Merrimack NH Homes and Real Estate for Sale

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Merrimack NH

Merrimack is located in Hillsborough County NH and was named Merramake by the Penacook Indians. It is the eighth-largest municipality in New Hampshire and is 52 miles to Boston MA and 6 miles from the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. It is home to many different national food chains and grocery stores as well as the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. The brewery was built in 1970 and is one of the smallest plants in the country, they offer tours of the facility and their world famous Clydesdale Horses.

Merrimack NH Homes for Sale

Average Price $688K
Lowest Price $430K
Highest Price $899K
Total Listings 13
Avg. Days On Market 62
Avg. Price/SQFT $281

Property Types (active listings)


According to the 2010 census there are 25,494 residents in Merrimack and has a landmass of 32.6 square miles. Incorporated in 1746, it is comprised of four villages, Merrimack Village, Thornton's Ferry, Reed's Ferry, and South Merrimack.

The residents of this community place a high emphasis on education. Merrimack has five elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. Residents of Merrimack and surrounding towns enjoy shopping at The Merrimack Premium Outlet...

Merrimack began as an agricultural town, however, at the start of the industrial revolution it grew into an industrial town. The Boston and Main Railroad laid tracks through the town in the mid 19th century.

The Merrimack Historical society maintains all historical documents and artifact of this community.  Thornton’s Ferry was named for one New Hampshire’s signers of the Declaration of Independence, Matthew Thornton, who is buried in the town’s oldest cemetery.

Annual events in this bustling New England town include the Rockin Ribfest, this event is held every year on the grounds of the Anheuser-Busch brewery. This barbeque competition is a much anticipated event where people from all over the northeast gather and compete for the championship title.