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The Sewall Road Classic

The Wolfeboro Bay View

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In 1889, Col. Edward Dickinson of New York built the first waterfront

home on a 10 acre parcel on Sewall Road which has its namesake from the original 440 acre parcel owned by David Sewall, one of the original 24 proprietors of the town in the early 1800s.

Additional fine homes have been built for those

lucky enough to have a Sewall Road address. This magnificent 8 bedroom, 6 bath home is a perfect

blend of rustic Lake style with all of the modern amenities only found in the multi million dollar homes.

Designed in the style of the Great Camps

of the Adirondack Mountains of New York using the local materials from the mills of Wolfeboro and granite stones New Hampshire is famous for.

As you come down the long tree lined drive, you

can appreciate the appeal of the many architectural details including cedar shakes, architectural shingles, dormers and angled lines. in, you are instantly taken back in time with unique hand-crafted paneled bead board walls, ceilings and gleaming wide plank pine floors.

When you walk

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The main living space has a dining area, huge granite fireplace and adjacent sun room currently used as an


artist studio. he chef’s eat-in kitchen has warm wood cabinets, granite tops, eating bar made of maple with bark edging, professional appliances


and tiled floors. he kitchen leads back to a cozy library with custom builtins, wood stove, intimate breakfast nook and huge walk-in pantry. Off the foyer is another wing is a bedroom with half bath facing the lake and leading to attached 2 car garage.


the second level you feel you are in a country inn with 6 bedrooms down two wings. There is a second


staircase leading back down to the Library. he best of Lake life is just outside the many doors leading to stone patios, pocket gardens, stone steps to the white sandy bottom shores and a rare “grandfathered” U-shaped covered dock.

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The Good Life on the Lake

Wolfeboro Bay, Open Views and Close to Town

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Dock • Permanent covered boat dock with trimmed awning (new 2004). • Dock dimensions 45.5’26.5, handles 3 boats. • Dock amenities-electrical and water supply with lighting controlled from the house. • Floating dock with ladder • Fiberglass flagpole on dock (estimated 20’) • Heavy duty mooring with chain and ball (currently holds 35’ sailbox, estimated 13,000 pounds) • Thermostatically heavy duty ice-eater with ¾ horse power electric motor for winter dock protection. • Sandy bottom across entire waterfront Patio and Covered Porch • Custom bluestone patio with granite steps to dock • Rock garden to water • Stone steps to water-sandy bottom • Gas hook up-underground propane tank for kitchen stove and outside BBQ • Large covered porch facing the lake. Dimensions: 8.5’ x 31’ • Automatic window box watering system • Antique green lake lights lakeside

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Downtown Wolfeboro / Wolfeboro Bay

For over 250 years, Wolfeboro has been the destination of choice for dignitaries, celebrity, heads of State, heads of business, heads of households and families that can appreciate the fresh New Hamp- Antique Boats and Great Estates shire air, surrounded by the most beautiful lake and mountains. No wonder French President Sarkozy chose Wolfeboro for his historic visit to the US. Wolfeboro is a place of picturesque shops and historic buildings, free concerts at the town Concerts in the Park bandstand at waters edge. It is a place where you can charter antique boat rides or have a dinner cruise on the MS Mount Washington. A place where you can see original plays in the theatre to concerts at the performing arts center. It is a place with one of the longest Forth of July Parades with antique cars, World War ll vehicles and even Presidential Candidates participate. You have your choice of classic diner fare to exquisite restaurants, quaint B&Bs, the historic Wolfeboro Inn, rustic cabin rentals to multi million dollar homes for rent. From the town docks and ramps, you have access to all of Lake Winnipesaukee at your disposal. There are also four public beaches and so much more. With a base population of just over 6000 that jumps to 35,000 in the heart of summer, you have small town charm yet big town services including Huggins Hospital as well as everything you need and some things you won’t find anywhere. It has its own ski hill and ice rink. It is home to ©2013, Michael Travis, Prudential Spencer-Hughes Real Estate

Brewster Academy which attracts students from around the world. Wolfeboro is under two hours from Boston, an hour to the seacoast and the White Mountains, making it the perfect destination year round. In spring and fall, the weather is ideal for golf, hiking, biking, fishing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and birding. The winter in Wolfeboro provides access to hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails and more than 18 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails. Wolfeboro History Wolfeboro, settled in 1768, was granted by Governor John Wentworth and named for General Wolfe, a hero of the Battle of Quebec. Colonial Governor John Wentworth, his nephew, established Kingswood, an estate on Lake Wentworth, making it the “Oldest Summer Resort in America”. With the end of the Civil War and the building of the Wolfeboro Railroad in 1872, tourism began to come to this charming town. The historic Depot building still remains. The track now serves as an 11 mile walking and bike path past Crescent Lake and Lake Wentworth, ending in the town of Wakefield.

Depot Square c 1880s

Wolfeboro, NH

• Wolfeboro contains 47.9 square miles of land area and 10.6 sq. miles of inland water area. • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Winnipesaukee Belle a MS Mount Washington Huggins Hospital Wentworth State Park Clark House (1778) Libby Museum Monitor Engine Company Firehouse New Hampshire Boat Museum Wright Museum-WWII History Brewster Academy Abenaki Ski Area Pop Whalen Ice Arena Klickety-Klack Railroad

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Great Room • Large fieldstone fireplace • Antique pine paneling • Wide pine floors • Exposed wood beams • Antler chandelier (handcrafted from Western Colorado) • Built-in TV/Stereo cabinet • Bay Windows with seats, storage & custom cushions • Built in buffet • Speaker system wired in walls • Hanging antique lights (Arts & Crafts, mica)

Master bedroom • Wool carpet installed in 2002 • Hunter ceiling fan • Custom bathroom with unique cathedral sunset marble floor and shower • Dual shower with handheld • Carerra counter top on mission cabinet • Mission style mirror • Custom fir bead board walls • Heated bathroom floor • Double heat lamps

Kitchen • Granite counter top • Pine paneling and ceiling • Exposed wood timbers • Radiant heat in slate floor • Andersen gliding doors with thermal dual panes • Speaker system (wired in walls) • Anderson automatic skylights with rain sensors • Hunter ceiling fans • Garland stove, standard & convection-8 burner, 2 oven • Professional Thermador kitchen exhaust fan with outside fan • Radiant food warmers • Gaggeneau wall oven with convection • Sharp built-in microwave • Sub-zero refrigerator with dual refrigerator system, custom wood handles • Whirlpool compactor with sound conditioning • Gaggeneau dishwasher, ultra quiet, hidden controls

Garage • Pine bead board walls • Wood floors • Automatic garage doors with inside, outside (coded) and remote switches

Pantry • Antique soapstone sink from Maine farm • Custom shelving • Refrigerator

Roof • New roof in 2001 with architectural shingles (lifetime guarantee) Copper edging and valleys

Library • Wainscoting with multi-wood • Custom wood ceiling • Custom bookcases and cabinets with TV/Entertainment pull out • Custom roman shades • Vermont casting wood stove with drying arms • Invisible fence around the laundry room door • Back stairs to second floor Laundry • Custom drapery (match library) • Bosch washer & Maytag dryer • Built in ironing board Sunroom • Andersen windows • Andersen automatic skylights with rain sensors • Separate air handler with thermostat

Basement • Six foot safe (not moveable) with key entry • Bulkhead door access Outside Property • Sign post with custom over-sized copper mailbox • Invisible fence around the entire property plus the water • Garden and woodshed-shed holds 1.5 cords of wood • Stone swales in driveway-refurbished in 2003 • Stone border around home-built in 2003 • Traditional lake lights around property (porches, BBQ, side entrance) • Sandy horse shoe pits

Mechanical Systems • System 2000 boiler with “unlimited” hot water supply (serviced and maintained by Wolfeboro Oil) • Central air • Waterfall humidifier • Sewage pump to city sewage with alarm system installed 1997 for liquids • Fully insulated home • Thermostat in each first floor major room • Security system with fire, smoke, movement, etc. • 200 AMP service with updated wiring • Underground drainage system from driveway and front of home • Whole House Generator

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106 Sewall Road, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire  

In 1889, Col. Edward Dickinson of New York built the first waterfront home on a 10 acre parcel on Sewall Road which has its namesake from th...

106 Sewall Road, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire  

In 1889, Col. Edward Dickinson of New York built the first waterfront home on a 10 acre parcel on Sewall Road which has its namesake from th...