You are viewing Lake Sunapee NH Homes with 1 Bedroom between $0 and $30000000 dollars.
Under Contract Sunapee NH Home for sale $$95,000 $109 per sq.ft.

$95,000 $109 per sq.ft. Sunapee NH Home »

Price Change! Reduced by $14,500 down 15% on September 5th 2018
Town Residents Only Waterfront on Lake Sunapee
1 Beds | 1 Baths |   Total Sq. Ft. 875  |  Acres: 1
Tuesday Aug 14, 2018
Description: Cute one bedroom one bathroom cottage on 103B in Sunapee. Bring your imagination and make this place your own! See MLS Property & Listing Details & 8 images.

$279,000 $320 per sq.ft. Sunapee NH Home »

Price Change! Reduced by $116,000 down 42% on August 17th 2018
170 Ft. of Owned Waterfront on Lake Mountain View Lake
1 Beds | 1 Baths |   Total Sq. Ft. 872  |  Acres: 0.28
Saturday Mar 3, 2018
Description: Lovely level property with approximately 170 feet shoreline on pristine, Class A Mountain View Lake. Enjoy this seasonal camp with wide water views, a long dock and just minutes to Mt. Sunapee Ski Resort, or plan to build the home of your dreams. Property is currently serviced by lake water and a septic holding tank. New Clean solutions septic system design is in process. A great opportunity!! See MLS Property & Listing Details & 20 images.

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