The new, highly efficient homes at Weirs Beach Village are all about lifestyle. The community includes a beautiful clubhouse for gatherings and new outdoor pool for residents and guests. Boating, swimming, fishing and snowmobiling are just minutes away.
Anyone who has ever vacationed near Weirs Beach knows that the Lake Winnipesaukee area has been a year-round mecca for sports enthusiasts for over a century. A prized four-season destination, this highly desirable region also offers popular winter sports options, with extensive snowmobiling trails out your front door and ice fishing, along with great downhill and cross country skiing at nearby Gunstock.
For those who want to relax, the area offers a wide range of outstanding restaurants, spas and entertainment, most within easy walking or driving distance. The ever-popular outlet shopping centers of Tilton are just a short drive from this new community.
The unique new Weirs Beach Village community offers the charm of living in classic New England-style homes in an area well known for its scenic beauty, year-round outdoor fun and cultural attractions at a price that is truly affordable. Designed for owners of all ages, these delightful new homes would work well for empty-nesters who may plan to downsize to a condominium in Florida but also want an affordable home in New England where they can stay close to family and enjoy the timeless joy of the region without the hassles of maintenance.
For first-time buyers who desire a carefree home with easy access to the recreational pleasures of the Lakes Region, this is a wonderful opportunity to become a homeowner.
The New Homes Division of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is marketing the community, with prices that start at an amazing $169,900.
Just 90 minutes from Boston and less than an hour from the Merrimack Valley, Weirs Beach Village is an opportunity not to be missed. For anyone interested in seeing model homes and learning more about this great opportunity, the model homes are open every Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 198 Endicott Street, Laconia.