Imagine waking on a winter weekend morning and seeing the season's first snowfall from your window. The pressing decision of the day is whether to have another cup of coffee, drive to nearby Dartmouth to see the show at the Hood Museum of Art, start a fire in the fireplace, go skiing on Mt. Sunapee, or put on cross country skis for the first time this season.  

You can live in a year round community made up of working families and others at some stage of retiring in what appears to be a vacation setting ... just minutes from Dartmouth and Lake Sunapee, and surrounded by nature as far as the eye can see.

Yet, just a few miles away is world class dining, a rich diversity of academic lectures and adult education, and the level of visual and performing arts only college towns like Hanover and New London, NH can offer and Dartmouth and Colby-Sawyer can help deliver. 

If you're considering a home for your family in a rural setting with modern amenities in the heart of New England, you owe it to yourself to visit Gray Ledges condominiums.

 
The beauty and perils of frozen water in front of a panoramic view  looking toward Mt. Sunapee.

The beauty and perils of frozen water in front of a panoramic view  looking toward Mt. Sunapee.

Imagine your home overlooking the New Hampshire fall foliage in the Upper Valley.

Imagine your home overlooking the New Hampshire fall foliage in the Upper Valley.

 
A cardinal and a hairy woodpecker are two of the over 70 species of birds who call Gray Ledges their home or layover. 

A cardinal and a hairy woodpecker are two of the over 70 species of birds who call Gray Ledges their home or layover.