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New Build on Crescent Lake.
Before & after images of our recent renovation.
RIDGEVIEW ESTATES - A private neighborhood in a country setting, homes at Ridgeview Estates are within a mile to the Lake Winnipesaukee shores and downtown, low-tax, Wolfeboro. The lakes region is a coveted area in New England, featuring superb boating and sailing, quiet beaches, pristine golf courses, antique shops, highly ranked ski areas, delicious eateries and gorgeous scenery. At Ridgeview Estates, we have home packages for everyone, including those looking for single-story so you can live in this incredible town and region.
13 Ambrose Way | Wolfeboro, NH
A lot with a view! 1.84 acres of pure New England heaven that's awaiting a custom home of your choosing!
Add'l lots available on Ambrose Way
We have more lots/home packages available that haven't been listed yet on the MLS (or Zillow).
Ridgeview Estates FAQs
Q. How big are the lots in Ridgeview Estates?
Lots range in size from just under 1 acre to 9 acres.
Q. Must we use your plans or can we bring our own plan?
We can use your plan, one of our plans or develop one from scratch very reasonably to get exactly what you are looking for.
Q. How long does the home take to build?
Much of that is dependent on a customer's ability to make selections in advance of beginning construction. We prefer to have them made in advance of construction to enhance surety of cost and smooth scheduling.
Q. What is required for a down payment?
In most cases, the land is purchased and then there are monthly draws based on a pro ration of construction.
Q. Are there association dues?
Presently there are no dues in Ridgeview Estates. We have been taking on the plowing and planting of flowers. The road is slated to become a town road dues may be charged in the interim and are slated to be less than $50 monthly.
62 Ambrose Way in Wolfeboro, NH
3 beds| 2.5 baths| 1,942 sq ft| 1.98 acres| $440,000
In addition to the home packages we have available at Ridgeview Estates, we also have a handful of other projects on and around the lake that are currently underway. We'll be adding content often so check back for insights on current trends, before-and-after photos, and short videos of cool stuff that will surely inspire you!
Flame Finishing Bluestone
So why would you use a torch on a rustic material like stone? Over the last ten years, bluestone has become an increasingly popular choice for lakes region homeowners. It's a great design pick for walkways, patios and mantles, because it pairs so well with brick and comes in an array of sizes and shapes. Using an acetylene torch, imperfections can be removed from the stone to give it even more unique character.
Black flagpole installation
From Home Search to Purchase to Design to Creation. Our team are ready to work for you!