Lake Winnipesaukee Real Estate

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Lake Winnipesaukee is a body of water located in Eastern New Hampshire in the Lakes Region of the state. It is situated in parts of Belknap and Carroll Counties and can be seen in the towns of Alton, Gilford, Laconia, Meredith, Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, and Wolfeboro. The lake has a total surface area of 44,422 acres and is the largest lake in the state of New Hampshire. Its maximum depth is 212 feet, and it is located 504 feet above sea level. Altogether, its shores amount to nearly 300 miles.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire offers a wide variety of houses for sale on Lake Winnipesaukee to choose from. Whatever type you are looking for, there is an opportunity here on the shores or near lakes, streams, and ponds.

You’ll find listings for houses for sale on Lake Winnipesaukee, with access to Winnipesaukee’s 278 miles of shoreline (including islands). Lake region homes range vastly not only in price but also location- some offer stunning views while others provide more secluded locations that come complete with boat docks or a secluded sandy beach! If interested be sure to check out our other NH Waterfront Homes For Sale

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The lake is home to one of only two remaining floating post offices managed by the United States Postal Service. The U.S. mail boat Sophie C was launched on Lake Winnipesaukee in 1892 and still operates today. The lake is also the site of the annual Ice-Out Contest and has been seen in movies like “On Golden Pond”, “Click” and “What About Bob?” In the cities surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee, visitors will find a wide variety of activities and entertainment, including numerous museums, golf courses, shops, arcades, theatrical venues and even a ski resort. For more information, visit or see the Lake Winnipesaukee depth map.