Luxury Home of the Week: For $10m, a 7-bedroom mansion on Lake Winnipesaukee

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The home comes with 430 feet of lake frontage on 6-plus acres. BDW Photography

With 430 feet of frontage on Lake Winnipesaukee and a $10,000,000 price tag, this custom-built contemporary in Wolfeboro, N.H., is tied for the No. 1  spot in an analysis of the most expensive homes on the market in the Granite State, according to a review of listings.

The property at 20 Wyman Drive includes seven bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bath and view of the water. The home also has a half bathroom. Adam Dow of Dow Realty Group at Keller Williams Lakes & Mountains Realty listed the property on Aug. 21. (An eight-bedroom home in Meredith is on the market at the same price.)

The 2005 single-family was “purposely built to blend in with its surroundings,” according to the listing, and creates seamless transitions between the indoors and out. In the main living space, a towering wall of windows looking out on the lake is matched in grandeur by a 30-foot two-sided granite fireplace. The owner bathroom features a Japanese-style wood soaking tub, complete with a canopy held up by four tree trunks.

Those wood and earth tones abound throughout the home, including in the kitchen, which offers a sloping wood ceiling dotted with pendant lights, a double oven, and an expansive kitchen island with a sink.

The 14,458-square-foot mansion also features a gym full of equipment, a sauna, and a soundproof media room.

As for the home’s outdoor amenities: A substantial deck, a hot tub, a two-slip boathouse, and a dock sit on its 6.2 acres.

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