A private Wolfeboro Manor on 7 acres has 600 feet of coveted Winnipesaukee waterfront. It is a masterpiece of architectural design. You will be impressed with the warmth of wood, the arches, the curves, the stairways and the amazing walls of glass that draw you to the beauty of the water. The Great Room with hand masoned, soaring fireplace and wood elevator includes a professionally outfitted kitc ...Read More About This Wolfeboro NH Listing!
MLS # 4485453 03249 Real Estate
Gilford NH $10,000,000.00
A remarkable home on a sensational lot with sandy beach and an enormous, covered dock for three boats. Enjoy picturesque sunsets and added outdoor living space from the sweeping, enclosed, stone patio with fireplace. This home was architecturally designed and custom built with unmatched detail and quality. Sophisticated, state of the art systems are easily monitored and controlled by your personal ...Read More About This Gilford NH Listing!
With sensational lot and dramatic, long views this estate home was designed and constructed with remarkable quality and flair. Six bedroom suites include a fabulous children's wing. The library is impressive. Four fireplaces, a heated driveway, conservatory, hobby room, spa, home theater and a computerized golf room are amenities that complete a luxurious life style. Landscaping is lush with a put ...Read More About This Gilford NH Listing!
A Family Compound that surpasses excellence. Experience wonderful sunrises, sun-filled days and the ever-changing, magnificent sunsets at this estate that is on a rare, beautiful point of land. Built in 2007 this four bedroom main home has over 5400Sf of outstanding living space plus a four bedroom guest home with over 3400sf of fabulous living space. Outstanding docking, sandy beach, incredible v ...Read More About This Gilford NH Listing!
MLS # 4659896 03249 Real Estate
Gilford NH $4,895,000.00
This fabulous home is on a rare, level lot with an amazing beach and fabulous mountain views. Beautifully landscaped with sweeping patios and lush lawns this 1.2 acre lot has over 210 feet of prime Winnipesaukee waterfront. Step into this gracious, beautifully appointed custom home you will see quality detail rarely found. The open concept floor plan with soaring ceilings and a beautiful fieldst ...Read More About This Gilford NH Listing!
This landmark home on Governors Island is truly one of a kind. Built with care and precision, this Queen Ann Victorian style home will impress the most discerning buyer. The design, the attention to detail, the care with which it has been maintainedcoffered ceilings, walls of cherry, raised panels, hardwood flooringall are simply beautiful! The floor plan was designed for easy living. A spacious m ...Read More About This Gilford NH Listing!
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Community Info & Area Information About Winnipesaukee Lake:
Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in New Hampshire. It is approximately 21 miles (34 km) long (northwest-southeast) and from one to nine miles (1.6 to 15 km) wide (northeast-southwest), covering 69 square miles (180 km²) (71 square miles when Paugus Bay is included), with a maximum depth of 212 feet (64.6 meters).
The lake contains at least 253 islands, half of which are less than a quarter-acre in size (list of islands) and is indented by several peninsulas, yielding a total shoreline of some 288 miles. The driving distance around the lake is 63 miles. It is 504 feet (153 m) above sea level. Winnipesaukee is the third-largest lake in New England after Lake Champlain and Moosehead Lake.
Outflow is regulated by the Lakeport Dam (in Lakeport, New Hampshire) on the Winnipesaukee River.
Lake Winnipesaukee has been a tourist destination for more than a century, especially for residents escaping the summer heat of Boston and New York City. The Native American name Winnipesaukee means either "smile of the Great Spirit" or "beautiful water in a high place". At the outlet of the Winnipesaukee River, the Winnipesaukee Indians, a subtribe of the Pennacook, lived and fished at a village called Acquadocton. The site is today called The Weirs, named for the weirs colonists discovered when first exploring the region.
Winnipesaukee is a glacial lake and an unusual one at that, since the last glaciation actually reversed the flow of its waters. Draining the central portion of New Hampshire, it once flowed southeast, leaving via what is now Alton Bay toward the Atlantic Ocean. When glacial debris blocked this path, flow was redirected westward through Paugus Bay into the Winnipesaukee River. The latter flows west from the lake and joins the Pemigewasset River in Franklin to form the Merrimack River, which flows south to Massachusetts and into the Atlantic.
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