The newest Squam Lake real estate listing is 44 Marden Point Road, Holderness, New Hampshire. This unique new construction Squam Lake waterfront home offers 696 ft. waterfrontage on both the Squam River and Squam Lake. Surrounded by water, 44 Marden Point has water views from almost every room offering the visual panorama associated with island living, but with easy access by car. The 6000 square ft., 4 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath, new construction is a state of the art custom home just completed this Autumn by K-Mac Builders, Squam Lake's premier builder with architectural design by Paul Maggi, Associates.
Please view the slideshow of 44 Marden Point Road on my website NicoleWatkins.com. Contact me if you have questions on 44 Marden Point Road, for house plans, or if you'd like to set up an appointment to see this iconic Squam Lake waterfront property.
You're invited to a PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE Saturday September 26th and Sunday, September 27th. Follow Route 25 from Center Harbor to Route 113 East in Holderness. Take a right on Marden Point Road. Follow the CENTURY 21 Lakes Region Realty, OPEN HOUSE signs.
Surrounded by 147 ft. Squam Lake waterfront and 549 ft. Squam River frontage, the property has long, spectacular views to Red Hill. The home has 100 yr. old reclaimed Heart Pine floors throughout most of the first floor. The warm and cool colors of the slate in the entry way enhance the warmth of the Heart Pine floors in the hall and stairwell beyond. The Master Suite has fir Marvin sliding glass doors that turn the Master Suite into a Sleeping Porch near water's edge.
Coffered fine grain fir ceilings, many fir built-ins, state of the art Kitchen overlooking a formal dining room with long lake views, formal Living Room with a magnificent field stone fireplaces, and a Great room/Barn with a floor to ceiling field stone fireplace bring the first floor of the home to a standard rarely seen in a vacation lake home.
Large windows with screens transform the Barn/Great room into an extraordinary screen porch with water views on two sides. Stone terraces and decks surround the home. The amenities of an L-shaped dock, T shaped dock, and a 2 stall boathouse all on one property are other features that combine to make this Squam Lake property distinctive.
Squam is the second-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire. Squam Lake was originally called Keeseenunknipee, which meant "the goose lake in the highlands." Don't miss the opportunity to take a Squam Lake boat tour, whether sponsored by the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center or Experience Squam.