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May 25, 2014

All-seasons community at affordable price

Weirs Beach Village in Laconia, N.H., is an amazing community of new single-family homes with great amenities. Set in the heart of the famed Weirs Beach area on Lake Winnipesaukee, it is just a short walk to the Mount Washington boat dock and only 10 minutes from the Gunstock Ski area.

Billed as “a community for all reasons with a location for all seasons,” these homes are designed for carefree, year-round living and are stylish, efficient and well constructed. And, starting at $169,900, they’re affordable, too!

Several different floor plans make it possible to personalize and put the finishing touches on your dream home. What makes these new homes so special is that they are an amazing value, attractive, well planned, and in one New England’s most desirable locations. It is rare to find affordable new construction so perfectly situated near the beach, mountains and year-round attractions of the Lakes Region.

The picture-perfect homes are pure pleasure, with loads of windows that bathe their interiors in natural light, and the inviting four-seasons rooms frame the natural beauty of the neighborhood, bonding the homes to the fabulous Winnipesaukee region’s landscape. An open-floor plan and spacious kitchens are designed for a contemporary lifestyle that makes entertaining and everyday living equally comfortable. The mudrooms, optional loft areas and garages offer great conveniences.

With a brand new home, buyers can choose the finishing touches and appliances, cabinetry and flooring to ensure the space fits their lifestyle. Homes have the added benefit of city water and sewer, so there is less worry for homeowners who want to spend part of the year in a warmer climate.

No need to mow! The homeowners association cares for the mowing of the common space and all yards. For those who like to garden, each home has a yard so you can create your own garden and happy place to sit on your hammock and enjoy. The community is canine-friendly so Fido is welcome, too.

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