Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Winnipesaukee Real Estate Agent

Connie Van Dam

Lake Homes Realty

(207) 204-3531

I have lived in this region for most of my life. I was born in California, but my family moved to New England when I was only three. I have loved being near the ocean and the lakes and ponds of Maine and New Hampshire.

 

My specialties include lakes region residential sales. I also serve second home and vacation home markets, helping all buyers and sellers with a smooth, successful home buying or selling experience. I bring dedication, compassion, knowledge, and tenacity to every part of the buying and selling process experience.

 

Using excellent communication skills and a savvy business sense, I nurture excellent relationships with all parties involved to obtain outstanding results for my clients. I practice and understand the value of being a good listener and working hard and tirelessly to meet my client's needs with lightning speed responsiveness and constant communications throughout all parts of a transaction.

 

I have had wonderful times navigating many different water bodies with friends. I have had so many adventures, including moonlight cruises, lobster fishing, swimming, and recently learned to kayak. I love watching the ice hockey tournament and the ice fishing derby held every winter on Lake Winnipesaukee. I have always had a love affair with the Lakes Region in New Hampshire. We've had so many vacations, camping trips, and time with family spent along the twinkling shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. We joyfully explored so many small ponds and lakes throughout New Hampshire.

 

I want to share that love of my state and my lake with my clients. Most of all, I want to show up for my clients, whether they are selling a well-loved home or buying a lake home or property. I share in your excitement, and I strive to work smart for you from start to finish.

 

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Connie  Van Dam

Contact Connie:

(207) 204-3531

 
 
 

About Lake Winnipesaukee

Largest Lake of New Hampshire

 

Lake Winnipesaukee is a gem of New Hampshire, the state's largest lake, settled in the foothills of the White Mountains. You will find the necessities and more in the lakeside towns of Alton, Gilford, Laconia, Meredith, Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, or Wolfeboro; home to shops, eateries, and fun attractions.Those who travel by plane may use the lakeside Emerson Aviation Airport, those who are traveling from farther away can use Manchester-Boston Airport just 79 miles away.

 

Stunning Lake of 46,000 Acres

 

Lake Winnipesaukee encompasses a massive 46,000 acres. This magnificent body of water has 258 islands of different sizes located through the lake.

Its 288-mile shoreline features peninsulas and inlets that boaters enjoy slipping off to for a private hangout spot away from the main stretch.

 

Top-Notch Recreational Destination

 

The lake is a boater's dream, as it has a wide-open area known as the broads. Boaters satisfy their need for speed and open up their boats along the vast stretch.

Weirs Beach is the most popular beach of the Lakes Region, a 680-foot stretch of sand that is a pristine swimming area. The beach has restrooms and picnic areas, as well as a 1300-foot boardwalk. From the boardwalk, you can get on the Scenic Railroad that features views of the lake; it is a real treat during the fall. Or, you can cross the road and visit lakeside shops, diners, or arcades.

Lake Winnipesaukee is always flourishing with activity, whether it's water skiing, tubing, or wakeboarding in the summer, or ice fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, or snowboarding in the winter. Lakers enjoy the lakeside bar called The Dive, as well as lakeside restaurants like Lago, Shibley's or Anthony's.

 

An Endless List of Attractions

 

Castle in the Clouds is an impressive mountain-top estate that overlooks Lake Winnipesaukee, including a restaurant, scenic dining area, 28 miles of hiking trails, castle tours, and horseback riding.

Catch big-name concerts including Luke Bryan, Zac Brown Band, or Dave Matthews Band performing at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, a 9000-seat amphitheater on the shore of the lake. The Gunstock Mountain Resort on the lake has multiple ways to enjoy the beautiful landscapes, a 9-acre zipline course, mountain coaster, summit lift ride, or off-road segway tours.

Visit Funspot, the world's largest arcade, to pick from over 600 games. There are also places like Monkey Trunks or Go-Karts at Weir Beach that guarantee a fun time. There are many town shops along the lake, but for a more inclusive shopping experience, you can visit the Tanger Outlets of Tilton that features 50 name-brand stores.

 

Supreme Selection of Property

 

Property on Winnipesaukee lake is the glamorous getaway you have been looking for. This recreational sensation has the activities, attractions, dining, and shopping, to draw anyone into its high-class lifestyle.