Area Info

New Hampshire is known for its seacoast, lakes, mountains and overall natural beauty. From the countless lakes, to the rugged seacoast to the Great North Woods there is something for everyone who lives or visits.


In New Hampshire we are fortunate enough to have the White Mountain National Forest which is a large recreational treasure and affords climbers, hikers and campers a bounty of natural settings to explore.  Year after year families flock to New Hampshire to enjoy the beaches, lakes and mountains of each unique area of the state.


The New Hampshire Seacoast is a unique 13 mile stretch along the Atlantic Ocean.  You can find both rocky shorelines and beautiful sandy beaches, some of the most popular being Hampton and Rye.  In addition, New Hampshire has several regions that all share the common beauty of the state but offer unique experiences. Be sure to take the time to explore all areas of this wonderful state, whether you have been here a lifetime or if you are a newcomer! People in New Hampshire are friendly and anywhere you go, you are sure to make a new friend.


Our office is in Southern New Hampshire which was one of the first places in the state to be permanently settled by Europeans in the 17th century, creating a rich history and cultural hub in this area.  From museums to food to breweries there is something for everyone to enjoy here!


Regions in New Hampshire are: Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, Great North Woods Region, Lakes Region, Merrimack Valley Region, Monadnock Region, Seacoast Region and the White Mountains Region. From the spectacular Kancamagus Highway to the lakes, rivers and Mountains to the family fun attractions such as Polar Caves, Story Land and Santa’s Village there is no end to the opportunities to try new things and enjoy the outdoors.

Click here to view waterfront listings in Southern New Hampshire.

Click here for more information and things to do on the New Hampshire seacoast.