Ask Curtis Trousdale
This 3 +/- acre property awaits your new vision in the charming New Hampshire town of Washington. Setback from an unimproved deeded right-of-way, the property features a level topography with an old collapsing log cabin and shed surrounded by mostly hardwoods throughout. With removal of the collapsing structures, the property could offer a quaint place for your seasonal get-away tucked away from the town-maintained and plowed Bailey Road. There is no formal septic or water on-site, and no soil testing has been completed at this time. The property appears to have been used in years past as a recreational get-away with power previously connected to the cabin. An old, weathered utility pole is located on the property with the meter removed, and Eversource indicates that they are typically able to replace old, existing utility poles without the need to extend new service lines. Granite State offers high-speed internet, TV, and telephone services to homes along Bailey Road. An ideal basecamp for your recreational pursuits, the property is located within 15 minutes to the Pillsbury State Reservation, the Lovewell Mountain trailhead, and the Long Pond Town Forest. The property conveys in as is condition. Warning: do not enter the structures on the property; they are collapsing and completely unsafe.