New Hampshire (NH) Real Estate, New Hampshire Homes, New Hampshire Home sites, Property, Lots and Land For Sale.

The Real Estate Home Guide showcases New Hampshire Property, Homes, Homesites, Communities, Lots and Land for Sale.

Touring winding country roads among quaint villages, you’ll discover the many charms of this New England state. Northern New Hampshire is home to the dramatic White Mountains with delightful villages and awesome alpine scenery. There is no finer place in the East for winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and snowmobiling. In the summer months, New Hampshire transforms into a destination for hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. Along its 13 miles of Atlantic coastline is the historic seaport of Portsmouth, and famed Hampton Beach. And as the fall foliage peaks, the state again transforms itself into a medley of colors that stirs the emotions and renews the spirit.

New Hampshire’ seven regions are wonderfully diverse and embrace all of New England’s lifestyles. The Seacoast offers oceanfront properties in charming towns with names like Wallis Sands and Great Boars Head. The Dartmouth– Lake Sunapee region features lakefront real estate surrounded by pristine New England villages. The Lakes Region encompasses Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam and Squam Lakes with hundreds of miles of shoreline and idyllic lakefront living. The focal point of the Merrimack region is Manchester, the state’s largest city. This thriving town is enjoying a revival with new performing arts venue museums and restored textile mills. Rolling farmland, small towns and seven state parks make the area around 3,000 foot Mount Monadnock highly desirable for mountain–view real estate. The White Mountains are a destination for snow sports enthusiast of every kind seeking ski property and extraordinary vacation home real estate near the Granite State’s highest point, Mount Washington, 6,288 feet above sea level. The Great North Woods are filled with natural beauty, cultural events and traditional New England living.

New Hampshire has a changeable, four season climate affected by the nearness of the ocean, mountains, lakes or rivers. In any season, you’ll love the rugged charm and urban sophistication of the remarkable state of New Hampshire.