Dr. Edward C. Parkhurst and his wife Anne have given a conservation easement on 2.66 acres of their property on Woody Point Road. This encompasses 759 feet of shore frontage on Little Lake Sunapee, protecting the lovely cove to the west of Woody Point Road. This conservation easement eliminates three possible building lots, and ensures that the entire Parkhurst property will remain a single-family residence. The Parkhurst property is adjacent to the New England Forestry Foundation protected land across Little Sunapee Road.
The Parkhurst’s continuing dedication to the protection of the Little Lake Sunapee shoreline and watershed will help keep the natural beauty and water quality of this lake safe for future generations.
Ted Parkhurst passed away in February 2004. On July 29, 2016, Anne Parkhurst transferred ownership of this property to Doug and Heather Perrygo of Cambridge, MA.