Through stately columns up a long private driveway rising to its unmatched setting high on a granite ridge...viewing out to three states from its perch at an elevation of more than 1500 feet ...is this magnificent stucco clad Tudor style manor house with detached three car carriage barn. Modelled on aristocratic hunting lodges in the Dordogne, 'Cragside' is named for the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity located in Northumberland, England, home to Lord Armstrong, the inventor of the hydraulic crane and the Armstrong gun. Like the original, this modern estate, completed c.2008, was etched into the granite ledge with great care and engineering skill to create a singular private residence. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of conserved lands and state forest, with easy access to beautiful nature trails and the sandy community beach at crystal clear Cunningham Pond nearby, the property offers unparalleled construction quality, custom woodworking detail and architectural flair though out its spacious interior. A rare opportunity to own one of New Hampshire's finest homes.