No matter what you are looking for, you may find it in this beautiful and historic town. Londonderry NH real estate sales have remained fairly steady over the past few years, so they make for good investments.
Londonderry was named after the Irish town from which many of the Scots and Irish who settled had come. It was originally part of the Nutfield area of Massachusetts. When Londonderry was incorporated in 1722, it was larger than the 42 square miles that it is now, including what are now Derry, Manchester, and Windham. The 1790 census recorded 2622 people residing in Londonderry. There are more than 24000 residents today, making it the ninth most populous town in New Hampshire. (See more information about Londonderry New Hampshire below.)
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Linen production was the primary industry of early Londonderry, a trade which was already well known by the Scots and Irish settlers. Londonderry linen was considered the finest in New England, with 25000 yards being produced annually between the years 1731 to 1768. Legend says that George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were among those who favored it. The cloth was marked with a seal to discourage counterfeiters. Today, there are a number of manufacturing plants in Londonderry which represent the largest employers. There is also a main facility for the United Parcel Service.
Manchester is just a 10 mile drive, and Boston, Massachusetts, is a 43 mile drive. Concord is about 25 miles away. Interstate 93, route 102, route 128, and route 28 all bring easy access in and out of town. The Manchester-Boston Airport is partially contained in Londonderry.
Local schools take students through kindergarten to grade 12. There are 4 elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. There are also several private schools covering all grades.Outdoor activities include fishing and hunting, and there are trails dedicated for bicycles, snowmobiles, hikers, and cross country skiers. Popular downhill skiing areas are just a short drive away. The town’s recreation department operates two summer youth programs and a number of youth sports leagues, including baseball, soccer, football, basketball and hockey.
Londonderry has a long history of apple farming and is often nicknamed New Hampshire’s Apple Capitol. The Apple Way section of town comprises four heritage, family-run apple orchards that bring visitors from far and wide during the picking season, which runs from mid-August to late October. They also have other produce and farm-fresh products throughout the year, including pick your own pumpkins. The farms offer a wealth of other attractions, including mazes, hay rides, petting zoos, and baked goods. They are a popular and fun family destination.
The standard of living in Londonderry is quite high. You get to enjoy all the benefits of a suburban lifestyle in historical and beautiful natural surroundings, while being near to all the amenities of the larger cities. Visit Moe Archambault, a Londonderry NH real estate expert, to get started learning about all the wonderful Londonderry NH homes that are available. One of them is bound to be right for you.
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