The Most Expensive Homes In New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a naturally beautiful state but its homes and architecture also help make it look even more visually stunning. If you are like us and love to browse expensive yet luxurious homes, then this is the place for you. 

We are going to be taking a look at some of the most expensive homes in New Hampshire to see how much they cost, where in New Hampshire they are, and what makes them so expensive! 

So, scroll down and check them out! 

51 Rocky Shore Road, Wolfeboro

Built in 1990, this amazing home can be found on a 1.76 acreage near the waterfront of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. The house holds 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, along with an array of other entertainment rooms.

The architecture includes high vaulted ceilings, an outdoor porch with a cover, and plenty of tall windows so you can appreciate the beautiful view from every room. 

But one of the most impressive features of this expensive home is the landscaping.

There are koi ponds with waterfalls, small footpaths with bridges so you can wander amongst the shrubbery and flowers, getting lost in nature just a mere few feet from your home. 

All of this costs an eye-watering $14.9 million!

144 Springfield Point, Wolfeboro 

This lakeside manor is easily one of the most expensive houses in New Hampshire, having last been sold for $12.3 million.

With over 17,000 square feet of land, this manor is filled with various rooms and features that make it the ideal home. 

There are 9 bedrooms in total, with 11 total bathrooms, a circular driveway, heated garage with space for six cars, and an attached barn.

All 7.10 acres of land are fully landscaped, and the building itself has some amazing features including a circle tower, stone bases, columns and porches.

It’s certainly a treat to look at and if you ever grow bored of looking at the house itself, you can just turn your eye to the lakeside view and be amazed at the beauty on show there. 

With stunning lake views, more than four stories of amazing rooms including a games room, spa, sauna, gym, and a theater, this mansion has everything you could want or need in a New Hampshire home. 

32 Wisteria Drive, Dover

In Dover, New Hampshire, you can find this sprawling mansion for just under $12 million. The architecture has all the charm of a New England home, stretched across over 16 acres, and fitted with plenty of features fit for a mansion. 

Follow the circular drive up to the front door and you will be able to see for yourself the high quality stonemasonship and craftsmanship that has gone into designing this amazing house.

The quality continues inside where there are high vaulted ceilings and a marine-like sense of decor built into the features of the house.

From the knots in the staircase railings, to the rich wooden panels used for most of the walls in the house, there’s certainly a mute naval that creates a lot of character. 

As for features, this house is perfect for guests as it boasts an attached guest house, a total of 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, and plenty of amazing entertainment rooms including a home tether, spa, gym, chipping green, and golf-simulator room. 

As a result, this amazing house in Dover, New Hampshire, works great as an everyday home or as a weekend getaway – depending on whichever you prefer! 

268 Governor Wentworth Highway, Tuftonboro

This expensive New Hampshire house is found on the Winnstone Estate, right on the shoreline of Lake Winnipesaukee.

This means you are literally just a few footsteps away from the waters of the lake, and this $12.5 million home comes with its own docking system so you can enjoy the lake anyway you want. 

However, this ‘house’ is not just a house – it’s made up of three different buildings known as the Lodge, the Barn, and the Farmhouse. 

The Lodge itself is the main building with multiple floors, massive floor to ceiling windows so you can look out onto the lake from pretty much any room, a huge stone fireplace which is a stunning character feature, and plenty of exposed wooden beams to give your home a cozy, lodge aesthetic.

There is a main suite, and four guest suites, as well as a speakeasy bar and family room, making it the perfect place to host many guests during the holidays. 

If you need more room, then the Farmhouse hosts three bedrooms, and the barn is a huge open space that can be used to store all kinds of toys and host events. 

So, it’s easy to see why this estate is one of the most expensive homes in New Hampshire!

16 Burke Road, Peterborough 

Not all of New Hampshire’s expensive homes have waterfront views – this $8.5 million estate can be found deep within Peterborough, surrounded by forestry,  with 165 acres of space.

This estate is known as Shadow Fox Farm, and has all the amenities needed to house plenty of horses – including a barn complex, stalls, indoor arena, pens, and management offices. 

However, this estate houses more than just horses. There’s also a main house and guest house with private pools and hot tubs, a sauna, yoga room and gym, and a recreational room. There are 8 total bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. 

So, if you love horses and want to move to a home by a farm with plenty of space and amenities, then this estate is definitely one for you to check out. 

Final Thoughts

So, New Hampshire is home to plenty of expensive estates and mansions. 

A lot of them feature waterside views, especially around Lake Winnipesaukee, but these expensive houses have more to offer than just stunning views.

From horse barns to guest houses, docking systems or indoor pools, home movie theaters to amazing garden landscaping, these homes have so much to offer – including a massive price tag! 


Kyle Battis is a life-long NH resident that enjoys making his way around the state, sampling delicious food and drinks, and sharing his experiences. Follow us at