Sandwiched between Mount Kearsarge to the south and Ragged Mountain to the north, sits one of the most perfect and quiet little roads in Wilmot. It's dotted sparsely with high-end homes purpose-built to enjoy nature and privacy. New London and Sunapee, two of the most important tourism destinations in western New Hampshire are next-door, but Wilmot itself is definitively outside the tourism belt. It's home to mostly full-time residents that live and work in-state. This lot is square and totally wooded, sloping down just from the road before leveling off to a flat, diverse forest. Opportunities for recreation are available in every direction, including hiking at Mt. Kearsarge, skiing at Ragged or Mt. Sunapee, lake activities on Lake Sunapee, and great restaurants and modern conveniences in New London.