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Lot 6 Gilman Point Rd moultonborough, NH

.93 acres 270’ of Winnipesaukee Shoreline


#LOT6GILMANPOINT One of few lots available with private waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee. Think of what you could build on this almost one acre parcel with an incredible 270’ of shoreline. Gently sloping to the water, this is a great swimming location that is protected from boat traffic in a no-wake zone, overlooking Little Goodwin Island. Surrounded by other wellestablished waterfront homes, this lot is ready for your new construction. The lot faces SE with amazing sun and with over 200' of waterfront, the docking system you could have would house numerous boats and toys. Located on a private, well- maintained road with very low annual maintenance dues, it is only a 3 minute drive to be on Route 25, and just 15 minutes to downtown Meredith or less than 8 minutes to downtown Center Harbor. Plus with a property tax-rate of just 8.22% enjoy amazing town amenities with one of the smallest tax rates in the state! For more information contact Brie Stephens at 603-819-8071 I brie@lakeliferealty.net

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Building in Moultonborough Setbacks: Minimum setbacks. No residential or agricultural buildings, mobile home, camper, R.V., house trailer, or other residential or agricultural structure, or any part or portion thereof shall be placed, located, or constructed in violation of the following provisions: •

Fifty feet from the centerline of the improved surface of any roadway used or intended for public travel where there is no defined or legally described right-of way line, or twenty-five (25) feet from the edge of the right of way, all measured at a perpendicular angle from said roadway or right-of-way line along the lot frontage. Twenty (20) feet from any lot line. (4) Fifty (50) feet from the high water line of any lake, pond, river, or stream. No dock may be located nearer than twenty (20) feet from a lot line.

Town contacts: Zoning: • President: Bob Stephens 603-455-1879 rhstephensbc@gmail.com Planning: • President: Scott Bartlett 603-867-2314 scottrbartlett@gmail.com Administrative Assistant: • Bonnie Whitney 603-476-2347 bwhitney@moultonboroughnh.gov


Local Contacts Builders: •

JC Hayes Construction • 603-494-0202 • hayesbuildsgreen@gmail.com

Hayward & Company • 603-279-4045 • Julie@haywardandcompany.com

Cargill Construction • 603-568-3115 • wjcargill12@gmail.com

Tree specialist/Landscapers/Permit specialist: •

Stephens Landscaping • 603-707-0630 • info@stephenslandscaping.com

RML Tree Services • 603-393-0709 • rmltrees@gmail.com

Watermark • 603-293-4000 • info@docksource.com


Permit Info When Do You Need An Environmental Permit?

Most every project on the shoreline, in the water, or within 250 ft of a lake or pond will require a permit from NH Dept. Of Environmental Services... • NHDES Wetlands Bureau - docks, beaches, boatlifts, etc... • NHDES Shoreland Program - land within 250 ft of ref. line... • NHDES Subsurface Bureau – septic system & site assessment... • NHDES Alteration Of Terrain Bureau – over 50,000 sq ft*...

“Standard” Permit – 75 day timing + More Information Requests... – Historic Resources, Natural Heritage Bureau, and Local Review... – Certified mail abutter notice required... – Formal permit issued at approval... • “Minimum Expedited” Permit – 30 day timing with signature of Conservation Commission... – Limited to certain “minimum impact” projects... – Historic Resources, Natural Heritage Bureau, and Local Review... – Certified mail abutter notice required... – Formal permit issued at approval... • “Permit By Notification” (PBN) – 21 day timing or 10 days with signature of Conservation Commission... – Limited to specific, low impact, projects... – Natural Heritage Bureau and Local Review... – Certified mail abutter notice required... – Projects are only “accepted” – no formal permit is issued... • “Seasonal Dock Notification” – Notice only form sent to Wetlands Bureau (no permit issued)... – No drawings, abutter notice, photos, etc. is required... – Limited to a single dock on un-developed waterfront (only one structure)...


Dock Info

How many docks are allowed? Residential Docks are regulated by the “75 ft Rule” (Env-Wt 402.13): 75 ft = 2 Slips 150 ft = 3 Slips 225 ft = 4 Slips 300 ft = 5 Slips* • Based Upon “AVERAGE FRONTAGE” (shoreline vs. straight line)... • First 75 ft = One (1) Dock (which is two boatslips)... • Each Add’l 75 ft = add one boatslip... DOCK SIZES: Lakes Over 1,000 Acres = standard seasonal dock 6 ft x 40 ft... BOATSLIP SIZES: • Lakes Over 10,000 Acres = standard “boatslip” 12 ft W x 25 ft


Landscape Info Can We Build A Beach? “Probably”... Must Be Less Than 25% Slope Lot... 20% of linear frontage Max. 900 sq ft “Footprint” & 30 ft Wide (Max.)... Must Be “Perched” Above Lake Level... Must Meet CSPA & Wetlands Rules...

What can be done without a permit? • Removal of “dead, diseased or unsafe vegetation”... • Burden of proof is on the Owner/Contractor... » Take photos and/or hire an arborist (tree expert)!!!

• Removal of trees to 100 points in 50x50 grids (again take photos)... •Trimming, pruning and thinning to protect structures and maintain views... •Structure maintenance, repair, or modification provided no increase in footprint, no increased septic loading, and done without excavation or filling... •Mowing, raking and mulching existing landscaped areas... •Hand-removal of invasive species...


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Lake Winnipesaukee

New Hampshire’s largest and most famous lake, Winnipesaukee has been a tourist destination for more than a century. The Native American name for the lake means either “smile of the Great Spirit” or “beautiful water in a high place.” The third largest body of water in New England, it is surrounded by three mountain ranges. The wooded shoreline and crystal water of this spring fed lake make it a popular summer destination. It is one of the best lake trout and salmon fishing waters in New England, and is ringed with numerous villages and towns that offer everything from boardwalks and waterslides to public beaches and art galleries. All communities have public parks and docks. Facts: •21 miles long, 1-9 miles wide •79 square miles •Maximum depth is 212 feet •258 islands •Driving around the lake distance – 63 miles

Lot 6 Gilman Point Rd Moultonborough, NH  

One of few lots available with private waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee. Think of what you could build on this almost one acre parcel with a...

Lot 6 Gilman Point Rd Moultonborough, NH  

One of few lots available with private waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee. Think of what you could build on this almost one acre parcel with a...

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