This Friday, Moonlight Madness returns to downtown Wolfeboro with sidewalk sales, great food and drink, live music and more. After shopping til you drop, relax at Cate Park or Back Bay and take in the amazing views. Don't miss this annual tradition, it's sure to be a fun event! Contact the Chamber of Commerce at 603-569-2200 for additional information.
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404 & 416 Sewall Road, Wolfeboro NH
A truly spectacular waterfront property awaits with a main house, guest house and carriage house totaling 15,300 square feet of living space. Perfectly sited on two lots of record totaling 1.81 acres to blend seamlessly with its surroundings and maximize the gorgeous views and 385 feet of frontage. The main house, designed by Vaune Dugan and built by Alan Vittum, rambles down the hillside in three-levels with custom appointments throughout as well as a main level covered porch and lower level patio that leads to beautifully landscaped walkways to guide you to the large, sandy beach, dock and boathouse. This is lake living as it was truly meant to be! Click on the links below for 3D virtual tours of this amazing property!
Being offered at $9,900,000 MLS #4689186
In operation since 1987, Molley the Trolley is a great way to explore Wolfeboro and learn it's history while taking in the sights and scenery. Memorial Day through June, she runs on weekends only from 11am-2pm. July and August you can find her around town every day from 10am-4pm, arriving at the town docks on the hour and the Depot on Railroad Ave on the half-hour. All day and season passes are available with children under four free! Click on the link below for additional information about this great Wolfeboro tradition.
Thinking of selling your current home, vacation getaway or vacant land? Now is a great time to list your property and get it sold! Click on the link below to help you decide if the time is right for you. Conveniently located on Main Street in downtown Wolfeboro, we would love to speak with you about your options and how our years of service in the Lakes Region can help!
Photo credit and article from simplifyingthemarket.com
Monday, May 28th several communities in the Lakes Region will hold their Annual Memorial Day Parades.
Wolfeboro's parade will begin at 9am with a ceremony at Brewster Field, travel to Carpenter School, continue down Main Street, stop at the Post Office and end with a ceremony at the Community Bandstand at Cate Park. We hope you will join us for this wonderful tradition.
Alton's parade will begin at Monument Square at 10am, travel to the cemetery for ceremony, then will travel back to the Square for observances.
Gilford's parade will begin at the Community Church on Potter Hill Road at 10am and proceed to the cemetery for services.
Laconia's parade will begin at 10am, traveling through downtown to the Veteran's Park for services.
Meredith's parade will travel to several locations around downtown and will begin at 10am.
Moultonborough's parade will begin at 10am, travel down Rt. 25 to town hall where a wreath laying will be held at the Historical Society.
Photo Credit Larissa Mulkern / www.newhampshire.com
47 ADVENT COVE ROAD, MEREDITH NH MLS #4695020 $3,750,000
From the moment you enter the park-like setting, you are home. Perfectly sited on 6 acres to blend seamlessly into the spectacular landscape. With dock and 2-bay boathouse that even has a registered heliport above. Current updates on the spacious home include a new kitchen, master bath, floors, roof and fresh paint. Here is where you come to enjoy all that the Lakes Region has to offer! Click on the photo below for additional information about this listing including an arial tour.
The Wolfeboro Arts Festival (formerly Arts Walk) returns this Saturday, May 26th bigger and better than ever! The Sandy Martin Gallery will celebrate their re-opening with a performance by The Brother's Way. Stop into The Art Place end enter your winning bid at their silent auction and enjoy a performance by singer/songwriter Thom Alden. Street performers with hoops, stilts, and more will be found around downtown delighting young and old. Be sure to head to downtown and take part in all of the fun!
Located on Center Street, The Wright Museum is a must stop if you are visiting the area. With over 14,000 unique items in its collection from photographs to military vehicles and everything in-between you will learn a great deal and come away with a better understanding of that time in our history. With many special events throughout the season such as their popular lecture series and their annual Family Day there is truly something for everyone. Stop in today and experience for yourself all that this wonderful organization offers!
With your personal touches, this unique waterfront offering will be everything you ever wanted. Enjoy your private dock and beach on Mirror Lake while you take advantage of 4,500 square feet of living space and a 4 car, detached garage with extra storage above. Converting the first floor for single level living with 2 separate spaces above for family and friends is just one option. Looking for an income property? All units are currently rented. Don't wait, call or stop-in today to schedule a private showing and see all this amazing property offers.
Spring has finally sprung! Let's take a look back at Carroll County's 2018 Quarter 1 Real Estate Market Statistics.
In Quarter 1 of this year, 162 single-family residential homes were sold in Carroll County. That's a 9% decrease from Quarter 1 of 2017. The median sales price showed an increase of 13.7% at $227,250 over a price of $199,950 in 2017. The average days on the market for homes sold was 123 days, down 15.2% from the previous year's average of 145 days. Here's how Carroll County compares to the statewide statistics.
Statewide, 2018 Quarter 1 saw a total of 2,772 single-family homes sold. That's a decrease of .1% over the previous year's total of 2,775. Median sales price was $260,000 up 6.1% from the previous year's price of $245,000. Average day's on the market in Quarter 1 was 85 down 6.6% from last year's 91 days.
Visit nhar.org for additional information regarding real estate marketing statistics by county.
Inventory is low and buyer's are out there, looking for their first, forever or vacation home. We have been in the business over 30 years. Real estate is our profession and we have the experience you need to make a sound and informed real estate decision. Contact us today!
*Market statistics provided by New England Real Estate Network/NHAR
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