Hill, New Hampshire
When it comes to small New England towns, they don’t come much smaller than Hill, New Hampshire. With residents numbering only about 1100 and a landmass of 27 square miles, Hill has a very low population density with barely 40 people per square mile. This allows for elbow room simply not found in most areas of the country. If you enjoy close-quarters, no privacy and neighbors’ homes butting up against your own, Hill New Hampshire is not the place for you. But if you enjoy wide open spaces, privacy and being unable to even see your nearest neighbor’s home, you might consider making Hill your new home town.
Hill was first known as New Chester, NH, so-named in 1753. The town was incorporated as such in 1778, but the residents balked at this “overly-common” town name and the town was eventually renamed “Hill”, in 1837, after Isaac Hill, a three-year governor of New Hampshire. Hill was basically a farming community for most of its existence until, in the early 1930’s, Hill residents were informed that due to the new Franklin Falls Dam Project, there town was soon going to be part of a flood plain, or worse of a flood plain than it already was. Over the next ten years the town was relocated high upon a hill and the old town area was shut down to traffic and all but deserted. You can still walk some of the old, abandoned streets and see the forgotten cellars, signs and sidewalks of a time long since passed.
Today, Hill is a bedroom community primarily comprised of residents who work in nearby Concord, only about a half-hour south. There are several other towns in the vicinity, larger than Hill, but much smaller than a city, which provide Hill residents with all their shopping and entertainment needs, however, most Hill residents enjoy the entertainment provided by the great outdoors. Skiing, fishing, canoeing, camping, hiking, snowmobiling, swimming, rock climbing, kayaking – all activities that are readily available to Hill residents. If you plan to live in Hill, you’ll be certain to appreciate what the New Hampshire countryside provides for enjoyable activities.
Hill, NH is a member of the School Administrative Unit #18 and educates resident Hill students between kindergarten age and sixth grade. Student of seventh grade age through high school attend the Franklin Middle and High Schools in nearby Franklin, NH. Due to its very low student population, there are no plans to construct additional schools within Hill.
Hill is a place where you can get away from it all without having to drive a hundred miles to do so. Centrally located, Hill isn’t far from anywhere in the state, yet gives you a sense of peace and tranquility in the wooded countryside. If you think this sounds like the perfect place to buy a home and put down roots, you are correct. And if you’re in the market to purchase a home in NH, your first step should be calling Jim Miller Bean Group at (603) 801-3987. Jim is here to help you find the home that’s right for you in the town that’s right for you. Call today and live the New Hampshire dream tomorrow!
Jennie D. Blake School (k-6)
Franklin Middle School (7-8)
Franklin High School (9-12)
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Listing information last updated on March 28th, 2020 at 5:22pm EDT.