Lincoln, New Hampshire
Lincoln, New Hampshire is a must-see for anyone considering the purchase of a home in New Hampshire. The epic natural area known as Franconia Notch in New Hampshire’s White Mountains is only minutes up the street from Lincoln. In addition to several spectacular natural formations, Franconia Notch is the location where the famous rocky outcrop known as the Old Man of the Mountain resided, before the its tragic collapse in May of 2006. Second largest town in New Hampshire by area, though nowhere near the largest in population, this town is as relaxed, beautiful and serene as anybody could ever dream.
The town of Lincoln was incorporated in 1664 and named after Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, who was the Second Duke of Newcastle, the Ninth Earl of Lincoln. Henry Clinton was also a cousin of the well-known Wentworth governors, Benning and his son John. He held the position of Comptroller of Customs for the port of Lincoln under the King of England at the time, which was vitally important for trade between America and England. A part of Lincoln, known then as Pullman, was one of the earliest limber towns in the United States.
Not only is Lincoln a perfect location for relaxation and quiet repose, it can also be a source of adrenaline-fueled excitement as well. The massive ski resort known as Loon Mountain is based in Lincoln, New Hampshire. This is the one of the largest ski resorts in the state, and gets nearly 1,000 people per day in the wintertime and boasts over 100 open trails at peak operation. On top of Loon's pulse pounding thrills, there are also a large variety of more laid-back, relaxed activities to enjoy including an active theater community in Lincoln. There are several theaters in which traveling tour shows visit, as well as community auditions for more local shows. Outdoor activities range from hunting and fishing to scenic walks through historic Franconia Notch and biking through the woods of the White Mountain National Forest. Interstate Route 93 is located very close to Lincoln which makes a drive from Lincoln to Manchester a trip involving less than an hour's drive; and a trip to the state capital of Concord, NH, takes even less time than that.
Lincoln is part of the NH SAU #68, which includes children from both Lincoln and Woodstock, New Hampshire. Lin-Wood Public School, located in Lincoln, is an accredited school in the Lincoln-Woodstock Cooperative which educates both Lincoln and Woodstock children from kindergarten through the twelfth grade.
Because of its proximately to some of the most stunning beauty the Granite State has to offer, homes don’t stay on the market long in Lincoln. This is why you need a reliable, trustworthy, knowledgeable NH Buyer's Agent on your side. Call Jim Miller of Bean Group at (603) 801-3987 today. Jim wants to help you into the home you’ve always dreamt of and will make the entire process much easier than going it alone. Call Jim right now for details.
Lin-Wood Public School (k-12)
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Listing information last updated on May 29th, 2020 at 2:37pm EDT.