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Want to live in the "Oldest Summer Resort in America", enjoy breath taking views encompassing 110 ft of pristine Lake Winnipesaukee frontage. Custom built home has warm & inviting architectural elements to create a harmonious blend of modern design & nature. WF features a Breakwater & 50' dock w/cantilevered deck, perch beach w/3 stone steps into water, stone patio for entertaining and fantastic views. Main living area is walkout to patio & lake, beautifully sunny and open with soaring ceilings tons of glass facing the water and views from almost every room. Spend time on the screened porch or in front of the gas fireplace, there is a first floor laundry and office. Lots of extras like central vac, alarm, automatic generator, an additional 1000 sf 2-story detached garage is located on the entrance drive for storage space & covered parking for watercraft/cars & a bonus storage shed; would make a perfect playhouse for the kids. Set up over the attached garage is a workshop with private stairway. The lot is level with lovely landscaping and a nice amount of privacy. A legacy home in a premier and highly desirable location in the very private enclave of Parker Island Road.

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Listed by Ellen Mulligan of Coldwell Banker RB/Center Harbor
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