Historic House Listings

Boulder Lodge, Circa 1840. Almost six acres in NH. Once owned by Lipton family. $3,900,000

March 8, 2019

Boulder Lodge sure would be a dream to own! Built in 1840. Located on 5.87 acres in Alton, New Hampshire. Boulder Lodge Camp was once owned by LePage Family, of LePage Glue. It was later owned by the Lipton Family. The property has a private sandy beach, a permanent dock with an upper level deck, and a separate deep water dock with 13 boat slips. The main house of Boulder Lodge was built in 1840. It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property has five guest cottages with 1-3 bedrooms. $3,900,000

From the Zillow listing:


One of the last unspoiled 19th century Lake Winnipesaukee Great Camps- originally the summer home of the LePage family of LePage glue and later owned by the Lipton family. This remarkable parcel of land has 5.87+/- level acres with 641′ on the lake which includes a sandy walk-in beach, a large permanent dock with second story deck and a separate permanent deep water dock (14′ depth) with 13 slips. Boulder Lodge is the perfect family compound with a c.1840 four-bedroom, two-bath shingle-style home that has been restored and winterized. The classic style includes high ceilings, two fireplaces, a large wrap around porch and natural wood finishes throughout. There are five guest cottages with 1-3 bedrooms, three of which have grandfathered footprints where the front of the cottage is on piers in the water, a separate dining cottage with a state-of-the-art kitchen and attached covered outdoor dining area with a large fieldstone fireplace to gather around for family meals, and a media cottage. Just 15 minutes from Laconia Airport with jet service, one hour to Manchester Airport, less than 2 hours from Boston and 15 minutes to Gunstock Ski Area.

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