About the Lakes Region of New Hampshire
More than 250 lakes in this region of New Hampshire provide an ideal setting for vacation homes, cottages, and year-round residences in every price range. Numerous towns dot the coastlines of these lakes. To the newcomer looking for waterfront property, it can be a daunting process to identify the communities and properties that will fit your goals and provide lasting value.
Ed Bernard Realty can help! Ed is a Lakes Region native who has been involved with Lakes Region Real Estate for more than a decade. He can help you narrow your focus to the communities and properties that fit your goals and budget.
Major Lakes and Their Surrounding Towns
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Lake Winnipesaukee: Alton, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Meredith, Moultonboro, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro
Newfound Lake: Bristol, Hebron, Alexandria, Bridgewater
Squam Lakes: Holderness, Center Harbor, Sandwich, Moultonboro, Ashland
Lake Winnisquam: Meredith, Belmont, Sanbornton, Tilton, Laconia
Lake Waukewan: Meredith, New Hampton, Center Harbor
View Waterfront Properties for Sale on Smaller Lakes
By virtue of its size alone, Lake Winnipesaukee dominates the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Stretching 72 miles across, it has 180 miles of coastline and more than 250 habitable islands. With its many coves, bays, and inlets giving intermittent views of the lake, Winnipesaukee doesn't appear … [Read More]
Big Squam Lake, Little Squam Lake and White Oak Pond — spring fed bodies of water connected by a channel — are havens of unspoiled beauty for discriminating buyers. Big Squam is New Hampshire's second largest lake, with 65 miles of shoreline and 10 miles of open waterways. Coves for fishing and … [Read More]
Newfound Lake is a large, scenic lake in Grafton County, NH with 22 miles of shore line. The small country towns of Alexandria, Bridgewater, Bristol and Hebron surround the lake. Crystal clear water (refreshed twice a year by eight underground springs), great boating of all kinds, local hiking … [Read More]