Build Your Dream Home On This Land!

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If you could build your dream home, what would it look like? What architectural style would it be? What materials would you use to build it? How many rooms would it have? How many floors? What would the color of your front door be? Building a home from the ground up can be perceived as a challenge for some. For others however, it's an amazing opportunity to be creative and build a home that is personalized to their liking and needs.  


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201-80 Highland Tr, Wolfeboro, NH 

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In addition to creative freedom, there are other benefits of building your own home:

You Are the First Owner

There's nothing like the look and smell of something that's brand new. Building your own home allows you to be first person to walk its floors, step on its stairs, paint its walls and create memories in its rooms. 

Everything is New 

You won't have to worry about old electrical wiring, an aging water heater, old foundation issues, bad plumbing or a leaking roof. Every aspect of your new home is brand new. Therefore, you won't have to worry about any repair costs for quite sometime! 


Have you always wanted a library in the den? Perhaps you've always wanted a customized staircase? Maybe an indoor rock climbing course in your living room? The possibilities are truly endless. Besides knowing that only your home has certain features, customizations are also wonderful because they can be a great selling point if you ever choose to move.

Energy Efficient 

You can use energy efficient materials when building a home that can save you money in some instances, offer tax credits. Popular energy efficient materials include recycled steel, spray foam insulation and insulating concrete forms. HVAC systems are also a great energy efficient feature to add to any home. The best part is that you won't have to move heavy air conditions every year and find storage for them in the winter. 


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Annual Memorial Day Parades happening throughout the Lakes Region

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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