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Whitefield NH Real Estate

3 Sights to Behold—Looking for Whitefield, NH real estate for sale?

Cool, clean, crisp mountain air. Does it get any better? We don’t think so. This is just one of the reasons we at Badger Realty love serving Coos County. We especially love towns like Whitefield, NH that are so close to the White Mountains.

What does a town like Whitefield, NH have to offer someone looking to purchase a home there? Let us tell you!

3 Lovely Sights to Behold in Whitefield, NH

It’s really difficult to compile a list of just 3 attractions, but we’ve worked hard to do so. This list will show you why to consider purchasing a home in Whitefield, NH.

  1. Lakes Galore. For anyone who loves water—either to look at it and meditate, or for those who love water sports—Whitefield, NH is the place to be. There are many options, including Johns River, Forest Lake, Burns Lake, and the gorgeous Mirror Lake near the center of Whitefield.
  2. Victorian Architecture. Nothing brings back the nostalgia of yesteryear like Victorian architecture. This can be seen throughout New England, but is a distinct feature of Whitefield.
  3. Presidential Range. The Presidential Range consists of 19 miles of mountain range. There are 13 mountains, and 9 of them are over 4000 feet high. The tallest range is Mount Washington. If you’re an avid hiker, you’ll want to take on the challenge others have embarked upon – hike the entire 19 mile range in a day, or 2-4 days during the winter months.

Contact Badger Realty to See These Lovely Sights and Much More

Are you curious about Whitefield, NH? Are you wondering what kinds of homes are for sale in this beautiful little village? If so, we would love to take you around to some of the lovely real estate Whitefield, NH has to offer.


Shelburne NH Real Estate

Shelburne, NH real estate for sale—Experience its Rich History and Breathtaking Beauty

One of the attractions of living on the East Coast is our rich history. And, of course, who can deny the beauty of this part of the country? If you’re looking for an East Coast home, you have many options to choose from. Have you considered purchasing one in the lovely town of Shelburne, NH?

Why Shelburne, NH Is an Awesome Place to Live

With all of the options available for East Coast living, why choose Shelburne, NH? Here are just 2 reasons why we love this little town.

  1. The Rich History. To be fair, there’s a lot of history on the East Coast, but Shelburne has a “claim to fame”, as it were, that its residents are particularly proud of. Back in 1769, the town was named after the Earl of Shelburne who was a supporter of American colonial independence. It is partly because of the Earl of Shelburne that King George II of England was willing to recognize United States’ independence. And the historical facts don’t end there. Shelburne’s history includes that of Native Americans and the Atlantic Railroad.
  2. Absolutely Breathtaking Beauty. Shelburne, NH is incredibly popular with photographers, artists and nature lovers. There is a World War II memorial set in amongst a grove of birch trees that is absolutely beautiful. Additionally, residents enjoy the stunning Mount Washington Valley.

Badger Realty—Now Serving Beautiful, Historic Shelburne, NH

We’ve proudly served the North Conway area for many decades, and we’re happy to announce that we now serve Coos County, including Shelburne. We are passionate about New Hampshire real estate and we know that we can help you find the perfect house to call home. Proudly home to the Leadmine State Forest, Shelburne also boasts yet another crossing location for the Appalachian Trail. Shelburne NH Real Estate is varied in acreage, price range and views!

If you’re ready to look for a home in Shelburne, please give us a call today!

Dummer NH Real Estate

Enjoy the Great Outdoors—3 Reasons To Move to Dummer, NH

With a population of just over 300 people, Dummer, NH real estate for sale may not seem like an obvious choice when thinking about where to buy a home. But really, that shouldn’t be the only consideration when it comes to home buying.

3 Reasons You Might Want to Move to Dummer, NH

Of course, you will want to look at schools, shops, restaurants and the community calendar to see what a town like Dummer can offer.

The main reasons we love Dummer, NH is because of what it offers in the way of the great outdoors. Here are 3 of our favorites.

  1. Great for Water Lovers. If you love the water, then you will love Dummer. Water lovers have many options to choose from for kayaking, canoeing, swimming and fishing, including the Upper Ammonoosuc River, the Androscoggin River and the Pontook Reservoir.
  2. Bird watching. The Pontook Reservoir is considered a hotspot for bird watching. Over 200 species of birds visit the reservoir. Even rare birds, like Snow Buntings, can occasionally be seen here.
  3. The Seclusion. Part of the appeal of small town living is the peace and quiet. We all lead very busy lives; it’s nice to be able to get away from it all by going home. And imagine how wonderful it would be if that home was in a beautiful, secluded area surrounded by the natural beauty of New Hampshire.

Badger Realty Can Help You Find the Ideal Dummer, NH Home

If small towns, peace, seclusion, and nature all appeal to you, Dummer, NH might be the right town for you to consider a home purchase. We would love to show you around and help you find your ideal home. Give us a call to schedule a home viewing or two in Dummer, NH.

Milan NH Real Estate

Milan, NH—2 Reasons Why It’s A Great Little Town for Young Families

Oftentimes, when people think of looking for Milan, NH real estate for sale, they picture a place where there’s not much going on and where many of the inhabitants are old-timers. We can’t deny that there’s a lot going on for younger people in the bigger cities, but that doesn’t mean they should rule out small town living, especially if they have a young family.

2 Reasons Why Milan, NH Is a Great Option for Young Families

We at Badger Realty could go on all day long about the benefits of living in Milan, NH, but here are our top 2 reasons why this is a great town for young families.

  1. The Demographics. Yes, the population is under 1500 people, but the average age of a resident of Milan, NH is 41 years old. Over 25% of the population is under 18 years of age, and almost 34% is made up of those under 45 years of age. This means that there are young families, and you have a great opportunity to make friends.
  2. Things to Do. While Milan may not rival a big city, there are plenty of fun things to do for the whole family. Your kids will love the variety of outdoor activities including skiing, snowboarding, swimming, rafting and camping. In addition, there are parks, recreation centers and historical sites the whole family to enjoy.

Badger Realty—Helping You Find the Ultimate Family Home in Milan, NH

Are you a young family looking to purchase a new home? If so, Milan, NH might be just the right place. We welcome you to visit and see what the town has to offer. While you’re here, contact us to view some homes for sale. We’re happy to help you find the ultimate home for your family.

Gorham NH Real Estate

Gorham NH is a town in Northern New Hampshire and is located in Coos County. Gorham is situated inside the White Mountains, and parts of the White Mountain National Forest are in the northwest and south. Hikers making their way up the Appalachian Trail can be seen throughout the summer months.

If you looking for a new home in New Hampshire, whether you’re already a resident or are considering a move here, we thought we would help you out a bit.

Gorham, NH real estate for sale —3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Moving Here

We love Gorham, NH and think that it’s more than just a great place to visit. It’s a wonderful place to live. To convince you of that, here is our list of the top 3 reasons to consider a move to beautiful Gorham, NH.

  1. The History. Incorporated in 1836, Gorham, NH is celebrating its 180th year this year. Gorham started out as a farming and logging town, later becoming a “railroad town”. This change brought tourists from Boston and Canada. You can learn more about the history of this lovely town by visiting the Train Depot, a museum housing boxcars and locomotives.
  2. The Small Town Atmosphere. At the time of its incorporation, Gorham’s population numbered only 150. While a bit larger today, we still haven’t exceeded 3000. There is a charming, close-knit, small town atmosphere that permeates Gorham. The residents here are true neighbors. You and your family will make friendships that last a lifetime.
  3. There’s Something For Everyone. One of the supposed drawbacks of a small town is that it won’t appeal to a variety of people, especially those from bigger cities. We can guarantee you, though, that Gorham, NH has its share of gourmet restaurants, wonderful shops and quality accommodations.

Contact Badger Realty When Considering a Move to Gorham, NH

Of course, this is just 3 reasons to consider Gorham. If you’d like to find out more about why we think you should call Gorham, NH home, or if you’d like to schedule some home viewings, give us a call!