There is a She shed with a pellet stove and electricity. This "shed" is 12x28. There also is a He shed with electricity and a pellet stove. This structure is 12x30. Both also have insulation in the walls. The front yard is fenced for those wandering critters. There is an above ground pool for the hot summer days, they're coming back, really. If your need is to explore and enjoy nature, then take advantage of the 7.39 acres of woodland. It can be argued any wildlife native to New Hampshire has at least passed through this forested land. Inside this log home, it's as cozy as you could ever imagine. The interior is entirely finished with wood. The open floor plan makes this home feel much bigger than the square footage would make you think. The granite counter in the kitchen is a dazzling Blue Volga Granite. There's a small deck off the kitchen. The stairs are consumate log home with a hand hewn balustrade. Off the dining room is a screened porch running the entire width of this home. There's room for the largest of distanced get togethers. This deck leads into the back yard with a patio and into the forest. The current owners use one of the main floor rooms as a den but could easily be a bedroom. The upper level is entirely the primary suite. Inviting, warm, very accommodating. On the lower level of this home is another 'man cave" or extra bedroom, with a bulkhead walkout. This level is very dry. Snowmobile trails are nearby. Delayed showings begin at Open House 11/15 10-12pm.