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5.14 acres in Belknap County, New Hampshire

913 Watson Road, Laconia, New Hampshire 03246 - Belknap County
$499,000 5.14 Acres
6 Bedroom 7 Bathrooms 5671 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2740009

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Located on a tree-lined country road and surrounded by 5 acres of fields, this beautiful home is just one block away from Lake Winnipesaukee. Built in 1940 by shipbuilder Byron Hedblom, who brought the Mount Washington Cruise Ship to the lake, the huge bay window in the living room was built to replicate the wheelhouse of the Mount Washington Cruise Ship. In 2003, the current owners transformed this property into a very successful Bed and Breakfast, creating 5 guest rooms, each with a private bath, and either a gas or electric fireplace. Everything is up to commercial code, including a sprinkler system. The inn had a new roof and was painted in 2011. The location is perfect, just 5 minutes away from Meredith's fabulous shops and restaurants, and Laconia's well-known attractions. It's in the heart of The Lake Region's destination area at Lake Winnipesaukee. This would also make a wonderful private home, and it would have the potential for income if needed.

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RT 25 West to RT 3 South, at the traffic circle continue straight to stay on RT 3 South, left onto Scenic Road continue on Scenic Road to property on right.

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Antonella Bliss

Coldwell Banker Wright Realty

481 White Mountain Highway
Conway, NH 03818

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