Listing provided by Pamela Perkins, Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
One of the largest building lots to ever become available on Lake Sunapee. This extremely private 5.65 acre lot offers opportunity to build an estate quality home on the coveted eastern shore. Located in Soo Nipi Park a former resort and golf course setting, the land features gently undulating topography with old stone walls, majestic trees and widest water views. Strategically plan your new home to take full advantage of glorious sunsets and weekly Star Class racing which takes place in the wide bay you overlook. Create a home far from busy roads, traffic, noise and congestion. Located at the cul de sac end of a quiet setting your kids and pets can enjoy life far from traffic of any sort. Ample land for carriage houses, a tennis court and other uses you may dream of.
|Last Updated||6/22/2019||Year Built||0|
|School District||Kearsarge Sch Dst SAU #65|
|Elementary School||Kearsarge Elem New London|
|Jr. High School||Kearsarge Regional Middle Sch|
|High School||Kearsarge Regional HS|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||Country Setting, Lake Frontage, Water Body Name - Lake Sunapee, Waterfront|
|SEWER||On-Site Septic Needed|
|WATER||On-Site Well Needed|
|WATERFRONT DESCRIPTION||Water Frontage Length: 236|
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