Spring on Lees Pond

Lees Pond comes alive in spring when wild life awakens and trees and plants begin to bloom.

Summer on Lees Pond

On sunny summer days you will often have the pond to yourself for canoeing, kayaking and swimming.

Fall on Lees Pond

The autumn views can't be beat with the beautiful foliage and foraging animals preparing for winter.

Winter on Lees Pond

Winter is a magical time of year with glistening snow and the many species of birds that make Lees pond their home all year long.

Lees Pond is a special place in the Lakes Region of NH. It cover 180 acres. There are 26 properties scattered around the pond, with a small island located close to the center of the pond, Emerson Island. Wildlife is abundant; eagles, osprey, occasional moose, bear, turkey, myriad of ducks, occasional egret, heron, deer, otter, mink and lots of songbirds to visit the feeders.

Lees Pond Association is voluntary but active. There is an annual meeting in the summer where special projects like milfoil control/management and purchase of abutting conservation land, are discussed and coordinated. And of course the quality trends (Ph, clarity, oxygen content, etc.) are monitored by the association. Home values range from about $250K to over $2 million. It is a great neighborhood that comprises good, friendly folks who work to improve the quality of Lees Pond.

Kayaking and canoeing are very popular but jet skis are not permitted as motors are restricted to 7.5 HP. There is great fishing, especially for bass and pickerel. Some folks like to paddle board and wind surf as well. Swimming is popular along the shores of the southern 2/3 of the Pond while the more northern shores are shallow where a raft would be better suited. In the winter X-Country skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, ice fishing and other winter sports are enjoyed.

There is a spillway at the south end of the pond where Lees Pond flows into Lake Winnipesaukee, however it is not navigable. There are sixteen docks as part of Lees Mills Boating Association. Several Lees Pond homeowners own docks there. Sometimes the docks are available for rent, allowing direct access to the Big Lake.

If you love nature, pond life, clean water and great neighbors, then you might want to make Lees Pond your HOME.

Check out this Blue Heron on Lees Pond!

A Look at Lees Pond

  • History

    Lees Pond is located directly upstream from the northernmost point of Lake Winnipesaukee, in Moultonborough, NH. Lees Mill, located adjacent to the outlet of Lees Pond, was once a logging headquarter. Often the pond and bay would be filled with floating logs. In spring, small steam boats, many with barges alongside, would tow the huge rafts of logs to Wolfeborough, Alton Bay, Lakeport or Meredith.

    Buyers and Sellers

    Why Roche Realty

    Local Ownership • Local People • Local Decisions

    Strong personal relationships are the foundation upon which Roche Realty Group was built. Today, this philosophy remains the cornerstone of our company. With 2 offices, a team of over 40 professional REALTORS® and a full time support /marketing staff, our company is growing and changing to meet the needs of our clients and the communities in which we serve.

    Today, Roche Realty Group is one of New Hampshire’s largest independent real estate companies. During the past year, the firm reported a sales volume in excess of $161 million, representing a 27% increase in sales volume compared to the previous year. The sales of $161 million and 584 transaction sides represents our highest year in total sales volume in the company’s history.

    For 40 years the name “Roche” has been respected in Lakes Region real estate. Everyone in our organization is deeply committed to providing you with whatever it takes to make your real estate dreams become a reality.

    We utilize various cutting-edge technologies. Our comprehensive advertising program, state-of-the-art web presence and extensive networking capabilities enable us to sell your property in the fastest time possible. Our marketing strategies are tailored to fit your individual needs.

    We welcome you to learn more about our real estate firm and we look forward to helping you make informed real estate decisions.

    Bob Clark / Profile

    Bob Clark - Lees Pond Resident, 82 Blake Road, Moultonborough - Realtor (Reg.), Roche Realty Group

    • Many of the skills that Bob developed in his 32 years in the chemical industry (Dupont) and computer industry (Digital Equip. DEC), Bob has transferred to his almost 20 years in Real Estate
    • Listening to Customers/Clients, and translating their needs to requirements documents, for their purchase or sale
    • Looking at different Alternatives, the Feasibility of those alternatives, and then putting together a plan
    • This "mini-project" approach works well for both buyers and sellers
    • From <$50K Land sales to multi million dollar waterfronts, Customer Satisfaction is Bob's primary objective
    • Bob has served as the chair for Moultonborough's Conservation Commission, forming the Moultonborough Milfoil Committee now recognized throughout the state of NH; served on the Master Plan Steering Committee, Water, Natural and Environmental Resources Work Group, and member of the New Hampshire Audubon Society
    • Specializing in Waterfront properties, New Hampshire Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act (CSPA) renamed Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act; small Lakes, Ponds, Log-Homes, Land including large tracts and Conservation land



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    Or, just want to talk about Lees Pond....... CALL BOB CLARK (603) 321-0819