Listed by Lisa Wardlaw, Lamprey & Lamprey Realtors

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This unique and enchanting property includes a beautiful post and beam home, lovingly built with timbers from the land. A large open concept main floor is gracefully divided into various sections of living and features a dramatic vaulted ceiling. A state of the art kitchen is on the first floor, a master bedroom on the second floor. A guest house, built in 2006, opens off the outside decking and has two additional bedrooms, a loft, 3/4 bath and large enclosed porch. Perennial gardens surround and contribute to the beauty of the setting. A long pathway through story book woods leads to an oversized dock on Squam Lake, which is removed in the winter months. Additionally there is a .65 acre lot included in the sale that has access to the beach in the Sturtevant Cove Association, a wonderful plus. Much of the property is in conservation, and the owners plan to also proceed with an easement on the .65 acre lot, while still affording access to the beach area. One has to visit this property to really appreciate its beauty and charm. Its peace and privacy reflect the essence of life on Squam Lake.

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