Wilton, NH is a peaceful New England community, home to 3,677 residents and located on the New Hampshire – Massachusetts border. Wilton was originally a mill town and is now primarily residential, which makes it an ideal place to live, raise a family and retire. Wilton is a twenty-minute drive from Manchester, NH, and only an hour from Boston, making it an ideal commuter's haven.
Located just 30 minutes north of Nashua, NH, Milford is best known for a range of community events including its “Pumpkin Festival”, held in early October. Milford is ideally situated in the Souhegan Valley, surrounded by residential and commercial areas, and comprising the majority of retail and manufacturing activity in the area. Milford shares characteristics of many New England riverside towns, including old mills and a history of granite quarries.
Located less than 30 minutes south of Manchester, NH, Amherst has plenty of history and outdoor recreation to enjoy year round. With around 12,000 residents and a land area of nearly 35 square miles, Amherst is a growing suburban-rural community that has successfully maintained many desirable historic and rural characteristics. This predominately residential town has a large number of Georgian, Federal, and Greek Revival houses.
Most popularly known for two major annual celebrations; “Lamson Farm Day” and “Mont Vernon Spring Gala”. This town’s sense of community and events is very family friendly. Located in the Hillsborough county just 30 minutes west of Merrimack, NH.
This historical New England town is home to about 1,683 residents. Here you can explore the renowned Wapack National Wildlife Refuge located just 15 minutes away. Other common attractions include; Citizens’ Hall, Hartshorn Memorial Cannon and Lafayette Artillery Company.
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