Information For Sellers

What's Your Dream Winnipesaukee Adventure? Make it Happen in 2019.

Fall in New England brings some of the best weather for enjoying the outdoors!

Setting out for a Winnipesaukee Sunset Cruise in the Mastercraft.

I hope this Winnipesaukee Adventure Video motivates you to enjoy whatever fabulous New Hampshire outdoor activities you like best!

Seize the day!

Setting off for the Tamworth Motorsports Club in a Ford GTE

Are you looking for a golf course? Canoe, boat, or water-ski rentals? 

Canoeing by 144 Veasey Shore Road Meredith NH

Remember the local Meredith, Center-Harbor, and Moultonborough area businesses below these photos!

canoeing by 144 Veasey Shore Road's Winnipesaukee Shoreline in a Winni Lifestyle Video.

Lemongrass Restaurant and Sake Bar  Meredith MarinaShep Brown's Boat Basin, a Goodhue Boat Company,
WaukewanGolfCourse
WildMeadowPaddleSportsCanoeandKayakRentals...

An Introduction to Jen McCall of Harbor One Mortgage

A high level expertise as well as a high level of personal attention to clients are valuable attributes I rely on in my circle of local professionals. As a real estate agent, I rely on people in connected fields to help my clients realize their New Hampshire real estate purchases.

I first worked with Jen McCall over 13 years ago when she ran the marketing for a real estate company where I was a real estate agent.  She has been a reliable source for some of my real estate clients seeking mortgages. Her attention to detail and genuine interest in her client's specific needs and wants help them find mortgages that are most suitable for them.

ABOUT JEN

  1. Experience matters! Jen has 13+ years of experience in the mortgage business.  She has seen countless regulation and guideline changes, and is well-equipped to guide her customers through the process using her experience to anticipate and avoid complications and snags along the way.
  2. There is no “one-size-fits-all” loan. Her absolute favorite part of her job is presenting various loan options to her customers and helping them to decide which is the right fit for them.
  3. Her personal yardstick for success is the satisfaction of her customers.  There’s nothing more satisfying to her than a customer who looks back on the process as quick and easy!
  4. Applying online or via her mobile app is quick and easy. Electronic communication is increasingly more common, and Jen has the tools to make it a snap from start to finish. However, she recognizes that everyone has a preference when it comes to communicating throughout the process, and she will utilize the methods you choose to communicate and keep you informed.
  5. “Bankers hours” are a thing of the past. She makes herself available to her customers both HOW they prefer and when.

When I asked Jen to highlight some points about Harbor One Mortgage she offered the following information.

ABOUT HARBORONE

  1. We are a direct lender with headquarters here in NH, but are owned by HarborOne Bank in MA. We are not a broker – which means we are the originator, underwriter, and lender. No middle man!
  2. We are a customer-first lender with a focus on making the mortgage process easier while delivering outstanding customer service.
  3. We offer loans for every need – from first-time buyers to jumbo loans and everything in between. We even offer portfolio loan options to accommodate certain unique properties or borrower profiles.
  4. We offer free pre-approvals. Especially in a market where inventory is low, and multiple offers are common, having a formal lender approval in-hand can be the difference between yours and a competing offer. Going beyond just a simple pre-qualification before you begin shopping for your next home can allow for a quicker closing, and provides peace of mind for both you and the sellers. There is absolutely no cost or obligation!
  5. Contact us for more information on mortgages or other real estate questions.

Additional Real Estate Related Information Available on my website www.NicoleWatkins.com

Not quite ready to ask specific questions or talk to a mortgage broker?

Are you still trying to get a frame of reference on the Lakes Region Real Estate Market?

An Outline of the New Hampshire Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act, with ISA Master Arborist, Tim Berquist

 

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.

Meredith NH sunrise along Veasey Shore

The shoreland protection act was put in place in 1991 to establish the minimum standards for the use and development of land adjacent to the state’s public water bodies.

There were many changes applied over the following 20 years with the most recent changes occurring in 2011.

  • The shoreland buffer is the 250 feet adjacent to the state’s shoreline of the sea, large ponds, lakes, and large rivers.
  • It is measured from the reference line, a point near the shoreline from which the setback is determined.

The shoreland buffer includes (2) more restricted buffers, the natural woodland and waterfront buffer,

  • The waterfront buffer is the first 50’ along the shore,
  • The woodland buffer extends from the shore to 150’ and includes the waterfront buffer.

The woodland buffers purpose is to protect the quality of public waters by:

·         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

Loon near senter cove

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.

Tuftonboro NH natural shoreline

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:

  • Access
  • Safety
  • View-scape maintenance
  • Lot design

Meredith NH Shoreline with lovely lawn leading to 2 decks and rocky shoreline

This discretion comes with prohibitions and limitations including:

  • The use and application of pesticides and fertilizers within the buffer, the setback can be extended to include the entire shoreland buffer in areas located near the water supply
  • The removal of rocks, stumps, trees and woody vegetation
  • Limitations on the pruning of trees and shrubs
  • The maintenance of the minimum quantity of points required by the act for each shoreline segment

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. 

Wolfeboro NH Shoreline

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.

Meredith NH trees and shoreline

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.

 

cheetah boat ride

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Rocco's Pick of the Week: Tuftonboro NH Open House on Labour Day

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.

 

(Learn more about this listing.)

 

Tuftonboro Nh Waterfront Home

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.

603.707-7575.

Rocoo boating by 58 Eagelmere, is inspired by its beauty.

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.

 

The deck and breakwater at 58 Eagelmere have sunset views shared by the home.

Sunset August 2016 at 58 Eaglmere Road on Winnipesaukee. Listed by Nicole Watkins

Leaving the Turreted boathouse 58 Eagelmere Road in the Whaler August 2016.

Boating at sunset at Tuftonboro's Waterfront 58 Eagelmere has astounding views!Views of the Belknaps and Gunstock leaving 58 Eagelmere Road.
 
Leaving 58 Eaglemere, a Winnipesaukee waterfront home at sunset.Eagelmere's Turreted boathouse and the breakwater at twilight.
 
The twilight brings out the best in this Winnipesaukee Eagelmere property.
Read more about this unique Winnipesaukee property with stunning views and privacy, on earlier blogs on my website: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Just outside Wolfeboro, this is a property that offers the most desired elements of a Winnipesaukee property, including a sought-after location.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Open House at 64 Wagon Wheel Trail Meredith NH March 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th.

 

Twilight at 64 wagon Wheel Trail Includes Delightful Views across the Lake to Meredith Village. Twilight at 64 wagon Wheel Trail Includes
Delightful Views across the Lake to Meredith Village.

 

Sunset Skies, Quick Access to Many of the Best Amenities on Winnipesaukee, and Superior Construction!

Sunset Skies, Quick Access to Many of the Best Amenities on Winnipesaukee, and Superior Construction!

 

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Open House Friday March 4th through Monday March 7th 11-2 at 64 Wagon Wheel Trail Meredith, Contact Nicole Watkins for directions and details. Corporate office 603 253-7766 Direct cell (603) 707-7575

Berkshire Hathaway Verani Realty 60 Whittier Highway, Moultonborough NH 03254

Visit this custom home and see why Drouin Custom Home Builders LLC of Gilford NH are so in demand.

Contact Nicole watkins at 603-707-7575 for directions, details and to request and color brochure of this Meredith Winnipesaukee property.

64 Wagon Wheel Trail Listing Details.

64 Wagon Wheel Trail Video

 

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Meet the Local Businesses in the Lake Winnipesaukee Shored Town of Wolfeboro

Wolfeboro's Origin Dates it as the Oldest Summer Resort in the United States.

Today's Business Owners Help Maintain Wolfeboro's Long-Lived Popularity.

Garwood Wolfeboro NH

Wolfeboro's Main Street is one of the most picturesque streets in New Hampshire's Lakes Region. Many of the local businesses and restaurants enjoy stunning views of Lake Winnipesaukee. Restaurants such as Garwoods and Jo Greens allow diners to enjoy the views and take in the ambiance and historic architecture. (The photo to the right was taken outside of Garwoods in November 2015. It was a surprisingly warm day with 75 degree weather and a calm lakes at Garwoods and all across Winnipesaukee!).

Tucked along Wolfeboro's side streets are many other charming commercial properties, including boutique cafes and specialty shops. Some of the cache of living on roads such as Sewall Road, Forest Road, and Main Street is the proximity to the quaint downtown amenities Wolfeboro offers.

The below interviews serve as an introduction to some of the local business owners in Wolfeboro NH . While they all come from different backgrounds, there is a common thread to their stories - what brought them to New Hampshire's Lakes Region and how their day to day experience has redefined their expectations of life on Lake Winnipesaukee. Learn more about these local owners and their businesses below. When you are are strolling through Wolfeboro, stop by and meet them for yourselves!

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Beveridge Beer and Soap Shop - Lisa Beveridge

51 North Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH

This shop specializes in selling craft beers from the New England area. There is also a small taproom with five to six craft beers on tap and a menu that features PB&J and PB&Fluff. Lisa also makes homemade soap, several of which are made with beer!

How long have you been in business?
Two and a half years

How long have you lived in the Lakes Region?
13 years

Are you originally from here? What brought you the Lakes Region?
It's beautiful. My husband's grandparents lived up here and we wanted to get out of the city. You come to visit a summer home and you kind of get attached.

What was the driving force behind starting your business?
I wanted to do something for myself, have my own shop.

Do you have a business philosophy.
Drink good beer.

What separates you from other similar businesses in the area?
There aren't any similar businesses right now, so I am pretty unique to this area.

What would you like potential customers to know? Anything new for the future?
There are always new things going on, new events. Winter and Summer beer fest are happening. New beers are coming in every week. Our soap line is expanding.

What do you like to do in your time off?
Work (laughs). I don't have a lot of time off.

What are the top three reasons why people should visit the Lakes Region?

  1. Peace and quiet
  2. Really nice small businesses, especially in Wolfeboro. Cool businesses throughout the Lakes Region, great restaurants, and new shops are opening up.
  3. Come see me!

Find out more about Beveridge Craft Beer and Soap Co.

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Sabol's Art Studio - Gregory W. Sabol, Owner and Artist

76 North Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH

How long have you been in business?
We have been here for six months. We bought the old building, tore it down and built this one.

Where do you live in the Lakes Region?
We live in Effingham on Province Lake.

What drew you to the Lakes Region if you weren't originally from here?
I'm from the area.

What was the driving force behind starting your business?
I had studied art at the University of New Hampshire and sat in on classes at the Art Institute on Commonwealth Ave in Boston, where my brother was studying. I had owned my own businesses for thirty years and then my wife, Alice, (of seven years now) saw my art and encouraged me to get back into it. I am glad she did. We sold the business and built the studio.

What would you like potential customers to know?
My art is here to enjoy. Each one tells a story, but it is here for everyone to enjoy.

What do you like to do in your time off?
My wife and I enjoy history and traveling. We have done mission work in Honduras and Haiti. I have traveled to Russia and Israel. I belong to the Rotary and we believe in giving back.

What are your top reasons why someone should vacation in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire?

  1. It is a bubbly place. You can meet people from all walks of life. I have met people from Russia, England, and more. You can sit outside at a coffee shop and talk to great people.
  2. The art community here is expanding; more art studios are opening in Wolfeboro; more art events like Art Walk and Paint Wolfeboro are happening than ever before.
  3. The lakes and you are close to the mountain and to the ocean.

Find out more about Gregory Sabol and Sabol's Art Studio.

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From Scratch Bakery - Katie Johnson, Owner

36 Center Street, Wolfeboro Falls, NH

From Scratch Bakery is a small town bakery run by Local, Katie Johnson, who uses high quality and fresh ingredients. This bakery offers employment to folks with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Her sister, Kristen, who has Down Syndrome, works at the bakery.

How long have you been in business?
We opened on June 1, 2015.

How long have you lived in the Lakes Region?
All my life! I grew up in Wolfeboro and graduated from Kingwood. I did go away for awhile (chuckles), but I came back. (Katie attended the University of Rhode Island and received a BS in elementary education. She later attended Johnson and Wales for baking and pastries.)

What is the driving force behind starting your business?
The bakery allows me to combine my creativity along with my love of helping people. People with disabilities may face a unique set of challenges, but they also have incredible talents and skills to offer. There aren't a lot of employment opportunities for them in the community.

What is your business philosophy?
A workplace where employees can use their individual strengths, get help when they need it and don't have keep to a breakneck pace. A worker of any ability level would like that.

What would you like potential customers to know? Is there going to be a new product for your business in 2016?
Wedding cakes! We do wedding cakes.

What do you like to do in your time off?
(laughs) I have no free time. I am heading up to Kingswood today for career day. There is always something to do.

Top three reason to vacation in the Lakes Region?

  1. It is beautiful and a great place to be outside
  2. The people are friendly
  3. The skiing

Learn more about Katie and From Scratch Baking Co.

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Country Bookseller - Karen Baker, Owner

23 North Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH

How long have you been in business?
It will be 22 years on July 1st.

How long have you lived in the Lakes Region?
22 years; I moved here to open the shop.

What drew you to the Lakes Region, if you weren't originally from here?
I wanted to open a book store, so I crisscrossed the state looking for a small community that could support a bookstore. I fell in love with Wolfeboro. I am originally from Upstate New York but spent time in California and was living in Connecticut when I decided to open the business!

What was the driving force behind starting your business?
I was an English major working in the corporate world and I was not happy. I went to a seminar and they asked us to write what would be on your tombstone and I thought only, here lies Karen. Then they asked what we wanted to be written and I knew I wanted more. A friend gave me the book, Do What You Love and The Money Will Follow, so that's when I decided to open my own business.

What is your business philosophy?
Books are like food for the brain. If you help someone learn to enjoy reading, you give them the world.

What would you like potential customers to know?
We are here seven days a week and we serve locally roasted coffee and locally baked pastries. We are always willing to do special orders.

What do you like to do in your time off?
I love to read and spend time with friends. I love going out to eat and, of course, I love to read.

Top reasons why someone should vacation in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire?

  1. A great bookstore
  2. Fresh air and fabulous outside activities.Friendly people. It's a throwback in time, to a gentler, slower paced lifestyle.

Find out more about The Country Bookseller.

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There are currently 126 properties, including residential homes, mobile homes, and condo listings in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. The average listing price is $913,648. The median listing price is $378,500.

Interested in living in Wolfeboro? Feel free to search Wolfeboro waterfront homes, Wolfeboro single family homes, and land for sale in Wolfeboro.

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Market Activity on Winnipesaukee Heats up as July 4th 2015 Approaches.

Many Winnipesaukee listings are seeing an increase in activity in the past week.

Some highly desirable Winnipesaukee properties went under contract in June, such as 131 Windermere, pictured in the below flyer.

131Windermere Road Moultonborough

Please see the new video of 131 Windermere Road in the below link:

131 Windermere New Video.

The Core Team of Winnipesaukee Experts from Lakes Region Realty Group is Still Here

How Can Buyers Find a Real Estate Agent in the Deluge of Agents on the Internet?

 

I've had potential buyers, who are new to the Lakes Region tell me that it is hard to know how to pick an agent because "there a zillion real estate agents to chose from."  Unfortunately, any agent can chose to call  him or herself a Winnipesaukee waterfront expert, or a specialist in new construction, luxury homes, or any other sort of home for that matter.  Given this reality of the internet age,  it is difficult to sort through pages of information posted on the internet to find the agent that best suits you.

Are looking for the Winnipesaukee insiders?

Are you looking for real estate agents who have been selling primarily Winnipesaukee homes for a decade or more?

Even at our own firm, since the merger, people looking to find the Lakes Region Realty Group agents with whom they worked, now need to look for us under our new sign at the Berkshire Hathaway Verani Realty Moultonborough Office.
Conveniently, we remain in our 2 Lakes Region locations, including the main office, 60 Whittier Highway (Route 25), Moultonborough, NH Unit #3.  If it is more convenient to make an appointment in Meredith, NH, call to make an appointment at  our 290 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith office.  For your convenience whether traveling by car or boat, we are directly across from the Meredith Town Docks.

We Can Discuss with you Your Lake Region Real Estate Needs & Match you with a Real Estate Specialist.

 

Our core team of agents, who have been experts and the ultimate insiders for Winnipesaukee waterfront real estate for decades continue to grow as a team.  Our ability to communicate with each other and share valuable information that benefits our clients and customers is invaluable.
Even during our "down time" we are discussing real estate.  We discuss what the ideal property would be for our buyer customers and clients.  Often these "relaxed" conversations lead to insights and pathways that lead our customers to homes that they love.  These conversations help to sell our seller clients' homes.
Without the sort of entrainment*, real estate knowledge, ability to listen to one another, compassion, and hard-earned mutual respect, we would just be a group of individuals who call ourselves real estate agents. We have been selling many properties this year in Alton, Wolfeboro, Gilford, Meredith NH and other towns as well as in the town of Moultonborough.  Finding you the home or Lakes Region property that best suits you is our mission.
Our team can advise you, whether you are looking for camps and lakefront cottages, or luxury homes for sale.  If you seek view properties or residential homes for sale in the Lakes Region its environs, we can help you by matching you with an individual or team well suited to your real estate needs.
If you want to work with an agent who has sold extensively  in a particular community such as Windward Harbor or Suissevale, we are happy to provide you with his or her extensive real estate resumes upon request.

Sale and Merger offers Network for Referrals.

At our firm, since the sale and merger, there are hundreds of agents who are part of our new firm, extending through Andover Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Lakes Region.
We have the benefit of that new extensive referral network.  but our agents who have been selling primarily Winnipesaukee homes for decades are still here at our Moultonborough NH office.
Our broker/sales manager and former sales manager are also both still here. They have provided a wealth of information to our office for decades.  Their combined knowledge and experience with developing subdivisions and building Winnipesaukee waterfront luxury homes as well as decades of transacting real estate is a resource we are able to connect with throughout the day in our office.  They and our agents have also compiled a library of language  for use in complex transactions. Our network of experts who can help you with surveys, engineering, home inspections, and other due diligence, work well together after years of experience working on Winnipesaukee waterfront transactions.
Call to ask questions about market activity in the niche of the market that interests you.  We're always happy to help.
New branding.  Same Core Team. Look for our sign at 60 Whittier Highway Moultonborough, NH.  Please call Nicole to make an appointment.
You're invited to view our firm's listings.
(*entrainment: as in to connect with each other in a heightened way that improves performance and function).

Once-in-a-Lifetime Property with 20 Plus Acres and 740 feet of Winnipesaukee Waterfront along Norway Point.

 

Winnipesaukee's Norway point is distinctive in all aspects. White sand shoreline, spectacular views, wide and long....hinting at the breadth of Winnipesaukee herself, while offering protection within the long arms of the cove.

Winnipesaukee's Norway point is distinctive in all aspects. White sand shoreline, spectacular views, wide and long....hinting at the breadth of Winnipesaukee herself, while offering protection within the long arms of the cove.

 

Introducing 27  Norway Point, Moultonborough NH

Moultonborough NH - This unprecedented Moultonborough Winnipesaukee offering has 2o plus acres and 740 feet of supremely private waterfront.The waterfront parcel has 12.229 acres and 740 feet of waterfront.  No other homes can be seen from the existing cottage at 27 Norway Point or the natural sandy beach. Forested shoreline along both sides of the cove is a restful vision for all those who dwell or visit this protected Winnipesaukee property.

Rarely Are Views So All Encompassing Yet Seen from Such Protected Shoreline.

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Expansive lake views extend across the Winnipesaukee's Gold Coast and across the entire lake.   Lake and mountain views from this property include  Long Island, Rattlesnake Island, Gunstock Mountain and the Belknaps. A natural sugar sand beach graces the shoreline at this 27 Norway Point estate parcel. Exceptional privacy is yours, yet the location is  within a 10-15 minute car ride to Center Harbor NH gyms, restaurants, shops, and other amenities.

This NH waterfront estate parcel has just been subdivided from a larger 40 acre waterfront parcel.  Limitations on further development of properties subdivided from the Norway Point Trust subdivision will keep this entire area private and serene. Those searching for one-of-a-kind properties should make an appointment to see this Winnipesaukee estate property this August 2014.

Natural Sandy Beach, Southwest Exposure.  Located Near Similarly Sized, Pristine Parcels.

Sited near your natural sandy beach, the existing cottage has sought-after Southwest exposure. Crystal clear, sandy bottom water fills this cove and extends along the point.

This NH estate offering includes 6 (six) lots of record.  Five (5 ) land parcels are not on the water, but are within a short walking distance of the prime Winnipesaukee waterfront.

This exceptional property in its entirety might be suitable for those who want a family compound for generations.   While only one home can be built directly on the waterfront, the extensive waterfront with magnificent views  and rare, sandy bottom cove, would be ideal for a family to enjoy time together while enjoying the best nature has to offer.

If you are looking for privacy, the quiet of a protected, very low boat-traffic area, and waterfront that glitters with beauty, look no further than Norway Point. Whether you seek to keep the rustic cottage or build a luxury home, this waterfront land parcel offers all the elements for enjoying the best Lake Winnipesaukee has to offer you.

Visit the 27 Norway Point Listing details page for more information.

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Search by NH Lakes Region town or lake.

or search MLS.

Contact Nicole Watkins, Exclusive Listing Agent for details or to make an appointment to tour this newly listed New Hampshire home. (603) 707-7575.

New Aerial Video of 128 Veasey Shore Road, Meredith NH

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Check out the new aerial video of this Winnipesaukee Meredith waterfront home:

128 Veasey Shore Meredith Aerial Video.

Other new photos of this custom Cargill Construction home this July 2014 include the photos on the  below links.

(Exterior photos, including photos of the 90 ft. permanent dock with the 20' x 30' patio at the end, are on one link, while primarily interior photos are on the next link).

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