Lyme, New Hampshire

The town of Lyme, New Hampshire, currently holds about 1,700 people.  Located in Grafton county and on the border of Vermont, this little town has easy access to the Green Mountain state as well as the resources available in our very own Granite State.  Lyme is a serene place for anybody use to the bustling city life and is a great place to raise a family.  Located just a short drive away from Manchester and Concord, Lyme is a great town to return home to after a short commute to work.

Lyme was one of the many towns granted in 1761 along the Connecticut River, separating New Hampshire form Vermont.  Lyme originally got its name from Old Lyme, which is located directly at the mouth of the Connecticut River.  For a long time the name of the town was spelled as “Lime” in official state papers, but was later decreed to be a misspelling.  Most of the original grantees for this town were from Palmer and Brimfield, Massachusetts, or from Londonderry, New Hampshire.  Lyme was also one of the towns involved with a border dispute between New Hampshire and Vermont, before Vermont was re-admitted to the Union in 1791.

Lyme is a great location for the winter outdoorsman.  Housing Dartmouth Skiway in its confines, as well as several other small mountains, this is the ski enthusiast’s dream location.  Not only that, but the mountains here offer an endless abundance of enjoyment in the summer too, giving people wonderful opportunities to bike, hike, hunt, and fish in the abundant lakes and rivers here in this part of the state.  The town of Lyme is located very close to the New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest, so all year round you and your family and friends can visit the beautiful and prestigious White Mountains and all that they offer. 

Lyme, New Hampshire is part of the New Hampshire School Administrative Unit #76.  SAU #76 consists only of the children from the town of Lyme, and no other cities.  Children between grades K-8 are taught at The Lyme School, which is considered the elementary and middle school for the town.  The students in grades 9 through 12 are tuitioned at Hanover High School, which is part of the Dresden School District, SAU #70.

Lyme, New Hampshire is a great place to live no matter what.  Whether you're looking for peace and serenity, or fun and excitement Lyme has something for everybody.  Homes sell fast in this part of New Hampshire, which is why you need a helpful and reliable Buyer's Agent like Jim Miller, of Bean Group on your side, to help you on your way to buying a new piece of New Hampshire real estate. He'll show you all the homes available in Lyme, and be by your side during the entire buying process.  You can reach Jim at (603) 801-3987.

The Lyme School  (K-8)
(603) 795-2125

Hanover High School (9-12)
(603) 643-3431

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