The Lakes Region, New Hampshire, Vacation Homes for Sale at Three Price Points
What You Get for $750,000
Built into a hillside, this enormous Mark Island property—just under 7 acres—is practically its own mini village, with an outdoor kitchen, sandy beach, and covered dock to go with the Adirondack-style lake house. And forget about stashing your in-laws in the spare bedroom: Here, they’ll have their own guest quarters.
Address: 16 Mark Island, Gilford
Stats: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,186 square feet, 6.99 acres
Listing Price: $749,900
Listing Agent: Ellen Mulligan, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 603-253-4345, ellenmulligan.com.
What You Get for $1 Million
Here on Lake Winnipesaukee, you can live in a modern home as winsomely rustic as the town it sits in. With its own dock and nearly 100 feet of shore access, this custom post-and-beam property boasts large windows overlooking a Brazilian hardwood deck, with a skylight that will make being inside feel like a walk in the woods.
Address: 46 Toltec Point Rd., Moultonborough
Stats: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,165 square feet, 0.44 acres
Listing Price: $975,000
Listing Agents: Joe Sullo, Roche Realty Group, 603-279-7046, rocherealty.com.
What You Get for $3 Million
Like the prow of a ship jutting out to sea, this Georgian home is angled on 3 lakeside acres. From the inside of the house you can spot boaters zipping through the Broads, and with 200 feet of frontage, it’s a clear shot across New Hampshire’s largest lake to the Ossipee mountain range.
Address: 144 Veasey Shore Rd., Meredith
Stats: 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 7,236 square feet, 3.09 acres
Listing Price: $2,945,000
Listing Agents: Roy Sanborn, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, 603-455-0335, fourseasonssir.com.
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