In the mid-1950's while visiting the Rumney area, a coast guard captain fell in love with Stinson Lake, had his home built and called it “The Home Port”. Since that time there have been many changes to the home but the beauty of the area has remained the same. From the pristine glacial water to the awe-inspiring views of Stinson and the surrounding mountains, Stinson Lake is a hidden gem. The Cape Style home the captain had built sits on over 6 acres with 285' of waterfront and in recent years has been transformed into its current state with three bedrooms and two and one half baths. The main living area with rich wood floors, floor to ceiling built-ins and fireplace with custom wood mantle provides lots of room for rest and relaxation. A large Trex deck with see through balusters is accessed from French doors in the living room or from sliders in the cozy sun room on the south side of the home. The kitchen features a sit-up island with granite counters and a comfy breakfast nook. The lower level of the home features a large family room with wood stove and game room. The waterfront includes a perched beach, waterside deck and stairs that lead to floating deep water aluminum dock. The property allows for the enjoyment of a multitude of summer and winter activities including swimming, fishing, sailing, waterskiing, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and more. It's no wonder the captain aptly called it “The Home Port”.
Jacalyn Dussault, Dussault Real Estate LLC.
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Listing information last updated on September 22nd, 2019 at 6:06am EDT.