144 Veasey Shore Road, Meredith, New Hampshire
A 7200 Square Foot, 5 Bedroom Home along the Breathtaking Veasey Shoreline.
Call Nicole Watkins, Exclusive Lisiing Agent at 603.707.7575 for more details.
PRICED WELL BELOW TOWN ASSESSMENT. The panorama from this 3+ acre lot at the end of Veasey Shore Road encompasses Center Harbor Bay, the Ossipees, Mount Chocorua and "the Broads" stretching toward Wolfeboro.
A paved, curving driveway on the roadside approach creates a setting that has exceptional allure. Garage parking for 6+ cars makes this property a premier property for car lovers.
If you are a boater, this location is a dream. A new 30' permanent dock, patio and 2 decks lakeside share breathtaking views, privacy and provide ample room for large groups lakeside. The lake location is close to downtown Center Harbor and central to Lakes Region amenities by boat.
The shoreline is punctuated with luxury estate-size properties and the crystal clear, quiet water is ideal for swimming and kayaking with the expanse of crystal clear Winnipesaukee before you.
The long lake and mountain views of 144 Veasey Shore Road, Meredith NH belie the fact that you are protect from heavy winds by the exposure and the location far from the main throughway of the lake. This 144 Veasey Shore Road video shows the beauty and tranquility of this location.
The shoreline, lawn, siting of the home, & lake location are all stellar. As for the interior, the open concept kitchen/family room has entrances to 5 rooms creating a beautiful flow.
The sitting room/bar has 12 windows and French doors that open to the sun room. This 23 x 15 ft. sun room is ideal for relaxing bathed in sunlight reflected from the lake.
The 16 x 27 ft. formal dining room has French doors and is perfect for elegant, quiet evenings. The library is on one side of the curving stair case and with warm, custom designed character. The hallway to the mud room and 34 x 35 ft. spacious garage is also accessed from the hall to the kitchen. Ceilings in the home are 10-16 feet high. Upstairs are bedrooms, family, and game rooms.
The location is 5 minutes to Center Harbor by car and 10-15 minutes to Meredith NH. These 2 Winnipesaukee-shored towns offer many of the New Hampshire Lakes Region's most popular amenities. 144 Veasey Shore Road is also within 30 minutes to Gunstock Ski Resort and the Laconia Country Club. Several golf courses are within a 30 minute car ride as well.
Nearby conservation land protecting the privacy and value of this property make it ideal for 4 season living and recreation.
Call Nicole Watkins, Exclusive Lisiing Agent at 603.707.7575 for more details on this listing.
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46 Terrace HIll Road Gilford, NH
FOUR SEASON RECREATION
LOCATION ON LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE
WITHIN AN HOUR TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SEACOAST
The Terrace Hill, Gilford location is within 15 minutes to Gunstock Ski Resort. Not only is Gunstock the largest County owned ski resort in the United States, Gunstock Mountain also has the longest zip line in the United States.
During the winter, night skiing with the mountain bathed in a green light and pristine snow, is a beautiful sight to behold. Cafes open in the evening and horse drawn carriage rides all contribute to make Gunstock a picturesque and appealing winter experience. Whether you are there for day or evening skiing, snowboarding, tubing or merely viewing the mountain from across Lake Winnipesaukee, it is one of the draws of the New Hampshire Lakes Region.
The Gunstock Ski Club is a popular way for young children to learn to ski with their peers, within the view of their parents at this friendly resort with sunny southern exposure.
Gunstock resort offers a variety of slopes and skiing lessons for beginners to experts. Segway tours, cross-country ski trails, a pond for skating, fireworks on New Year’s Eve and events throughout the year are all part of the what has made Gunstock a spot where generations of skiers, vacationers, and year round residents have made some of their most indelible memories.
Another mountain within minutes of 46 Terrace Hill Gilford with stunning views of Lake Winnipesaukee, Mount Major offers hiking trails that are particularly popular in summer months.
Timberman Triathlon Festival and Timber Fest is a popular Gilford and Alton, New Hampshire summer event for competitors and, for the slightly less motivated… there's the TimberFest at Gunstock with live music, sports and fitness expo
For a fun family-night out on the town the Winnipesaukee Playhouse community theater features a 194 seat Mainstage theatre in Meredith, New Hampshire and has an amazing line up of shows in 2017. Their shows include Rocky Horror Picture Show, Snow White, and others, such Hound of the Baskervilles. The theater has won many awards and is very active in the community offering events and classes for all ages.
For active adults, the Gilford Hills Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the state of New Hampshire. The club offers many different services including indoor tennis, personal training, dance classes, and a kids’ club with full staff to watch and entertain children while members are working out or playing tennis.
For golfers, the Laconia Country Club is one of the most popular clubs in the Lakes Region. It is only private country club on the west of Lake Winnipesaukee and is a favorite of celebrities and golfers. Conveniently located near Meredith, Gilford, and Laconia, it is a popular spot to host celebrations. Weddings, and company and charity parties are often held here.
There are great local restaurants including The Lyons Den, located at 25 Dock Road, Gilford, New Hampshire. This cozy restaurant serves traditional Americana cuisine and is located on Lake Winnipesaukee, providing beautiful views for patrons. For a rustic restaurant complete with fireplace, wood construction, and friendly staff, try Ellacoya Bar and Grill, located at 2667 Lake Shore Rd, Gilford, New Hampshire. The Lake Opechee Inn has rooms that are pet-friendly for visitors and O’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant at the Lake Opechee Inn offers lake views of Opechee, including sunsets. The dining fare at “O’s” is some of the best in the Lakes Region.
In Gilford New Hampshire, the location for 46 Terrace Hill Road, you will find opportunity and space for relaxation, a vibrant community, and social clubs. The lakes and mountains and the location near the highway for easy access to Boston, are reasons why Gilford is one of the most popular towns on lake Winnipesaukee.
Call Nicole Watkins at 603-707-7575 to tour 46 Terrace Hill Road, Gilford today.
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Looking for a Quiet Bay on Winnipesaukee with Long Lake and Mountain Views?
You're invited to an Open House Sunday, May 28, 2017 12pm-2pm!
This 5 ensuite bedroom/office home has stunning views from the moment you walk through the door.
Call Nicole Watkins at 603.707.7575 with questions.
Would you like to enjoy a few acres of lawn between your home and your own private lakefront?
This 50+/- acre property on pristine Province Lake offers that and much more.
Stop by the Open House:
11:30-2:00 to view, 121 Bonnyman Road, a unique waterfront property. Completely renovated antique home, carriage house, barn, large sandy beach and 400 feet of lakefront and your own pond.
This property has great potential for equestrians and those seeking a retreat.
The Lakes Region is home to beautiful country clubs and golf courses. Enjoyed by residents and seasonal visitors, these courses are known for having stunning lake views and mountain backdrops. During the spring, summer, and fall, spend the day on the links and take advantage of some of the best golfing in New England. The ever-shifting New England fall colors are at their best in October. With weather fluctuating between 60's and 70's going into late October 2016, it is still prime golfing season.
Just as all the towns in the Lakes Region have their own personalities, so do the golf courses. Waukewan Golf Club in in Center Harbor has one of the most picturesque golf courses and is just 5 minutes from downtown Meredith, NH.
You can enjoy a wide range of courses in the Lakes Region and its environs. Whether you are an experienced player or a first-time golfer, the Lakes Region offers a variety of golf courses that allows you to take on the challenge of this premier sport. There is also a great balance of private and public courses. Lakes Region golf courses include:
- White Mountain Country Club, Ashland
- Lake View Golf Course, Belmont
- Waukewan Golf Club, Center Harbor
- Indian Mound Golf Club, Center Ossify
- Ragged Mountain Resort, Danbury
- Bolduc Park Par Three Golf Course, Gilford
- Pheasant Ridge Golf Club, Gilford
- Highland Links Colony Golf Course, Holderness
- Jade Trace Golf Course, Laconia
- Laconia Country Club, Laconia
- Oak Hills Golf Course, Meredith
- Bald Peak Colony Club, Moultonborough/Tuftonboro
- Ridgewood Country Club, Moultonborough
- Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club, New Durham
- Province Lake Golf Club, South Effingham
- Lochmere Golf & Country Club, Tilton
- Kingswood Golf Club, Wolfeboro
Homes near or in a golf community are prime real estate in the Lakes Region. The convenience of a short walk or drive to the course is perfect for a golf enthusiast.
Don't miss the chance to view this beautiful waterfront home on Lake Winnipesaukee, just reduced to $2.4 million.
October 14th, 3:00 - 5:00 PM.
58 Eaglemere Road
Ask about floor plans for new construction on this property. Contact Nicole Watkins for details.
An inviting neighborhood for wildlife and a protected bay with long views are some of the features home owners in the Windermere Association enjoy. The Bald Eagle pictured here prefers the quiet and wooded areas around the Windermere Association.
While Eagles and Loons provide some of the most beautiful sites and sounds on Lake Winnipesaukee, the Loon Preservation Committee needs support to help keep Lake Winnipesaukee a home for these rare birds.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Fact Sheets have information on how to help keep Winnipesaukee clean.
If boating regulations, including speed limits are followed, this will go a long way to help keep wildlife safe on Winnipesaukee.
Common courtesy for other boaters and and respect for the lake is critical in the long term survival of the lake. With extraordinary warm weather and low gas prices the lake has been more inviting to boaters this summer. By educating ourselves on practices to keep the lake clean, we can keep the lake beautiful for future generations.
In an election year, why not ask your candidates what they intend to do to help keep NH's lakes clean?
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and the New Hampshire Lakes Management and Protection Program need very strong support from the legislature to do their job well and to keep our New Hampshire lakes and ponds healthy.
Water conservation is a related issue that is especially important in drought years, such as 2016. Water Conservation Practice Fact Sheets can be found on the NH DES website regarding water conservation. The Fact Sheets WD-DWGB-26-18 - WD-DWGB-26-23 are especially helpful for homeowners. Arsenic and bacteria levels can change in years that parts of drinking wells that are usually submerged become dry. Ask your water or well company for information on water testing.
Rocco and his Best Friend Make 58 Eaglemere Road, a Winnipesaukee Waterfront Home in Tuftonboro,
Their Winnipesaukee Pick of the Week!
Visit Labour Day Weekend Open Houses
September 3rd and September 4th 10 AM - 12 PM
at 58 Eaglemere Road, Tuftonboro, NH.
Gunnison's prairie dogs of the U.S. and Mexico are said to have their own sophisticated language including adjectives, nouns, verbs, and all the nuances of lanugage. This is according to Dr. Slobodchikoff's videotaped studies as written in Temple Grandin's book, "Animals in Translation". It is surmised that the prairie dogs' language grew as a survival mechanism from many years of being prey.
Winnipesaukee dogs are considerably more coddled. My dog, Rocco gets the cutest toys from WinniPaws boutique pet store in Wolfeboro, and need not worry about procuring his next meal, much less being someone's next meal. The concept of being prey is foreign to him. The concept of a boat ride to a beautiful property is his pinnacle of excitement.
Boating by by beautiful 58 Eaglemere Road is especially picturesque at sunset and, as pictured below, at Twilight, coincidentally referred to as the hour between wolf and dog.
Labour Day Weekend Open Houses at 58 Eaglemere Road in Tuftonboro NH are being held Saturday September 3rd and September 4th 10 AM-12PM
Contact Nicole Watkins with questions.
While Rocco is clearly at his most philosophical and erudite self while boating by Winnipesaukee's 58 Eaglemere Road, we can not guarantee that all human beings will have such exceptional intuition and perception. If they are similarly inspired to be their best at this exceptional Winnipesaukee home, Rocco and I will attribute that to great taste!
Ask Nicole about a luxury home design for 58 Eagelmere Road with a turreted home to match the turret of its distinctive boathouse.