Nestled into Bean Cove with 24.94+/- acres and 500’ of frontage on the southeastern shores of Squam Lake, this property has all of the elements of the classic great camp; unspoiled scenery, privacy and a rugged design that celebrates nature and a remarkable heritage of regional craft and building tradition.
Completed in 2006, the house is built of stone and hand-peeled pine. The power of the extensive stonework is equaled by the heft and scale of the log columns, beams and posts. With a total of 5,500 s.f. the house includes 5 bedroom suites, 7 stone fireplaces, a large screened porch with doors that open to the central living space, Great Room, a second floor game room and a lower level gym and theater.
Sandy shoreline features include a large, walk-in beach, new 1-bay boathouse and a one room cottage with fireplace and deck built over the lake. Abuts conserved land.