New England has a heck of a lot of water.

We previously chatted about the deepest and longest lakes and rivers in New Hampshire, aka Lake Winnipesaukee and the Connecticut River, respectively. One of the most dangerous rivers in the country can also be found in the Granite State. We then concluded the longest river in Maine to be the Saint John River, with a total length of 418 miles, and the deepest Maine lake to be Sebago Lake, at 300+ feet.

But what about Massachusetts?

The Bay State is home to more than 20 rivers, 1,500 miles of coastline, and a whopping 3,000+ lakes and ponds, according to the state's official website. But which of its many lakes is the deepest?

According to WorldAtlas, that title goes to the Quabbin Reservoir. It's located in central Massachusetts under an hour from Amherst, and "occupies an area of 99.97 kmand reaches a maximum depth of 46 m." The State of Massachusetts says that the Quabbin Reservoir also consists of "412 billion gallons, 39 square miles, and 181 miles of shoreline," and is "one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in the United States." Wowza. Since it serves as a source of drinking water for over three million people, recreational activities at the reservoir are understandably limited. That said, WorldAtlas explains that you can still look at the scenery through an observation tower.

Speaking of lakes, take a look inside this $7.9M lake house that's any outdoorsman or woman's dream.

Kenneth Irving's $7.9 Million Lakefront House For Sale in Maine is Every Outdoorsmen's Dream

Kenneth Irving, the former oil exec, is selling his lakefront home in Orland, ME for $7.9 million and the price is right for what you get.

Now, let's walk through this $19.5M New Hampshire lake house.

Read On: Take a Peak Inside This $19.5M Lake House in New Hampshire

Welcome to.144 Springfield Point Road in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire a super property listed by Jamieson Duston of Duston Leddy Real Estate

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