Squam Lake is New Hampshire's second largest lake
and offers breathtaking beauty, incredible mountain views and
abundant activities for the homeowner seeking lake and outdoor fun.
Squam is a 7,700 acre lake with 67 islands, 65 miles of shoreline to
explore, and 10 miles of open waterways in which to sail, motor,
paddle or fish. The lake borders the towns of Sandwich, Moultonboro,
Holderness, Center Harbor, and Ashland, all of which have zoning
regulations to protect one of New England's most desirable clear
water lakes. As you sail about the lake you will marvel at its
beautiful wooded shoreline.
The property is 1.7 acres with 300 ft. of lake
frontage with dock, a 1780 sq. ft. home with a perfect view of the
lake from the living room and a separate 1280 sq. ft. apartment
normally rented in the summer for $900/wk. The larger home
three bedroom home with formal living room and dining room rents for
$2,500/wk in the summer months. The movie "On
Golden Pond" was filmed two houses down from the
home. This property is perfect for replacement of the larger home
with the dream home of a lifetime while maintaining the apartment as
a guest home or summer rental.
The 30' x 18' Living Room overlooks Squam Lake and
is accented by an enchanting sunset every evening. There is a
field-stone fireplace ten feet high and seven feet across for cozy
winter evenings with the family and friends. The floors are hardwood
oak while the ceilings are 10ft. high with 2' x 12' beams across the
ceiling and the walls have four built-in bookshelves. In addition,
the front bay windows are thermopane glass, with additional
storm windows which are easily attached. There are a variety
of antique rocking chairs and four separate wooden rocking chairs
and an antique high chair which will remain with the home.
The kitchen has a new tile floor and dishwasher.
There is an antique kitchen table which matches one in the dining
room and living room which will remain. The kitchen too features 10
The dining room contains a large 4'x 9' dining
table and 10 matching chairs plus a lovely hutch both hand built in
the 1920's. These too remain with the home.
The master bedroom has an unusual picture window set
much lower than the other windows, featuring a drop down design
allowing one to hear and see the birds and other animals from the
The back bedroom has two matching spool beds, while
the middle bedroom features two matching mahogany beds all which
remain with the home.
The private beach is a key factor for those with
children. The beach was created by dredging a small inlet in the
shoreline .It is 11 feet across and 15 feet into the lake. The slope
is very gradual so that a child could sit in waist-deep water and
splash to his hearts content without the danger of his falling into
The dock has a permanent mooring device to enable
mooring of boat a safe distance from the dock and shore. There
is also a large raft with a ladder, which is pulled up on the shore
during the winter. There is a two car garage with electric
doors, a large snow blower with separate shed and two original
canvas-covered Old Towne canoes.
Storage space is abundant throughout the home.
The three bedrooms have closets varying in length from 6 feet to 11
feet. Each closet is seven feet tall and has a flat storage
shelf on top. A linen closet contains many shelves for
bedding, laundry and towels, and also houses the washer and electric
dryer which will remain with the home.
The curtains and equipment mentioned remain with the
home. The home features hardwood oak flooring throughout and
10 ft. ceilings throughout as well. The home also has an
artesian well and a back-up generator in addition to its own septic
and leach system
The property also features a lovely apartment 32' x20'.
It has its own deck, with birch trees growing in the middle of it,
and a private path leading down to the lake and a private dock and
mooring. This apartment rents for $900 per week during summer weeks.
Most of the summer renters are returnees year to year and the new
owner will be given the contact list.
This building contains approximately 1380 Sq.
Ft. and is located nearly 50 ft. from the main home. It is
comprised of three separate sections, the apartment, a large study
and a workshop and storage space.
The study is 12' x 20'. It contains a large desk and
a huge amount of shelf space. It contains the washer and dryer which
are used by the guests who rent during the summer.
The workshop with work bench, a work table is 10'
x14' and is joined by wood shed and storage area 10' x 14'
with plenty of wood in it, and also considerable storage room.
north on interstate 93 and get off at exit 23. Turn right on route 104
and head a 4-5 miles to the town of Meredith. Go straight through the
stoplight in Meredith, and go about two miles, to the first road going
off to the right, Route 25B. Follow this road for 2-3 miles till you
see Center Harbor Neck Road going off to the left. It is clearly
marked,. Go straight down this road for about 3 miles ( do not be
deterred by signs saying "Dead End") keep going straight
till you reach number 567, on the left.
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