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NH Luxury Compound On Sale For Record $49 Million

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The home is the most expensive home to hit the market in NH. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Real Estate)

The home is the most expensive home to hit the market in NH. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Real Estate)

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ALTON, N.H. (CBS) — Gated entrances, a grass helicopter pad, infinity pool and grotto and 63,000 square feet of living space could all be yours for just $49 million.

One of the homes on the property. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Property)

One of the homes on the property. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Property)

The home set atop Clay Point, is known as “Longview on Lake Winnipesaukee”and is the most expensive property to ever hit the New Hampshire real estate market, according to listing firm LandVest Luxury Real Estate.

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Built by New Hampshire Motor Speedway founder Bob Bahre from 2000 to 2004, the Union Leader reports the family says it’s now looking to downsize. It’s no wonder the property could be a bit overwhelming, with three lots totaling more than 16 acres. In addition to the two homes, there is a 7,655 square foot entertainment barn, tea house, two stone boathouses, multiple boating docks, a stone amphitheater and a guest cottage.

If $49 million is hard to stomach, the compound can be subdivided into 142 Hopewell Road offered at $25 million or 144 Hopewell Road for $25 million.

But don’t forget, once you fork over that $49 million, a $254,000 property tax bill awaits, each year.

Just who could be attracted to such opulence?

The home boasts infinity pools, a grotto, a helicopter pad and tennis court. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Real Estate)

The home boasts infinity pools, a grotto, a helicopter pad and tennis court. (Credit: LandVest Luxury Real Estate)

In 2012, Lake Winnipesaukee became the summer vacation destination of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy. Sarkozy rented a home, at the time on sale for $13 million. New Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is also a Lake Winnipesaukee fan, he proposed to his wife along the lake and vacations there each summer. He’s even said he named his daughter “Winnie” after the lake.

Take the video tour of the property

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