Sophisticated controls and electronics are almost exclusively
associated with pellet-stoves, making them initially expensive. Pellets
are now used for fuel all over Europe and North America. They're made
from sawdust and mill-scrap, which is not limitless- so you'd best
order fuel in spring. They are very efficient, and do not require a
chimney in general. Even with your woodlot, one of these would be
useful for when you need heat and the other stove(s) have gone cold, in
the wee hours.
IOW, more than one stove could be best for you, for above, and ability
to zone the heating. All legally-sold stoves in the USA are now
EPA-particulate-compliant. Clean, efficient. Overall efficiency is
boosted, per tests, about 20-25% by uninsulated smokepipe of at least
6'. Swedes and Danes (Jotul/Morso/Rais etc.) make very nice
conventional non-catalyst stoves, among others, with _wide_ range of
outputs & prices.
DAGS on this, and pack a lunch following up. Enough urls to almost make