Quality of Life

The leading cities of Nashua, Salem, and Manchester combine with the capital city of Concord to provide the lion’s share of urban amenities in New Hampshire. Residents of southern Maine enjoy access to these attractions as well as those in Portland and Portsmouth. Brattleboro, famous as one of the nation’s leading small-town art communities, anchors the Windham County region in South Vermont. Throughout this tri-state region, newcomers will discover a pleasing selection of homes that are set in environments from urban to rural that offer diverse architectural styles, sizes, and price ranges. Stunning New England designs or historic homes in welcoming villages harmonize with fine condominiums, attractive townhouses, and master-planned planned communities. In some cases, entire villages are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, creating postcard perfect New England images around the four seasons.

A true paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and naturalists, New England offers a wealth of natural beauty. The beaches at Rye and Hampton, White Mountain National Forest, the Isles of Shoals, and the nine islands off the New Hampshire coast are just a few of the popular destinations. Canobie Lake Park in Salem is a 50-acre amusement park featuring the largest roller coaster in New England. Ski resorts, trails for hiking and horseback riding, country clubs, golf clubs, and sparkling lakes for world-class water sports are all popular. Symphony, opera, dance, theatre, and musical concerts fill the calendar with events that showcase local and national talent. This beautiful region with its roots in a proud past and its sights set on a bright future, is a premier choice for those considering the New England lifestyle.

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