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Nestled on a quiet country road along the eastern shore of pristine Bow Lake stands an adorable 1925 cottage. A stone's throw from the water's edge, this two-bedroom seasonal home offers a comfortable, summer escape from the chaos of daily life. Here you can watch sunsets over Parker Mountain as you unwind on the dock. Enjoy evening cruises along the shoreline in your 2015 Sun Tracker pontoon boat, or take the family tubing on the 17-foot Glastron ski boat, both of which are included with the property. Looking for something a little more tranquil? The property also comes with kayaks so you can enjoy quiet paddles at twilight, serenaded by the local loons. Start each day with a cup of coffee on the enclosed porch while you search for the resident, bald eagle family on their morning hunt. You'll welcome a seasonal chill as an excuse to light the original fieldstone fireplace, which begs to continue the traditions of family games, indoor s'mores and snuggling under blankets. The 150 feet of shoreline is paired with an adjacent wooded lot which offers a rare level of privacy on one of New Hampshire's most popular and yet pristine lakes. Bow Lake remains one of the cleanest lakes in the state, and is regularly sought by astute buyers for its water quality.

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Listed by Heather Heigis of Tate & Foss Sotheby's International Rlty
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