Located in New Hampshire, Lower Suncook Lake real estate is a tight inventory market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.
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Lower Suncook Lake is part of Barnstead, a rural town of New Hampshire home to a selection of beautiful lakes. Barnstead has country stores, gas stations, and eateries to meet everyday needs.
Rochester is 30 minutes away and provides the Frisbie Memorial Hospital, Walmart Supercenter, Walgreens, coffee shops, salons, restaurants, and more. The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is only about a 35-mile drive away in Manchester.
Lower Suncook Lake and Upper Suncook Lake cover 700 acres as a pair connected by a 1,000-foot channel.
Lower Suncook Lake spans 295 acres and houses three islands. It has an average depth of nine feet but can be as deep as 17 feet.
There is room for all boaters on the Suncook Lakes; motorboats, kayaks, canoes, and other watercraft share a broad span of water.
Boaters can put in at the boat ramp by the bridge at Narrows Road to go to either body of water. Swimming, water skiing, and tubing are a few of the lake activities that the lakers enjoy.
Lower Suncook Lake holds a vast stock of largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pickerel, horned pout, and perch. Anglers come out to the lake year-round but more so in the summer for the seasonal Suncook Lakes bass tournaments.
The lakes are under an hour from the well-known White Mountains for snow skiing, rock climbing, or hiking. You will also find Concord under an hour away, a source of shops and restaurants with New Hampshire charm.
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.
Property on Lower Suncook Lake will give one access to 700 acres of water, perfect for a wide range of lake activities or relaxation in the New Hampshire woods.