Rare waterfront parcel - almost two acres -- with sunny cabin, minutes from Mt. Monadnock: From where you turn off the road to this one, you'd never know there was a cottage at the end of the long, tree-lined driveway. Once you're there, the world goes away - with 290 feet of prime and pristine frontage on one of the region's most sought-after swimming and boating ponds - a trout fisherman's dream. Drink your morning coffee in the privacy of a sandy-bottom cove, directly across from the historic Stone Pond Chapel. Grill your trout over the fire, pick blueberries from the bushes that line the shore. Right now, the 648 square foot cabin - with barnboard walls, wood stove, vintage refrigerator and stove and upstairs loft bedroom calls out to your imagination. You can fix it up, or keep the rustic simplicity of a camp. One thing that needs no work is the light on the water, the sound of the loons at night, the stars.