In the Lakes Region of Eastern New Hampshire you’ll find the beautiful body of water known as Lovell Lake. Lovell Lake is found in the towns of Sanbornville and Wakefield, both in Eastern Carroll County. With a maximum depth around forty feet, Lovell Lake is 554 acres wide and boasts more than six miles of shoreline. Lovell Lake is designated as a Tier 1 body of water which means it is self-supporting and requires no stocking of wildlife. There are a variety of fish found in the lake including smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, white perch, walleye, pickerel and horned pout.
Within Lovell Lake there are three islands and the lake is accessible to the public on the Northwestern side via a ramp. Lovell Lake parking is found in Sanbornville Village. This beautiful stream and spring-fed lake gets much of its inflow from Horse Brook. Residents near Lovell Lake enjoy all the opportunities for outdoor and water recreation the lake provides, not to mention the abundance of natural beauty. Also in the area are great options for shopping, dining and entertainment.
If your dream is to fall asleep to the soothing sounds of lapping waves, then you should consider buying a home on Lovell Lake. Homes for sale in the Lovell Lakes area come in a broad price range and include homes of a variety of architectural styles, ages and sizes. You can find homes with private beaches and decks overlooking the glistening lake waters and more. Condos in Wakefield, where Lovell Lake is located, have an average listing price around $215,000. Vacant lots and land in the area have an average listing price around $72,200. While some single family homes have listing prices near $700,000, the average listing price for a single family home in the Lovell Lake area is nearer to $242,000.
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