Watch the beautiful sunsets across Lake Winnipesaukee from the patio of this southwesterly facing home set on 3.81 acres, with 253 feet of shorefront, and wide-open lake views, including islands and the Belknap mountains. The classic Colonial home and large attached barn are the result of a labor of love and a unique story. This new home was constructed in 2015 with the interior of an 1820 home reassembled by noted craftsman Henry Page. The 36’ x 44’ two-story post and beam 1780’s barn was dismantled from Espom, NH and reassembled to include a 3-bay garage, storage and lighted cupola. The attention to detail in both structures is extraordinary, with wide pine floors throughout, original Indian shutters, wood wainscot, beamed ceilings, original door hardware, a hand-hewn cedar shake roof, and custom cabinetry in the kitchen and baths. The result is an authentic antique home with all the convenience and upgrades of a new home, set on a lovely waterfront lot.

A lighted walk-way leads from the home to the U-shaped dock, with a canopied boat slip and electricity.

One of multiple entries to the house is from the barn through the summer kitchen with a shower for rinsing after a swim, to a mudroom and half-bath laundry. A custom gourmet kitchen with island is open to a dining area overlooking the lake and a seating area in front of a huge brick fireplace, walk-in pantry and buttery. A sun porch off the kitchen is the perfect spot to relax while the sun streams in through the windows. The front to back living room also has a brick fireplace and water views. The second story is comprised of a master bedroom and bath overlooking the lake and two additional bedrooms and full bath.

Sliding doors on the barn open to a large slate patio retained by stonewalls. Large trees on both sides maintain privacy. Page Pointe is located down a long, private drive in Tuftonboro just 5 miles from downtown Wolfeboro.

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Kristin Claire

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