Winnipesaukee Waterfront Luxury Home, Gilford NH

Lake Winnipesaukee, Gilford NH   To live on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee is to know pure relaxation and enjoyment with friends and family. Exceptionally crafted in 1999, this home has been impeccably maintained and cared for. Sited on a private and perfectly landscaped lot with wonderful outdoor entertaining spaces overlooking the large lawn leading down to 100′ of pristine waterfront, sandy beach and deep water docking.

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Perfect Home for Entertaining, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths over 4000 square feet.

Energy efficient, thoughtfully decorated and tastefully laid out – this home truly shines against the competition. Five bedrooms provide plenty of sleeping space. Walls of windows in the main living and kitchen area give the perfect vantage point of the fun taking place on the water. Conveniently located close to all the area attractions in a desirable neighborhood setting. Furnishing package available for separate sale.  Listed by Ashley Davis of  Four Seasons Sotheby`s International  Realty/Meredith #nhlakesrealty

Wonderful View

Wonderful View

For additional information on this home call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

Contact Paula Hinckley or Carl Sack today for NH Lakes Region Real Estate

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End of the Summer Happening in the Lakes Region 2014

End of the Summer Happening in the Lakes Region       #nhlakesrealty

NEW HAMPSHIRE – September 11th, 2014 – Lakes Region, NH – The summer season is swiftly ending and fall is almost here! Fall brings crisp air, beautiful leaves and lots of outdoor fairs and festivals for families to enjoy in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire! Stroll around the Farmers’ Market at Tanger Outlets in Tilton, NH and pick up some delicious fruits, vegetables, cheeses and meats! The market is open every Friday from 3pm -7pm through September 26th. Celebrate fall at the Shaker Harvest Festival at the Enfield Shaker Museum on September 20th from 10am – 4pm. A yearly tradition, the Shaker Harvest Festival is full day of fun including pony rides, hay stack treasure hunts, cider making, butter churning as well as other traditional shaker harvest activities!Wine Tasting Weekend NH 2014

Looking for somewhere to stay in the Lakes Region in September? Check out the Travel Packages and Hot Deal pages for the best savings on your Lakes Region getaway at LakesRegion.org

Here are a few of the highly anticipated events going on in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire this September:

– It’s Hawk Season at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness, NH. Start with an orientation to hawk watching, including closeup views of live hawks. Then travel to the Lakes Region’s best hawk watch site to see some in their natural habitat! A great, educational experience with the entire family – bring a packed lunch! Meet at the Squam Lake s Natural Science Center on September 14th at 10am!

– The Franklin Opera House is hosting Tim Sample, New England’s premier native humorist and 11 year correspondent on CBS News on September 20th at 7:30pm in Franklin, NH.

– The 5Th Annual Harvest Festival at Prescott Farm in Laconia, NH will be held on September 13th from 10am – 3pm. This free event is great for the entire family with hayrides, face painting, music and more!

– The Highland Games at Loon Mountain is a great place to learn about the Scottish culture – enjoy food, music and the Heavy Athletic games with participations from around the world! This event runs from September 19th – 21st in Lincoln, NH.

– Sunday Champagne Brunch aboard the M/S Mount Washington includes jazz entertainment and stunning views of the Lake! Join them, Sunday September 28th at 10am.

These are only some of the events worth visiting in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire during September. For more Lakes Region events, visit the event calendar or LakesRegion.org.

The Lakes Region Tourism Association is the official tourism board of the region, representing close to 100 communities, 273 lakes and ponds, and more than 400 businesses in central New Hampshire, including area attractions, restaurants, retail establishments and accommodations. For more information or visitors’ guides, visit LakesRegion.org, facebook.com/NHLakesRegion or follow on Twitter. For more information about New Hampshire, go to www.visitnh.gov. The LRTA office is on Route 3 in Tilton, NH and can be reached by calling (800) 60-LAKES.

Real Estate Needs Contact Carl or Paula at 888-737-5550 or visit our website at www.nhlakesrealty.com

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Luxury Lakefront Winnipesaukee Home for Sale

Motivated Seller, Luxury Private Estate with 125 feet of sandy shoreline has long water views out to Rattlesnake Island is at the entrance to Governors Island. You enter the home and you have a full service pub style bar off to the right and a family room to the left. The great room with fireplace adds the perfect touch for a corporate party or a family gathering. The kitchen has granite countertops and high end appliances and is perfectly situated to view the lake and guests . After you catch your breath the master bedroom suite is on the first floor, you have a total of 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms on just over 1 acre of perfectly manicured level grounds. Ground level you have a family room and 2nd kitchen plus outdoor grilling area. The private beach has 125 feet of sugar sand beach and dock. Garage space, 2 car over sized attached garage plus 2 car detached garage. Spacious Areas to Entertain? This executive home includes amenities of Governors Island, including clay tennis courts. Gunstock Ski Area is 10 minutes away and some great golf courses are close by.  Visit your favorite restaurant by boat around the lake.

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6 Bedrooms over 7000 square feet priced under $2.5 million.

For additional information on this home call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

Contact Paula Hinckley or Carl Sack today for NH Lakes Region Real Estate

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Luxury Home on 600 Acre Pine River Pond, Wakefield NH

Magnificent & Private waterfront luxury Adirondack  property, located on the eastern shore of Pine River Pond in Low Tax Wakefield NH . Three floors of living, with master suite from side to side facing the lake plus a morning balcony off the master, open kitchen with all new upgraded appliances and cabinets, plus hardwood floors and new carpet , floor to ceiling fireplace in the glassed living room, all new bead-board ceilings, screened porch plus side to side walkout deck, looking west and over the level front lawn with sandy walk-in beach, raised beach patio and new dock. Truly a wonderful year-round home or private getaway with 13 rooms, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Surrounded by perennial gardens,semi-circular drive, 2 car garage with walk up storage, outside shower, patio,etc,etc. Plus back lot with storage shed & storage for boat trailer or possible garage or barn. 40 minutes to Portsmouth and the coast, less than 2 hours to Boston.  Golf – Skiing – Hiking – Shopping are close by. Listed by Randy Parker, Maxfield Real Estate.

Pine River Pond Real Estate

Over 3700 Square feet priced under $800,000

For additional information on this property call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.  

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Lake Kanasatka Home for Sale in Low Tax Moultonborough NH

Sparkling Sunsets!!!!! Lake Kanasatka Moultonborough NH- Beautiful lake an mountain views. Sandy beach, sits privately on .48 acres with 140 feet of frontage offer long lake view. Nice 3 bedroom year round living , large deck and basement can easily be finished off for more living space.   Lake Kanasatka a 358 acre lake is centrally located. It is an easy drive to Meredith or Wolfeboro less than 2 hours to Boston.   Skiing, Golf, Hiking and Shopping are all minutes away. Listed by Bob Williams from Coldwell Banker RB.  #nhlakesrealty

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Listed for $435,000 with taxes less than $2,800.

For additional information on this property call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.  

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Wine Tasting Weekend in the Lakes Region

Wine Tasting Weekend in the Lakes Region

The six participating wineries include Coffin Cellars, Gilmanton Winery, Sap House Meadery, Haunting Whisper Vineyards, Newfound Lake Vineyards and Hermit Woods Winery.

At each winery, guests will have the opportunity to taste young wines directly from the oak and stainless steel barrels that are used to ferment and age the varietals. Not only will it be a unique opportunity to taste wine in the early stages of its development, visitors will be able to meet the wine makers, tour the wine making facilities and learn all about the wine making process. In addition, many of the wineries will be hosting other local vendors during the event and offering special foods and wine-related items to guests.Wine Tasting Weekend NH 2014

If you are interested in spending more time in the lakes region and a lake home might be of interest contact us for homes that are available.

For information on lake homes call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view  lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

 

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State Announces 2014 Fall Drawdown of Lakes

Lake River Town Start
Date
Depth
(in feet)
From Full
Angle Pond Bartlett Brook Sandown Oct. 13

2’

Akers Pond Greenough Brook Errol Oct. 13

1’

Ayers Lake Tributary to Isinglass River Barrington Oct. 20

3’

Ballard Pond Taylor Brook Derry Oct. 13

2’

Barnstead Parade Suncook River Barnstead Oct. 13

1.5’

Bow Lake1 Isinglass River Strafford Oct. 13

6’

Burns Lake Tributary to Johns River Whitefield Oct. 13

1.3’

Chesham Pond Minnewawa Brook Harrisville Oct. 13

4’ to 2’

Crystal Lake Crystal Lake Brook Enfield Oct. 13

4’

Crystal Lake Suncook River Gilmanton Oct. 13

3’

Deering Reservoir Piscataquog River Deering Oct. 13

4’

East Washington Pond Beards Brook Washington Oct. 13

2’

Glen Lake/Greggs Falls Piscataquog River Goffstown Oct. 25`

1.5’

Goose Pond Goose Pond Brook Canaan Oct. 13

7.5’

Grafton Pond Bicknell Brook Grafton Oct. 13

2’

Great East Lake Salmon Falls River Wakefield Oct. 1

3’

Great Pond Powwow River Kingston Oct. 13

1’

Highland Lake North Branch Contoocook River Stoddard Oct. 13

3’

Horace Lake (aka Weare Reservoir) Piscataquog River Weare Oct. 11

5’

Horn Pond Salmon Falls River Wakefield Oct. 1

1.5’

Howe Reservoir Tributary to Minnewawa Brook Dublin Oct. 13

6’

Island Pond North Branch Contoocook River Stoddard Oct. 13

3’

Lake Kanasatka Tributary to Lake Winnipesaukee Moultonboro Nov. 1

1.5’

Kezar Lake Lane River Sutton Sept. 30

2’

Kingswood Lake Churchill Brook Brookfield Oct. 13

4’

Little Sunapee Lake Kidder Brook Sunapee Oct. 13

27”

Lovell Lake Branch River Wakefield Oct. 13

3’

Mascoma Lake2 Mascoma River Lebanon Oct. 13

3’

Mendums Pond Little River Nottingham Nov. 9

7’

Milton Three Ponds2 Salmon Falls River Milton Oct. 13

3’

Newfound Lake2 Newfound River Bristol Oct. 13

2.5’

Nay Pond Dead River Milan Sept. 30

7.5”

Nippo Pond Nippo Brook Barrington Oct. 13

2’

North River Pond North River Nottingham Oct. 13

1’

Northwood Lake Little Suncook River Epsom Oct. 13

6’

Ossipee Lake Ossipee River Effingham Oct. 13

3.25′

Opechee Lake Winnipesaukee River Laconia Oct. 13

5’

Pawtuckaway Lake Pawtuckaway River Nottingham Oct. 13

6’

Pequawket Lake Tributary to Swift River Conway Nov. 1

2’

Pine River Pond Pine River Wakefield Oct. 13

8’

Pleasant Lake Tributary to Little Suncook River Deerfield Oct. 13

2’

Robb Reservoir North Branch Contoocook River Stoddard Oct. 13

2’

Sawyer Lake Badger Brook Gilmanton Oct. 13

3’

Shellcamp Pond Academy Brook Gilmanton Oct. 13

2’

Silver Lake3 Minnewawa Brook Harrisville Oct. 13

6’

Squam Lake2 Squam River Ashland Oct. 13

2.5’

Sunapee Lake2 Sugar River Sunapee Oct. 13

2.5’

Suncook Lakes Suncook River Barnstead Oct. 1

5’

Sunset Lake Suncook River Alton Oct. 13

7’

Trickling Falls Powwow River East Kingston Nov. 1

1’

Webster Lake Chance Brook Franklin Oct. 13

2’

Wendall Marsh Dam4 Sugar River Sunapee Oct. 13

3’

Whittimore Lake Tributary to Contoocook River Bennington Oct. 13

1.5’

Winnisquam Lake Winnipesaukee River Belmont Oct. 13

2’

  • Bow Lake – this lake is being lowered to allow for a boat ramp repair. Once the work is completed, the water level will be returned to the seasonal drawdown level of 4 feet.
  • These larger lakes generally do not reach their full drawdowns until mid or late March. The values above are generally the maximum levels reached, although during any given year the levels reached can be either higher or lower due to weather conditions.
  • Silver Lake – will be drawn down to close to 6’ below full this year to allow the State Department of Transportation (NHDOT) to make repairs on culverts at the road crossing between the lake and the dam.
  • Wendall Marsh – this impoundment will be dropped to allow for fall and winter construction to rebuild the dam at the outlet.
Squam lake homes

On The Way to the Community Across the Covered Bridge.

The depth of drawdown listed above is not from the current level, but is from the normal full pond level. Due to changing ice and hydrologic conditions, these levels can vary throughout the winter. Since the hydrologic conditions and recreational uses of these water bodies vary, the degree and date of the start of drawdown for each lake vary and could be affected by the amount of rainfall during the period. In addition, the actual date at which the drawdown will begin could vary by a few days based on operational constraints. However, at two dams, the drawdowns will be initiated on a specific Saturday in October to provide recreational opportunities for canoeists and kayakers in the rivers below these dams. The schedule for these recreational opportunities is as follows:

  • On October 11th, approximately 450 cubic feet per second (cfs) will be released into the North Branch of the Piscataquog River from the Horace Lake Dam in Weare.
  • On October 18th, approximately 250 to 300 cubic feet per second (cfs) will be released into the Little Suncook River from the Northwood Lake Dam in Epsom.

These special releases will start at or near 8 AM for the dates specified above, and will be reduced to near normal levels by 4 PM that same day. NHDES reminds people that canoeing and kayaking have inherent risks, and paddling the state’s lakes and rivers is at the paddler’s own risk.

Lake drawdowns are conducted each fall to reduce winter ice damage to shoreline properties and to reduce spring flooding. Drawdowns also give property owners an opportunity to conduct any necessary repairs to their waterfront property, provided they first secure a permit from the NHDES Wetlands Bureau at (603) 271-2147.

Generally, lake levels are allowed to return to the normal full pond level in the spring. However, Chesham Pond is lowered by 4 feet starting after Columbus Day for a period of 6 to 8 weeks and the level is brought up to 2 feet below the normal full pond level for the remainder of winter In addition, the drawdowns of Opechee and Winnisquam Lakes, which occur on a two-year interval, last only approximately two weeks. This year, the lowering of Opechee Lake will begin on October 13th, and it will likely take two days to pass the water from Opechee Lake downstream through Winnisquam Lake. Therefore, the level of Winnisquam Lake is not expected to drop noticeably until October 15th. On October 27rd flows at Lakeport Dam will be increased to refill Opechee Lake, and the level of Winnisquam Lake should begin to rise late in the day on October 28th.

Not included in this schedule is Lake Winnipesaukee. Unlike the other lakes in this schedule, Lake Winnipesaukee is not purposely drawn down in the fall. Instead, each year on Columbus Day, the releases from Lakeport Dam are reduced from a normal minimum of 250 cubic feet per second (cfs) to a flow between 30 and 50 cfs for a period of up to two weeks to allow for maintenance of the dams and hydropower facilities on the Winnipesaukee River. The flow of 30 to 50 cfs is the minimum flow needed to maintain the downstream aquatic life during this period.

By the middle of the fall, Lake Winnipesaukee is, on average, 15 inches below its springtime full level due to evaporation and releases from the lake that have occurred over the course of the summer. As a result of the reduction in the amount of water released from the dam after Columbus Day, the lake level does not drop for the remainder of the month of October and is generally maintained at this level through the month of December. Depending on the amount of snow on the ground in the winter, the lake level may be lowered further beginning in January to a depth of two feet below the normal full level.

 

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Squam Lake, Come Visit Squam River Landing!

Squam Lake is the only large  lake in NH that has miles of open shoreline and islands that you can explore.  As you boat along the shoreline your imagination will take you back to the turn of the century  when the only access to the lake was by train and  horse drawn carriage.  The cottages and estates along the shoreline are pretty much the same. This glacial lake is the second largest lake in the state at just over 6700 acres.  Homes on the lake can run up to $5 miilion or more for a simple camp with a couple of acres of land.

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Squam Lake and Mountain Views from this Home

Squam River Landing is a community of Quality built new homes. Designed so that buyers can enjoy Squam Lake without having to pay waterfront prices. A sustainable community, the homesites overlooking and part of the Squam Watershed will preserve the beauty of the area while minimally impacting the land. Some lots are wooded and provide privacy and abut hundreds of acres of conservation land, others offer outstanding lake and/or mountain views. The community will be a fully recreational winter/summer fantasyland with snowmobile and snowshoeing trails throughout the acreage and access to Squam Lake through the affiliate owned Riveredge Marina. The marina offers day docking, boat slips, boathouses and a valet service with dry berths. The Community Center and roof top deck are available for use as well as the town beach on Little Squam which is located at the base of the development. “The homes will combine vintage camp design with unobstructed views of Squam and the surrounding mountains or wooded lots backing into over 900 acres of conservation land.  Homes Range from the Low $400,000 to $800,000 

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Southwest Mountain Views and Winter Lake Views from this home.

Squam is centrally located in the state, less than 2 hours to Boston and 1 hour to Manchester.  Loon, Waterville and Cannon are less than 30 minutes away and you will find plenty of  restaurants and golf courses just a short drive away.

Squam lake homes

On The Way to the Community Across the Covered Bridge.

For additional information on this home call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

 

Contact Paula Hinckley or Carl Sack today for NH Lakes Region Real Estate?? #nhlakesrealty

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Lake Wentworth Home With Spectacular Open Water Views

Lake Wentworth, Wolfeboro NH   Meticulously cared for home on the pristine uncrowded shores of 3097 acre Lake Wentworth. Home sits at the waters edge with an oversized garage to store all your toys. The great room with beamed ceilings is open front to back with fantastic water views. The family room with lake views has a wood fireplace with plenty of room for ping pong or a pool table.

3 Bedrooms - Huge Porch with a oversized 1 car garage

3 Bedrooms – Huge Porch with a oversized 1 car garage

Your 3 season porch looks out to the mountains and islands across the lake. There are 3 bedrooms, the large master bedroom has spectacular open water mountain views.  A private setting at the shoreline with a dock for your boat. Hiking – Golf – Restaurants – Wolfeboro’s downtown are all a short drive away. Wentworth is one of the most pristine lakes in the state located in the Old Summer Resort Community in the US.  

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Open Water Views out to the islands and lakes

For additional information on this home call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.com or visit our website to view similar lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

 

Contact Paula Hinckley or Carl Sack today for NH Lakes Region Real Estate??

 

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NH Lakefront Property Inventory Update: Summer Wrap Up 2014

Labor Day is upon us and the unofficial end to summer in the NH Lakes Area. Get out and enjoy this wonderful weather, the lake temperature is still in the 70’s and our average day is mid 80’s.( Check out and like our Facebook page for beach reports and listings of the week )     Facebook

 

The lake home market this summer was a strange one. Sales in April and May seemed to point to the market turning around but this summer’s cool temperatures keep the sales levels close to luke warm at best. Sellers tested the market with 2005 pricing resulting in price reductions out pacing new listings and sales. I expect to see many new lakefront homes hit the market post Labor Day plus lakefront homes with deferred maintenance currently on the market go for another round of price adjustments.

My wife Paula and I since 1999 have been helping you find dream lakefront properties in the greater Lakes Region of NH.  The waterfront market remains constant with retirement and executive buyers looking to find a cottage or home for their family. Buyers are looking for turnkey homes in move in condition, no painting,  no flooring needed, just ready to relax in properties.  Homes that meet this criteria even if priced on the high end of the market are selling

Pleasant Lake Real Estate, Deerfield NH

Open Water Views with Southwest Exposure- Pleasant Lake

In the lakes area we cover  ( Ossipee- Winnipesaukee- Squam – Newfound – Sunapee – Winnisquam – Wentworth – Merrymeeting – Silver – Pleasant )  along with the other 250 smaller lakes and ponds in the area.

The state currently has 760  lakefront homes available. With 587  of those in the greater lakes region available right now ( .5% increase in inventory ).  In the last 30 days 74 lakefront homes have gone under agreement down 18%.   14 homes went under agreement priced $900,000 up, 2 sold over $2 million.  (Sales $900,000 and up are down 41%).   The next largest group of homes that went under agreement are priced $300,000 to $900,000 with 43 homes, ( down 11%) .  Homes that need some TLC are lingering on the market while quality homes with sandy beaches are selling as they are listed.

Popular Lakes by size  ( Ossipee 3000- Winnipesaukee 42,000- Squam 6700 – Newfound 4100– Sunapee 4000 – Winnisquam 4000 – Wentworth 3000  ) homes start in the $650,000 range to well over $10 million for a luxury estate.    ( Merrymeeting – Bow – Silver – Waukewan all 1000 acres – Great East Lake 1700 acres ) These lakes pricing starts are in the $500,000 range for a year round home.

Winnipesaukee: 286 current listings, 39 island properties are now on the market. Homes range from $229,000 for a home with canal access to the lake to a new $12 million listing. 87 homes are priced over $1.5 million. Inventory is up 1.5% Sandy beach homes with sunsets are moving quickly.  Call for details on pricing breakdowns or sales for the towns around the lake

Squam: 18 current listings most are on Little Squam and 2 nice river access homes came available price $300,000 to $420,000. 6 homes are listed over $2 million. Homes on Big Squam sell quickly call to get on our quick new home update list and current sales numbers.

Sunapee: This lake has it all, 47 active listings priced from 2 homes on the main road for $300,000 to 24 listing priced above $1.2 million.  This is still the hottest market in the area right now.  A combination of a spectacular 4000 acre lake and Mount Sunapee Ski Resort minutes apart sitting close to Dartmouth and Concord. Sales are down 50% in the last 30 days.

Ossipee: 39 active properties are listed, $209,000 for a seasonal cottage to 3 homes on exclusive Long Sand Road priced to $997,000. In my opinion Long Sands Road has the finest views in the lakes region.  Sunsets to spectacular mountain views of  Shaw, Whittier, Chocorua, and the magnificent Mount Washington Ossipee in my opinion is the best value in the lakes region. Don’t forget to inquire about Silver Lake in Madison also, this 900 acre gem of a lake has some great homes available.

Newfound and Wentworth:  Listing on these lakes sell quickly, there are only 10 listings available. A Wentworth Listing for $688,000 and a Newfound listing for $1.7 million came on the market and sold immediately. If you are interested in this lake you need to call us now.  Call for availability.

Winnisquam: Commuters from the south love this lake and homes sell quickly on the desirable eastern shoreline.  Pricing is all over the place. Homes south of the bridge run in the $289,000 range to $500,000 and homes north of the bridge the quiet area of this 4000 acre lake range up to $1.4 million. 24 homes are available and 2 sales in the last 30 days, $360,000 to $750,000.

Freddie Mac says Mortgage Rates Will Keep Rising Through End of 2014 and into the spring of 2015

In 2014 we found buyers quality homes on Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam, Sunapee, Ossipee, Merrymeeting, Franklin Pierce, Silver Lake Madison.  Call us we can find a lake home for you!

Other major lakes with inventory include Merrymeeting Lake, Bow Lake and Great East Lake. Visit our websites for a complete breakdown of lakes and homes available. Call for a sales breakdown on your favorite lake at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail

For additional information on lake homes call Four Seasons | Sotheby’s International Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at info@nhlakesrealty.comor visit our website to view lake homes in New Hampshire at www.nhlakesrealty.com or www.lakeorskirealestate.com.

Contact Carl Sack or Paula Hinckley   #nhlakesrealty

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