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The Winni Waterfront Report – November 2019

The Winni Waterfront Report – November 2019

There were nine waterfront sales on Winnipesaukee in November 2019. The average sales price was $1,323,888 and the median price point came in at $1,050,000.

Winni Waterfront ReportThe entry level sale for the month was at 16 Pleasure Lane in the Balmoral community in Moultonborough. The property is located on Middle Brook which provides affordable and direct access to Winnipesaukee. This two-bedroom home was built in 1990 and has 1,664 square feet of recently remodeled living space. It has a new kitchen with granite countertops, stainless appliances, hardwood and tile floors, and knotty pine walls to give it a comfortable feeling.  The home sits on a quarter acre lot with 70’ of frontage with two docks.  It was listed at $499,000 and sold for $470,000 after 53 days on the market.

Winni Waterfront ReportThe median price point sale was at 1 Littlest Mud Island in Wolfeboro.  This property is very special; it is the entire 1.9-acre island with a main lodge, two smaller cabins, and a two-bay boathouse. The main lodge was built in 1953 while the cabins were constructed in 2011.  The main lodge has that rustic feel with wood floors, pine walls, exposed rafters, and a large brick fireplace. There are seven bedrooms between the three structures so there is plenty of room for guests. Recent updates include new metal roofs on the lodge and boathouse, new underground electric lines, and a ten-bedroom septic system. The interior of the island is selectively cleared providing walking trails and space for outside activities. The 1,320 feet of shoreline provides amazing sunrise and sunset views. Sounds like it is pretty close to paradise to me. This property was listed at $1.2 million and sold for $1.05 million after 154 days on the market.

Winni Waterfront ReportThe highest sale for the month was one of the last 19th century Winnipesaukee Great Camps known as Boulder Lodge located at 378 Rt 11D in Alton. The property consists of a main shingle style lodge with six guest cottages sitting on a 5.87 lot with 641’ of frontage.  The main lodge has been totally restored and winterized and features high ceilings, natural wood finishes throughout, two fireplaces and a large wrap around porch. The guest cottages have anywhere from one to three bedrooms. There is also a  dining cottage has a commercial kitchen in case you want to throw a party and there is a covered outside dining area with a fieldstone fireplace. There’s a sandy beach area, a permanent deep-water dock with a second story deck plus a separate docking area with thirteen deep water slips. This property was originally listed at $4.5 million, was reduced to $3.9 million and sold at that price after 1,486 days on the market.

Winni Waterfront ReportThere were two sales on Winnisquam in November. A very well maintained, 1964 vintage, three-bedroom, one bath cottage with 880 square feet of living space at 73 Collins Brook Rd in Meredith found a new owner in just 20 days. The cottage sits on a half-acre lot on the northern end of the lake with 210‘ of frontage and a new aluminum docking system. It was listed at $610,000 and sold for $590,000. The other sale was at 486 Shore Drive in Laconia. This 3,845 square foot, five-bedroom, four bath contemporary style home was built in 1974. It has a great floorplan with a completely renovated kitchen with high end stainless appliances, a large living room with a gas fireplace, and second floor family room. All of the bedrooms have great views of the lake and each has its own private balcony. The home sits on a 1.26 acre well landscaped lot with 165’ of sandy frontage and sunset views that Shore Drive is known for. This property was listed at $1,199,900 and sold for $1,144,900 after 34 days on the market.

Winni Waterfront Report

Data compiled using the NEREN MLS system

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Roy Sanborn

As a REALTOR® since 2000, I know what it takes to ensure a smooth real estate transaction; hard work, dedication and loyalty to my clients, knowledge, and effective communication. It is this philosophy that has helped me to consistently be one of the top producing agents in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. I’ve also found that helps to have a little fun along the way! My partner, Ashley Davis, and I are thrilled to be part of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty and have taken Sotheby’s already amazing marketing program and philosophy one step further with the formation of our Distinctive Homes Group! I know the lakes, the Lakes Region, and the lifestyle you are probably looking for.

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