Ask Curtis Trousdale
With a thriving beaver pond & an existing trail network, recreation beacons from this sprawling 95.47 +/- acre wildlife oasis in the beautiful New Hampshire town of Weare! Setback from two town roads nearby the New Boston town line, walking trails & old woods roads extend through the woodland & offer easy access to the bulk of the acreage, including the amazing 14.35 +/- acre beaver pond at the back of the property. Located entirely within the town's residential zoning district, the property could offer development prospects if appropriate septic can be identified per state regulations. With clearing, there is potential for 360-degree views of distant mountains & ridgelines at the high points. Featuring a nice diversity of wetlands & forestland, the property offers a second, once-flourishing pond site area closer to the road frontages that could be reinvigorated with town approval. Utility poles run along the property's 743' +/- of road frontage on the gravel, town-maintained Buxton School Road, & there's a utility pole along the property's 50' road frontage on Oak Hill Road. Less than 10 minutes away from the New Boston town forest & Perkins Pond State Wildlife Management Area, you can enjoy seemingly endless recreational activities both on & off the property. A utility easement conveys for the power lines located near the end of the beaver pond. The property is enrolled in Current Use. Only 30 minutes outside of Concord & Manchester, NH! Additional documentation available.