The Seacoast Area can include 30-40 area towns and has been recognized consistently in local as well as national polls, as one of the BEST PLACES in which to live. That recognition, which is well founded, has driven many to our area. Couple this with a general trend for Massachusetts residents to seek somewhat less expensive living "across the state line", and an image of a relatively Tax Free State [NH has no sales or income tax], and one can understand why the Seacoast has consistently been a great area in which to invest in real estate.
But the beauty of this area is why they stay. The towns have remained relatively small and quaint. Many private and higher educational institutions augment solid, well established public schools.
There is also a kaleidoscope of options for real estate investment. We have towns offering historical properties over 4 centuries old as well as new town homes with the latest conveniences. Our extensive waterways offer frontage, views and access to ocean, marshes, rivers, ponds and lakes. We are within an hour to Boston or Portland, Maine; less than an hour to skiing, major lakes and mountains, with air, train and bus service easily accessible.
Many have come to visit the Seacoast area of New Hampshire or Southern Maine and decided to stay. In the many years I've practiced real estate here I have found that to be the true more than one would expect. If you are discovering it for the first time you will love it because it draws you back to return again and again. As I said many move here because of the charm and if you want to be one of us lucky enough to live here, contact us at Buyer's Brokers of the Seacoast, we'll be happy to help you find your piece of the Seacoast so you can take pride in calling it "home".
- Jim Albert, owner and broker
The list represents areas in which we have repeatedly helped our clients buy homes, BUT we will investigate areas outside of these places if you wish. We love to venture into different parts of New Hampshire and Maine, as long as it's within driving distance!
Alton, NH = Alton School District
Portsmouth, NH = Portsmouth Schools
Barrington, NH = SAU74.org
Brentwood, E. Kingston, Exeter, Stratham,Newfields, and Kensington, NH = SAU16.org
Chester, NH = ChesterNH.org
Dover , NH = Dover.k12.NH.us
Durham, Madbury, and Lee, NH = ORCSD.org
Epping, NH = SAU14.org
Farmington and Middleton NH = SAU61.org
Fremont , NH = SAU83.org
Greenland, New Castle,Newington, and Rye, NH = SAU50.org
Hampton, Hampton Falls,No Hampton, So Hampton, Seabrook, NH = SAU21.k12.NH.us
Hampstead, NH = Hampstead.k12.NH.us
Kingston, Sanborn, Newton, NH = SAU17.org
New Durham, NH = GovWentworth.k12.NH.us
Newmarket, NH = Newmarket.k12.NH.us
Northwood, Nottingham, and Strafford, NH = SAU44.org
Raymond, NH = SAU33.com
Rochester, NH = RochesterSchools.com
Atkinson, Danville, Plaistow, and Sandown , NH = Timberlane.net
Somersworth, Rollinsford, NH = SAU56.org
Phillips Exeter Academy –local & boarding students grade 9 -12 & post-graduate level – located in Exeter, NH
Portsmouth Christian Academy – Pre-school through 12th grade - located in Dover, NH
Sacred Heart School – Pre-k through 8th grade – located in Hampton, NH
Saint Patrick School – grades E.C. 3 through 8 – located in Portsmouth, NH
St. Mary Academy – Pre K through 8thgrade – located in Dover, NH
St. Thomas Aquinas High School – grades 9 -12 – located in Dover, NH
University of New Hampshire– located in Durham, NH
Berwick, N.Berwick (Maine) = BerwickMaine.org
Eliot, South Berwick (Maine) = MSAD35.net
Kittery (Maine) = KitterySchools.org
Wells, Ogunquit (Maine) = WOCSD.org
York (Maine) = YorkSchools.org
Berwick Academy – preK through 12thgrade – located in South Berwick, Maine
University of New England– located inBiddeford, Maine
Portsmouth named 'most romantic city' February 2010 [MSN.Com]
New Hampshire is #1 again "The 10 states with the best quality of life"
Portsmouth On CNN Travel's Most Romantic Cities' Top 10 List!
Official NH State Gov Website
Visit New Hampshire
EnchantedLearning.com New Hampshire Facts, Map and State Symbols
Ben's Guide to New Hampshire Facts
Official Maine Gov Website
EnchantedLearning.com Maine Facts, Map and State Symbols
Ben's Guide to Maine Facts