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Nestled along the serene shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, this extraordinary 11,000-square-foot family home is designed to accommodate over 20 family members during the warm Lakes Region months. With unparalleled views of the Broads, the residence captures the essence of lakeside living, offering a haven of luxury and comfort. The home is surrounded by lush greenery, and it was essential to the client that the home blend in, so the exterior showcases a dark cladding to blend with the landscape and expansive openings to reflect its surroundings.

Upon entering the residence, you immediately notice the view and the attention to detail. A spacious open-concept design connects the living, dining, kitchen areas, and four-season room, promoting an effortless flow for family gatherings and entertaining. The large windows and doors strategically placed throughout the home allow natural light to flood the space, further accentuating the breathtaking lake views. The residence features an array of amenities, including a guest two-bedroom guest wing, office, large pantry, sauna, and elevator. On the lakeside, a sprawling patio is a memoir of the original family home’s footprint and stands as a testament to the homeowners' dedication to carrying forward the longstanding family tradition of lakefront living.

The thoughtful design extends beyond the communal areas, featuring unique nodes strategically placed throughout the residence so that the 7-bedroom house does not feel overwhelming to its inhabitants. These private retreats offer individuals a quiet escape, creating an intimate atmosphere within the expanse of the home. With a perfect balance of communal spaces and private retreats, this Lake Winnipesaukee residence is a testament to thoughtful design and a commitment to creating lasting memories for the family

 

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