Located in New Hampshire, Sunapee Lake real estate is the fourth largest market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.
The typical average list prices of Sunapee Lake homes for sale is $1,076,000. On average, there are 30 lake homes for sale on Sunapee Lake, and 10 lake lots and parcels.
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Sunapee Lake is the fifth largest lake of New Hampshire and one of the most popular destinations in the lake region.
With small-town conveniences in Sunapee, you often won’t have to leave the comforts of the lake. The New Loudon Hospital is a short drive away for medical care.
Under an hour’s drive to Manchester will give you access to big-city establishments, a busy nightlife scene, and the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
Sunapee Lake encompasses 4,090 acres stretching for approximately 10 miles. It is 37 feet deep on average but can be as deep as 104 feet. The Sunapee Lake Dam controls water levels.
The lake has six different islands, and Little Island was once home to a bowling alley in the 1800s.
The lake is not only a gorgeous location but also a recreational hot spot. Sunapee Lake is a go-to location for boating, fishing, or swimming in an upbeat environment.
You will see people water skiing, tubing, wakeboarding, or windsurfing atop the waters all summer long. When the cold weather comes, residents enjoy ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and more.
Go to Sunapee Lake’s Dewey Beach for a vast stretch of sand, clear waters, and provided chairs and umbrellas.
Sunapee Harbor is a lovely place to stop by; it offers kayak and boat rentals, shops, restaurants, live music, lake tours, and dinner boat cruises.
Anglers and recreational boaters can launch their boats at the Lake Sunapee Public Boat Launch, Sargent’s Marina, or Bob’s Beacon Marina. Anglers flock to Sunapee Lake for its stock of giant bass, trout, and salmon.
Visit Mount Sunapee State Park during the summer for hiking, camping, lift rides to the summit, zip-lines, mini-golf, mountain biking, or a tree-top obstacle course. During the winter, the mountain turns into a location for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding.
The nearby Baker Hill Golf Club is home to a scenic 18-hole course that honors the natural features of the New England landscape.
Offering year-round recreation and picturesque landscapes, Sunapee Lake is the place to be.