Bob Bahre’s Lake Winnipesaukee Home Sold For $5.6M

SOLD! This stunning property in Alton, New Hampshire has found new owners after being on the market since 2014. The home, built in 2003, sits on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee and boasts impressive features. Spanning over 38,000 square feet, it offers 7 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and sits on a sprawling 9.48-acre lot.

The previous owners, Bob Bahre and his wife Sandra, are well-known in the area. Bob Bahre, the founder of the New Hampshire International Speedway, sold this lakefront property for $5.6 million. Originally, it was part of a larger estate that included two magnificent homes spanning over 63,000 square feet. However, they decided to list the properties separately, and the adjacent mansion, built for their son Gary, was taken off the market in June 2019 after being listed for $4.9 million. The original asking price for both properties combined was a staggering $49 million.

Situated on Clay Point, the estate offers breathtaking views with 733 feet of shoreline. It was developed between 2000 and 2005 and boasts luxurious features such as a grand two-story ballroom, a marble foyer, formal dining and living rooms, a library, a family room, and a fully finished lower level. The property also includes a charming tea house overlooking the lake and a three-bay stone boat house. The grounds are meticulously maintained, adding to the overall beauty of the estate.

The Bahre family, who owned the New Hampshire International Speedway from 1990 to 2007, no longer have ties to New Hampshire after selling the track and other race-related assets to Speedway Motorsports for $340 million. Over the years, they hosted numerous celebrity guests at their Lake Winnipesaukee home, including Steven Tyler, Reba McEntire, Diana Ross, Trace Adkins, and Jeff Gordon.

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