Wooden Boats on Lake Winnipesaukee at 45 Umbrella Point. Lake Winnipesaukee rivals Lake Tahoe for the fine and collectible wooden boats found there and the boathouse at 45 Umbrella Point, Wolfeboro, NH. is the best place to keep them.
Owning a "woody" is a unique pleasure. For the rest of us, watching one cruise by is a memorable event. Boating enthusiasts wanting the ideal lake setting for both boat and home will find it at 45 Umbrella Point. This very private, end-of-the-road haven consists of some 43 mostly wooded acres with 1,100 feet of prime water frontage and an iconic boathouse designed for the connoisseur of special wooden lake boats. Seeing is believing. Have a look at www.45umbrellapoint.com
Lake Winnipesaukee is a beautiful glacial lake. It features crystal clear water, scenic natural shoreline and distant mountain views. Unlike Lake Tahoe, it's water level is normal for this time of year; no drought condition or long dock extensions needed. Lake Tahoe, meanwhile, is nearly one foot below its natural rim level and just shy of seven feet below its spillway level, authorities say. Where will it end?
If you've been keeping a boat on Lake Tahoe you might want to consider putting in on Lake Winnispesaukee, New Hampshire's largest lake, and tying up at the 45 Umbrella Point boathouse while you plan your new custom classic lake residence. Old school wealth and privilege does not have to belong to a bygone era.