South Peak at Loon

Mountain

South Peak at Loon Mountain

Features & Benefits

South Peak at Loon Mountain

Out of 235 towns in the State of New Hampshire, Lincoln is in 30th spot for the lowest property tax under $15.00 per thousand 2019, and New Hampshire is a no income or broad-based sales tax state.

The South Peak at Loon land opportunities are the last remaining vacant waterfront view sites on the Loon Mountain side of the Pemigewasset River.

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The Federal and State forest lands cover 95% of the entire towns total land area, most of the town is not going to ever be developed.

Recreation may be the number one activity in the area. The South Peak Resort at Loon is off one of the largest public ski areas in the state. Specifically, the Ski Home on Loon offer private owners trails and a for owners only lift to the base lodge area.

Spring, summer and fall opportunities incubus the vast national forest and state parks that begin right outside your door and continue to the Canadian border. Hiking, biking, kayaking,

tennis, golf and family attractions are just a few of the many activities people come to the White Mountains to enjoy and explore.

Access… The direct exit off the Interstate highway is one of the most unique features of the Town of Lincoln, New Hampshire. You can go from highway to home in under 5 minutes, providing you don’t get sidetracked by the entertainment and shopping options in town on your way home.

Reconnect… The family vacation home becomes a legacy over time. It is far easier to get other family members and friends to visit when the destination is a place they always want to go.

The Federal and State forest lands cover 95% of the entire towns total land area, most of the town is not going to ever be developed.

Recreation may be the number one activity in the area. The South Peak Resort at Loon is off one of the largest public ski areas in the state. Specifically, the Ski Home on Loon offer private owners trails and a for owners only lift to the base lodge area.

Spring, summer and fall opportunities incubus the vast national forest and state parks that begin right outside your door and continue to the Canadian border. Hiking, biking, kayaking, tennis, golf and family attractions are just a few of the many activities people come to the White Mountains to enjoy and explore.

Access… The direct exit off the Interstate highway is one of the most unique features of the Town of Lincoln, New Hampshire. You can go from highway to home in under 5 minutes, providing you don’t get sidetracked by the entertainment and shopping options in town on your way home.

Reconnect… The family vacation home becomes a legacy over time. It is far easier to get other family members and friends to visit when the destination is a place they always want to go.

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