Fall in New England brings some of the best weather for enjoying the outdoors!
I hope this Winnipesaukee Adventure Video motivates you to enjoy whatever fabulous New Hampshire outdoor activities you like best!
Seize the day!
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Until then, enjoy the 4th of July and this 144 Veasey Shore Road Lake Lifestyle Video.
It easy to dock and easy to travel to destinations such as Center-Harbor, Wolfeboro, Gilford and Meredith. Restaurants such as Canoe, a Restaurant and Tavern, in Center_Harbor offer shuttle service from the town docks. Going to dinner is more fun by boat!
The towns around WInnipesaukee all have a distinctive flavor and easy boat travel to these destinations is an important featured and part of what you are purchasing when you buy a Winnipesaukee property. Your lakeside door and dock should truly be your front door to many summer adventures!!
The dock at 144 Veasey Shore is your front door to Lakes Region NH amenities from Center Harbor to Wolfeboro!
View this 144 Veasey Shore Road Meredith video to get a sense of the peacefulness of this location.
A new 30' permanent dock, patio and 2 decks lakeside share breathtaking views, privacy and provide ample room for large groups. The shoreline, lawn, siting of the home, & lake location are all stellar.
Summer or winter, the views from the sun room are breathtaking.
Nestled in the Environs of Squam Lake, this .72 acre land parcel has west facing mountain views & sunsets.
For 4 season fun, the location has easy access to many activities, including hiking and snowshoeing trails throughout the common acreage and over 1000 acres of rolling conservation land. Access to Big Squam Lake and Little Squam lake through its community social center at lake level, Riveredge Marina offers owners access, to day-docking, boathouses on Squam River, and a valet service with dry berths, and boat slips at an additional cost.
Clubhouse and roof top deck are available meeting places as is the quaint town beach on Little Squam.
The character of this cabana "boathouse" at affiliate River Edge Marina is pervasive throughout the community that has contemporary and Craftsman style homes etched into the landscape as perfectly as a master artist's painting. Squam River Landing offers buyers the ability to custom design and build within the community.
Boating to Big Squam Lake through the channel gives access to the most protected and conserved lake in NH.
With 30+ of the shoreline and watershed in conservation, Squam Lake rand Squam River Landing share a sensibility that becomes more valuable as our lives accelerate and land is harder to find in New Hampshire's Lakes Region.
Below is a view photo from the abutting property at 77 Ridge Road. A similar west facing view from Lot #13 would be possible with some clearing on the west (non-lake facing) side.
Here are some to the destinations you'll want to visit! Here are the distances to these destinations if you were to live and build at Lot #13 Ridge Road:
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Tim Bergquist, an ISA Master Arborist and an ASCA Registered Consulting Arborist is a guest blogger and local expert. His expertise with the Shoreland Protection Act is applied in his business practice. In the below paragraphs, Berquist gives a basic outline of the New Hampshire Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act, commonly referred to as the Shoreland Protection Act.
Berquist has a bachelors in environmental forest biology and over 28 years of experience in all aspects of arboriculture. He enjoys helping to educate those interested in regulations that protect our state's shorelands, one our most fragile and beautiful natural resources.
There were many changes applied over the following 20 years with the most recent changes occurring in 2011.
· Minimizing erosion
· Preventing siltation and turbidity
· Stabilizing soils
· Preventing excess nutrients and chemical pollution
· Maintaining natural water temperatures and a healthy tree canopy and understory
· Preserving fish and wildlife habitat and the overall natural condition of the protected shoreland
It requires that on a given lot that 25% of the area from 50 feet to 150 feet shall be maintained as a natural woodland.
The waterfront buffer is highly restricted; it was put in place to protect the quality of public waters. It does, however, still allow homeowner discretion with regard to the following:
This discretion comes with prohibitions and limitations including:
As measured along the shoreline, the segments are 25’ wide parcels that extend inland to the 50’ setback. They begin at the northerly or easterly boundary.
Each segment requires 25 points of vegetation, this vegetation can consist of tree, sapling, shrub and ground cover, but does not include a mowed lawn.
The points are determined by the diameter of the tree at 4.5 feet or the caliper of a tree measured at the height on nursery standards. A one inch diameter minimum is set for trees, ground cover and shrubs are measured by square feet.
Vegetation shall not be removed from any segment which fails to meet the minimum scoring but owners are encouraged to plant non-invasive vegetation to increase point scores.
This can aid in allowing future removal of vegetation as may become necessary while still meeting the point requirements.
Dead, diseased or unsafe trees or saplings shall not be included in scoring.
They can be removed even if the points fall below the minimum quantity if they pose a hazard to structures or have the potential to cause personal injury. I recommend consulting with a qualified arborist if you have a concern but are unsure how to proceed.
Normal trimming, pruning and thinning of branches necessary to maintain the health of the planted areas as well as to protect structures, maintain clearances and provide views is permitted as long as it does not endanger the health of the plant.
I recommend you include qualified professionals, contractors and consultants in any plan designs that you would like to implement within your shoreland property.
There are many limitations put in place by the shoreland protection act, all of which were put in place to preserve our beautiful shoreland and watershed.
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