildlife Management Area. Currently a raw piece of land laden with stone walls, a mix of tree growth, seasonal babbling brooks and a primitive cabin with bunk house and outhouse to utilize while you dream up your perfect forever home. Or, keep as-is, its up to you!
Embrace your independence in this remote artist's retreat, the perfect spot to disconnect and rest in solitude. This walk-in waterfront cabin on 12 acres is veiled by White Mountain National Forest and overlooks Ellsworth Pond. Reach it on foot, by following a rough-cut blazed trail about five minutes from the road, or land a private plane on the water. No one could find your refuge unless they were searching for it. When the late U.S. Senator L.C. Wyman built this cabin, he waited until the pond froze over and hauled the logs across the ice with a horse and sleigh. Enjoy self-sustainability with an outdoor refrigeration system, water from a rain cistern, an accessible outhouse, and hurricane oil lamps. The wood stove keeps everything toasty and hot meals taste extra good on the three-burner Coleman camp stove. There is one bedroom and a three-season porch with a paneled, screen window. The separate bunkhouse also has a wood stove, and could be used as a tool shed or storage space. Leave the world behind and come visit this hidden piece of history!
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