Completely refurbished and restored to the original beauty the late Milton Grayton created in 1957, The Cottage Place features eight pine-paneled, lakefront cottages ranging in size from one to six rooms. There are also eight charming cottage suites featuring kitchenettes.

The project is a labor of love for owners Sue Palmer and her mother, Beverly Smith, who bought the property – previously known as the Black Horse Motor Court – in October 2002. “The interiors are rustic and charming and feel like an old New Hampshire lake home,” said Palmer. “We’ve restored original furniture of the era with crisp vintage fabrics and we have also brought back the original gardens, featuring roses and other beautiful flowers.”

The Cottage Place boasts 140 feet of pristine private beach on 7,100-acre Squam Lake, the second largest lake in New Hampshire. Squam was the setting for the Academy Awardä winning 1981 film “On Golden Pond,” which starred Henry Fonda and Katherine Hepburn, who both took home Oscarsä for their heartwarming performances.

Palmer said a 400-square-foot white cedar playground system is being installed, featuring a tower and a gazebo. The Cottage Place also offers dock space for six boats and a classic floating raft for summer swimming fun. The lake is also a mecca for fisherman trying to outwit landlocked Salmon, Lake Trout and Bass.

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