With fresh snowfall and bright sunshine, winter at The Balsams is simply magical. There is a stunning view from any point on the entire 11,000 acres, whether you are out exploring the wilderness or visiting our Sales Gallery and relaxing in the cozy, historic Hale House. We hope you enjoy the photos in the gallery below.
The view from the Hampshire House into the Notch on a snowy day.Photo by: Judi Howcroft
Looking across Lake Gloriette towards the historic Hampshire House.
Our Real Estate Sales Executives showing the site of the future Balsams Baths.
Moose Lake, nestled within 5,500 acres of conserved land, makes a serene winter stop.
It may be snowing, but the Real Estate Sales Gallery and its fresh cookies are always welcoming.
The best way to end a day in Dixville is with a twilight snowshoe.
As a pet friendly resort, we welcome all of our furry friends who enjoy playing in the snow!
Lead Developer, Les Otten, joins a real estate tour; he enjoys meeting all of our future Founders.
Snowshoes ready and waiting for their next outing in the wilderness!
The road to the Panorama golf course takes us up in elevation, and the snow only gets deeper!
Winter Real Estate visits sometimes lead to touring the Great Lawn by snowshoe.
Sophie, one of our Balsams dogs, playing outside Hale House.
Inside the cozy Real Estate Sales Gallery where our Founders select their future residence.