As we all adjust to a new lifestyle that may include social distancing, a great way to get out into the world in a safe and responsible way is with a family boat.
Having a primary home, or a second or third can make summer or long weekends best. In Laconia, you can still have waterfront lake living for well under a million dollars.
“Enjoy the shores of Paugus Bay in this premier gated community” begins the description of this three bedroom, 2,649 sq.ft. home. This rare Long Bay home has southern charm in its house design. The large, manicured back yard is bordered by tall trees and the NH State forest for wonderful privacy. Relax on the front porch with a ceiling fan on warm summer days.
When you want to “social distance,” travel the beautiful community in a golf cart to go to the pool or beach for the day. The home features an owner’s suite on the first floor. The large kitchen, formal dining room and master all have hardwood floors. And the price? Under $700,000.
Lake Winnipesaukee can deceive you at times. For a body of water billed as New Hampshire’s largest lake — and a glance at the map will confirm that it is, no doubt — the lake can feel much smaller than those maps suggest.
Whether you’re heading out for an afternoon cocktail party or a two- week offshore voyage, it’s important to think through and write down your meal plan ahead of time.
The Lakes Region offers so many outdoor activities, on and off the water. Even with the pandemic, there are still a variety of things to do… in a day.