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Sugar Sand Beach and Sunsets on Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee Home For Sale in Tuftonboro

 

For those who have been searching for a home with true quality, southwest exposure and a large sugar sand beach on Lake Winnipesaukee, then look no further. This reproduction Sturbridge inspired Cape combines old world charm with modern conveniences. Built in 2006 on a private 1.3 acres, the home was sited to blend into the landscape but still enjoy the 152 feet of waterfront. The interior of the home features 3 levels of living easily accessed by an elevator. The main floor is highlighted by a chef's kitchen with custom Crown Point cabinetry, gas cook top, double wall ovens and Vermont soapstone counters. You also have a first floor master suite with a jetted tub and walk in shower. A brick fireplace and bee hive oven are the centerpiece of the main living room. From the dining room room you have French doors that open to a large three season porch with picturesque views of Winnipesaukee and majestic sunsets. Wide plank floors, wrought iron fixtures, vintage lighting add to the authenticity of the design. The home also features radiant heat, whole house audio, home entertainment room and bar.

18 Mason Road is located only 15 minutes to downtown Wolfeboro, 35 minutes to Gunstock Mountain and less than 2 hours from Boston. From the waterfront you can boat to all 8 bordering towns on Lake Winnipesaukee with ease.To reproduce this home at this price point would be impossible even if you could find a lot with a beach this size. Offered at $1,550,000

Please contact Ruth Neidhardt at 603-455-0176 or Brian Neidhardt at Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty to schedule a private showing. To see additional Lake Winnipesaukee homes for sale click here .

18 Mason Road, Tuftonboro listing details  

Winnipesaukee Home with Beach

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18 Mason Road, Tuftonboro NH

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  1. Adrian Kelly on

    Work with Ruth Neidhardt? I don't think so. She's a bitter thorn in the side of the entire real estate community around the lakes.