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Formerly Country Lakes Management
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HOMEOWNERS - We would be pleased to list your property.

  • Old Mill Properties Rentals maintains the only number one position on Google and its partners for all relevant Newfound Lake rental search terms. The power of this placement converts to rental weeks from a customer base around the globe.
  • We are the largest, best known and one of the most respected rental companies on Newfound Lake, celebrating 23 years in the business.
  • We have built better than 57% repeat clientele from our years in the business and our thousands of happy families.
  • We work with and speak personally to all customers to ensure they understand your property and the guidelines they are expected to follow before we confirm the rental with you, the homeowner.
  • We photograph, represent, advertise and appraise the rental value of your home when requested to do so.
  • We prepare leases, collect all rental fees, handle all security deposits, release keys, and provide a comprehensive and attractive welcome package for each visitor.
  • We are the first point of contact for all tenant problems 24/7 from mid June to September.
  • We provide comprehensive services for both the tenants and the owners in a most courteous and professional manner.
  • Old Mill Properties Rentals abides by all Fair Housing laws.
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            Old Mill Properties formerly Country Lakes Management  507 Lake Street Bristol, New Hampshire 03222       Local Phone: 603-744-8526

Newfound Lake is located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, within the towns of Bridgewater, Bristol, Alexandria, and Hebron. The lake is located in a section of New Hampshire known as the Lakes Region. At 4,451 acres, it is the third-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire. The lake's water is refreshed twice-over annually by underground springs.

The lake is about 2½ miles wide and 6 miles (9.7 km) long and has a maximum depth of 183 feet (56 m). Major tributaries include the Fowler River and the Cockermouth River. Its outlet is the Newfound River, flowing into the Pemigewasset River.