New Hampshire real estate runs the gamut—from the mountains, to the country, to the sea. It’s quite an eclectic mix. If you’re thinking about buying your dream house, New Hampshire likely has it. Here are 10 lavish homes found in the Granite State.
For lakefront living, you’ll love the home on Springfield Point Road in Wolfeboro. With an asking price of $11.9 million your monthly mortgage will be approximately $46,421. For that price, you’ll be the proud owner of an eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom home that was built in 2006. The home boasts more than 17,000 square-feet of living space, two elevators and a guest wing. The best feature, however, is the more than 600 feet along beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. That simply can’t be beat.
Also on Lake Winnipesaukee, the home at Broadview Terrace in Gilford is prime real estate. With 270 feet of waterfront acreage, this home has six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. It boasts 11,464 square-feet of living space. Built in 2005, the acreage includes a sandy beach and waterside decking. The mortgage on this property will run you about $20,675 per month. The asking price is $5.3 million.
We’re back in Wolfeboro for the property at Parker Island Road. This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home sits on 242 feet of waterfront acreage—also on Lake Winnipesaukee. Built in 1986, the home features 3.37 acres of land and has a dock and a beach. This gem will run about $19,407 per month.
Back in Gilford at Shore Road, you’ll find four bedrooms and six bathrooms, as well as 210 feet of Lake Winnipesaukee waterfront. Are you sensing a theme here? Built in 2006, this beauty sits on a 1.2-acre lot and includes hardwood floors and even some glass walls. With an asking price of $4.895, your estimated monthly mortgage will cost $19,095.
For a change of pace, we now have a home in Meredith, but rest assured it, too, is on Lake Winnipesaukee. Located on Little Road, it features six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and comes with an asking price of $4.7 million. Featuring 260 feet of waterfront acreage, the home includes a boat launch and stunning views of the Sandwich mountain range. For just $18,334 per month, this home can be yours.
Once again in Gilford, at Edgewater Drive, you can have a stunning waterfront home built in 2006 for only $4.295 million. Featuring five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, the 300 feet of waterfront acreage and the covered boat launch are the icing on the cake. The pristine landscaping and multiple decks make this house the perfect home, at a rate of $17,145 per month.
Let’s switch things up a bit and go to Alton where the home at Hopewell Road can be yours for $3.795 million. Don’t worry—it’s on Lake Winnipesaukee and features 297 feet of lake frontage. In addition, this home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms and has been completely renovated. A boat slip/dock that fits three boats makes this home a dream come true. It will cost you approximately $14,804 to live here.
The property at Mallard Way in Moultonborough faces Lake Winnipesaukee but doesn’t have any actual waterfront footage. What it does have are six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a fireplace-d master suite, three-car garage and an oversized pool area. With an asking price of $2.845 million, you can own this home for $11,098 per month.
Sporting stunning views of the Ossipee Mountains, the home at 280 Woodlands Road on Alton Bay sits on the waterfront on 2.9 acres of land. A covered dock provides direct access to the crystal-clear waters on Alton Bay. Featuring three bedrooms and five bathrooms, this home was built in 2002. Exposed beams, natural wood and stonework and antique oak floors are part of what makes it special. With an asking price of $2.499 million, your monthly mortgage will be approximately $9,748.
The home at Chapel Road in North Hampton takes those perusing away from the Lakes Region and closer to the seacoast. With an asking price of $2.45 million, this home on 10 acres of land features four bedrooms and six bathrooms. A private pool and hot tub, along with tennis court, make this a real delight. Add to that a finished second floor above the second two-car garage for even more living space. Within walking distance to the Atlantic Ocean, this is a spectacular place to live.