Tuftonboro is in Carroll County. Bounded on the southwest by Lake Winnipesaukee, it includes the villages of Tuftonboro Corner, Center Tuftonboro, Melvin Corner, Melvin Village and Mirror Lake. Tuftonboro was the only incorporated place in New Hampshire owned by just one man, John Tufton Mason, for whom the town was named. The town has a total area of 50.0 square miles which includes Melvin River, Beech River, Mirror Lake and Dan Hole Pond. The highest point in Tuftonboro is the south peak of Mount Shaw, elevation 2,930 feet, on the town's northwest boundary. The town has miles of winding back roads, rolling fields, old homesteads and beautiful scenic views of the Ossipee Mountains to the northeast. New Hampshire routes 171, 109 and 109A cross the town, all generally in a northwest to southeast direction. Melvin Village, a village of Tuftonboro, is a summer vacation spot on Melvin Bay of Lake Winnipesaukee. It has a marina and many lakeside homes and cottages that are for rent. It is also a popular spot for antique shopping. Melvin Village is in the western part of Tuftonboro, near the town of Moultonborough. Also part of Tuftonboro are several islands in Lake Winnipesaukee including Little Bear Island and Cow Island among others.
View Tuftonboro New Hampshire Homes for Sale
Scroll down to find current real estate for sale in Tuftonboro, NH. Look through a variety of listings to find your new property. For more information or to schedule a showing, please feel free to contact us. You can also register with the site to save your favorite listings and to get email updates when new properties match your criteria.
You may also be interested in Alton real estate