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It’s on one of the most desirable lakes to live and play in the country, so it’s no real surprise that this magnificent 18,000 square foot, multi-million dollar home at 144 Springfield Point Road in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire on Lake Winnepesaukee has set a record for the most expensive home sold in the Granite State to date.
Wait until you see the inside. I’ve attached the gallery below, following a video of this gorgeous custom home.
Jamieson Duston of Duston Leddy Real Estate first listed the property at $19.5 million in November 2020 and sold it for $12.3 million. Sounds like an amazing deal for this home, which boasts a 15-seat theater, 840 feet of private lakefront property, and a mini beach. The boathouse itself is the size of many homes, at 3,000 square feet with four boat ramps.
By the way, it’s called Lakeside Manor, and according to Jamieson, it really is a once-in-a-lifetime property.
Offering nearly 18,000 square feet of exquisitely finished living space, the home features 37 rooms with elevator access to all four levels. There are 8 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, including an owner’s suite on the main level, a 2-bed guest wing with its own private entrance and elevator, 4 additional bedrooms and an 8-bed bunk room for the children.
There is also a spa, sauna, fitness center and heated garage for 6 cars.
By the way, here is a video of the views of the architect and builder of Lakeside Manor. Obviously a lot of love has gone into this place. According to Real Estate Guru Biz, Wolfeboro is one of the oldest resort towns in the country, as many of us know. Today, it would cost at least $20 million to build a similar property like this, which was built in 2006.
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