Lisbon, New Hampshire
Lisbon, New Hampshire is one of the many quaint little New England towns tucked in the northwest forests of the Granite State. Located within fifteen minutes from both the Vermont border and New Hampshire’s stunning Franconia Notch, the 1700 residents of Lisbon have almost instant access to not only the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire, but also the Green Mountains and ski/snowboard resorts in Vermont. Placed entirety within the White Mountains, this town is a dream for anybody who enjoys hiking, skiing, snowboarding, or participating in nearly any other outdoor activity.
The town of Lisbon, New Hampshire, had 3 different names between the years of 1760 and 1770. Originally chartered as Concord, the name was quickly changed to Chiswick, since “Concord” was already taken by the now-capital city of New Hampshire. The name was then changed to Gunthwaite, after a relative of Governor Wentworth. The name Lisbon, however, was voted upon by the townsfolk after it was offered by Governor Levi Woodbury, in honor of his friend Colonel William Jarvis, who served as consul in Lisbon, Portugal. The name was overwhelmingly approved.
The town of Lisbon, NH, is the outdoorsman's (and woman’s) paradise. With such a wide variety of things to do in the White Mountains, you can't go wrong no matter what you choose. There are endless miles of ski and snowboard trails to choose from in the winter which are then utilized as biking and hiking trails in the summer and fall. Fishing, camping, hunting, sightseeing and more await you in this little slice of heaven. The opportunities are virtually endless, especially with the legendary Loon Mountain Ski Resort less than a half an hour down the street in the nearby town of Lincoln, New Hampshire. There are several well-known golf clubs in Lisbon for anybody who enjoys the occasional game of golf, as well as several indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Lisbon, New Hampshire is part of New Hampshire School Administrative Unit #35 along with the towns of Lyman, Bethlehem, Lafayette, and Landaff. This school district is reputed to be one of the best in the state, and have several youth sports teams, including basketball, soccer, hockey, football, golf, tennis, and baseball.
Homes sell very fast in Lisbon, because of its ideal location – far from the everyday hustle and bustle, but close to the wonderful natural attractions this part of the state has to offer. To buy a home in this town, you need a reliable, knowledgeable NH Buyer Agent who is attentive to your needs and quick to find you what you want in a property. That NH Buyer Agent should be Jim Miller of Bean Group. Call Jim today at (603) 801-3987 and be living the NH dream sooner than you ever thought possible.
Lisbon Regional School (k-12)
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Listing information last updated on June 6th, 2020 at 5:36pm EDT.