Watch the sunrise over the mountains, lakes and valleys from this contemporary shingle-style home near Lake Sunapee, custom built by the owners and designed by noted architect Keith Kroger. “Architecture is about making spaces both inside and out,” said Kroeger. The design of 115 High Point takes full advantage of the 180-degree views with large unobstructed windows that strike you as you enter the home, and with outdoor space for gatherings. The modern kitchen with soapstone counters, center island and dining area opens to the family room centered by a raised fireplace, and wide comfortable bench seats that overlook the view, the perfect spot for games or a quiet read. Just off the kitchen, the large deck with bench seating, hot tub, outdoor grill and fireplace is the perfect evening hub to watch the glow from the setting sun on the mountains beyond.
In addition to three en-suite bedrooms, there is a large bunk room outfitted with 10-bunks, a full bathroom, large walk-in closet, and a separate sitting room, along with a large workout room with mirrors and matted floor. The oversized 2-car garage provides plenty of space for gear, opening to a mudroom with slate floor, pegs and cubbies to accommodate everything needed for a day’s outing. Above the garage is a bright art studio as well as plenty of storage space.
Sited on 10+/- acres 115 High Point is an oasis from the city, an escape for peace and relaxation yet minutes to every possible recreation, with Mt. Sunapee, Lake Sunapee, Mt. Kearsarge, ponds and trails nearby. Only 2 hours from Boston, an hour from Hanover, and just 10 miles to the charming college town of New London.
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