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Home Buying in New Castle and Hampton

Lora Davis

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New Castle New Hampshire is located in the County of Rockingham in New Hampshire. It is the smallest town in New Hampshire and is completely made up of islands. It is at New Hampshire’s eastern most coast and there are less than 1000 people who call New Castle home. Looking for New Castle NH houses for sale customers will find a choice of condos, single family homes, and multi-family homes. New Castle, as do most of New Hampshire’s towns, is rich in history and dates back to the years when the United States was first settled. Prices for homes in this tiny New England town will run between $300,000 and $400,000 for a condo, around the $899,000 mark for a multi-family home, and between one and five million for a single family home. New Castle NH houses for sale are pointed to upscale living. The town is home to many beautiful mansions and has several marinas which are filled with yachts.

New Castle has no school district of its own. The student population of the town is less than 100 students, which does not post the need for a school within the town itself. Students attend the schools in nearby Portsmouth, which continuously maintain a high rating. Because New Castle New Hampshire is so small and is home to high end residents, the poverty level is 0.0%, which is almost never seen. Home buyers considering a purchase in New Castle will find stunning, sometimes gated homes and manicured lawns.

Hampton NH houses for sale run throughout a wide range of prices, depending upon what the customer is looking for. The average two bedroom, two bath home can begin in the $200,000’s and rise from there depending upon location and the addition of rooms as well as square feet. Hampton, NH houses for sale include homes on the water, as well as rural homes and homes in the town itself. A condo or a penthouse on the water can cost a home buyer upwards of $800,000, again, depending upon the number of rooms and the square footage. The more amenities, the higher the price, including the HOA fee.

Hampton New Hampshire is the home of Hampton Beach, a popular vacation spot for travelers and you can also find New Castle, NH Houses for sale near by. For summer fun this is the place to be, drawing people from all over New Hampshire, as well as other areas of the country. Residents of Hampton New Hampshire say that the beach is an active, bustling hub for about ten weeks out of the year, until after Labor Day when they hold their annual Seafood Festival. Residents have the opportunity to take advantage of summer life at Hampton Beach without having to leave home. The beach provides big name entertainment every weekend at its popular Casino Ballroom, which is open to the public. Residents and vacationers enjoy weekly fireworks as well as a variety of opportunities to eat local foods, from typical food at the beach to fine dining. After Labor Day life slows down in the town of Hampton. The crowds go home and life returns to normal for those who have chosen Hampton New Hampshire as home.


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