Of the three homes above $10 million available for sale in New Hampshire, this property, priced below the town’s assessment and at about a third of what the owner invested, offers the greatest value.
Lake Winnipesaukee, NH (PRWEB)
July 25, 2017
LandVest Inc. listed New Hampshire’s most expensive estate, Longview on Lake Winnipesaukee, well below its assessed value, and the asking price has been reduced from $49 million to $19,800,000. Longview, which sits on 16.56 acres with 1,594 feet of lake frontage, consists of two estates: 142 and 144 Hopewell Road in Alton, NH. The additional land allows for a rare, large acreage, peninsula-wide lakefront ownership. Longview is also available in lower-priced configurations.
Built between 2004 and 2007 by the Bahre family, the founders of NH International Speedway, the property totals over 63,000 square feet of living space. It includes a 7,655-square-foot reproduction post and beam entertainment barn, a tea house, boat houses and a secret hidden room.
Longview gets its name from its setting at the southern end of the “Broads,” the famously wide open stretch of 28-mile-long Lake Winnipesaukee, where some of the boating scenes from the 1981 Academy Award-winning film On Golden Pond were shot. “Of the three homes above $10 million available for sale in New Hampshire, this property, priced below the town’s assessment and at about a third of what the owner invested, offers the greatest value,” said LandVest luxury broker Kristin Claire. “Its owners no longer reside in the area and their goal is to pass on this fabulous property for someone else to enjoy.”
The property was designed as a playground for entertaining family and speedway celebrities. Famous guests at the Bahre’s…