Orange, New Hampshire
Orange, New Hampshire, is a small town tucked away in the bottom of Grafton County. Orange is a town with very few people in it, populated only by roughly 315 people, making it one of the least populated towns in New Hampshire. Located only a short distance away from Concord and Manchester, this town makes it easy for resident who needs to travel to larger cities for a morning commute. This town is located right on the border of the New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest, which provides residents and tourists alike with much opportunity for activities involving friends or family.
The town of Orange, New Hampshire, was originally known as Cardigan. Chartered by Governor Wentworth in 1769, the people of Cardigan wished to be incorporated as a township, so that they could collect taxes. They, however, wished to have the name of the town changed to either Bradford or Warwick. This petition failed, but another was created in 1783, to change the name to Middleton. This petition failed also, and another was created 1789, wishing to have the name changed to Liscomb. The petition passed, but the name Liscomb was crossed out, and replaced by the current name of Orange.
Orange is a calm and tranquil town; an excellent place to settle down. Plenty of activities in this town will bring you closer to the few people that live in it, creating a family-like feel. Trails in the mountains give the outdoorsman a great opportunity to hike, ski, bicycle, or just go out and appreciate the serene landscape that is the White Mountains. This town offers benefits to raising a family here as well, such as an active Boy Scout and Girl Scout troop, school sports such as soccer, football, and baseball, and plenty more exciting activities for young adults and small children to take part in.
Orange, New Hampshire, is part of the School Administrative Unit #62, which encompasses the children from the towns of Enfield, Canaan, Orange, Dorchester, and Grafton. Children in grades 1-4 are sent to the Canaan Elementary School, grades 5-8 are sent to Indian River School, also in Canaan. And for grades 9-12, children from Orange are educated at Mascoma Valley Regional High School.
Orange, New Hampshire, is peaceful area in which to buy a piece of New Hampshire real estate. Located very close to the White Mountains, it is the outdoorsman's dream. If you are looking for a reliable and hard-working buyer's agent, you need not look any farther. Jim Miller of Bean Group, will help you find the house you’ve always wanted and walk you thru every step of the way until you can call it your own. Call Jim today at (603) 801-3987.
Canaan Elementary School (k-4)
Indian River School (5-8)
Mascoma Valley Regional High School (9-12)
Current Orange New Hampshire Real Estate MLS Listings for Single Family Homes
32 Eastman Rd, Orange, New Hampshire
Located At The Foot Hills Of Cardigan Mountain In Orange On A Dead End Paved Road. Fantastic 1.5 Acres+/- With A Flat To Rolling Yard, Mature Plantings, And Wood Lands. The Wood Shakes Are Freshly Painted, New Energy Star Windows, 3 New Insulated Exterior D...
184 Brock Hill Rd, Orange, New Hampshire
Large Parcel Of Land Situated Close To Mount Cardigan State Forest, Close To Cardigan Mountain Parking Area, Offering Mountain Climbing Fun Near Your Land. Several Streams Flow Through The Land, And Access Goes Into The Property Following An Old Woods Road....
Tuttle Hill Rd, Orange, New Hampshire
This Property Is On A Designated Scenic Road. If You Are Looking For A Tranquil Residential Building Lot, Consider This Site. Property Has Single Pole Utility Along Frontage With Level Building Spot. Expired Approved Septic Design Available For Review. Lot ...
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