Lees Pond real estate is regarded as a tight inventory market in New Hampshire for lake homes and lake lots.
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Lees Pond is in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, under 60 miles from Concord and Rochester.
The Portland International Jetport is 70 miles away, and there are three hospitals under 25 miles away: Speare Memorial Hospital, Huggins Hospital, and Lakes Region General Hospital.
Spanning 154 acres and with a max depth of 37 feet, Lees Pond offers its residents the atmosphere of a private, exclusive lake.
There are lots of activities for residents of Lees Pond to do. Residents can swim or boat around the lake, and anglers will love the local populations of bass and trout.
Those wanting to have fun on the shore can discover everything Moultonborough has to offer.
One popular attraction is the Castle in the Clouds, a historic mansion with several events and the Carriage House Restaurant.
Another popular destination is Angelic Farm, where visitors can freely walk around, enjoy a picnic, and pick fresh blueberries.
Concord, the capital city of New Hampshire, has lots to offer residents of Lees Pond.
The top attraction is the independently owned Red River Theatre. This theatre offers screenings of independent films as well as classic movies.
Those more interested in live performances should head to Capitol Center for the Arts. There they will find ballet, country, rock, and Broadway performances.
Another attraction is the Mcauliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, named after Christina Mcauliffe and Alan Shepard. This museum features interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits as well as a planetarium.
Rochester is the largest city in the seacoast region and the fourth-largest city in the state. There is a lot of rich history and a variety of activities to embark on in the city.
If you want to spend an afternoon outside, there are public and family-friendly parks and playgrounds. There are also hiking, walking, and biking trails along the Cocheco River.
Enjoy the great shopping and dining scenes with some entertainment for a perfect night downtown.
Those wanting a place to unwind will love living on Lees Pond.