This circa 1912 vintage lodge is full of history. Once a hunting lodge converted to Mercy Lodge, Home for the Sisters. Situated on 5.04 acres and surrounded by conservation land, this 7660 sq ft lodge has multiple bedrooms and baths. Quintessential New England features - massive stone fireplace in large gathering room. Many details of original lodge remain in tact. Coffered ceilings, additional brick fireplace, glass doors and beautiful mill work. The possibilities are endless! Real estate taxes to be determined due to Religious residence.
Cumberland was once the mining capital of New England because of its extensive mineral deposits of iron ore which was used to make cannons. Today, the country atmosphere and convenient location make this town a popular place to live.