Milford NH Homes and Real Estate for Sale

Single Family Home Listings in Milford

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Single Family Home Listings in Milford

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Photo of Listing #4820371

15 Emerson Rd, Milford

$429,900 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,625 Sf

MLS® # 4820371

Photo of Listing #4840799

216 Ponemah Hill Rd, Milford

$425,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,240 Sf

MLS® # 4840799

Photo of Listing #4844666
New Listing

25 Park St, Milford

$400,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,434 Sf

MLS® # 4844666

Photo of Listing #4844520
New Listing

1 Wall St, Milford

$339,900 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,741 Sf

MLS® # 4844520

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Milford New Hampshire

About Milford New Hampshire

Milford is located in Hillsborough County NH. The town is the retail and manufacturing center of the six surrounding towns. There are many casual dining restaurants, as well as national food chains. US Routes 13 and 101 pass through Milford. It is 54 miles from Boston MA and 18 miles to the Manchester- Boston Regional Airport.

According to the 2010 US census, there are 15,115 residents in Milford. There is 25.2 square miles of land. It was given the nickname ‘The Granite Town in the Granite S

Milford NH Homes for Sale
Total Listings 4
Average Price $398,700
Highest Price $429,900
Lowest Price $339,900

It was given the nickname ‘The Granite Town in the Granite State’ because of its incredible granite quarries.

Incorporated in 1794, it was originally named Mill Ford and was comprised of land from neighboring towns of Amherst, Hollis, Miles Slip and Brookline. Milford was a mill town drawing its hydropower from the Souhegan River.

The Milford Historical Society preserves and maintains all of the town’s artifacts from the town’s charter to its historical buildings. The office for the historical society is located in one of the town’s oldest buildings, the Carey House. Milford played an important part in history by being a major stop for the Underground Railroad in the 1800’s.

The town of Milford places a high emphasis on education. There are 2 elementary schools, one middle school and one high school in this community. Offering a challenging curriculum, each school offers programs for both in school education and extra curricular activities. Programs for ‘gifted’ students are also offered for those who qualify. The Applied Technology Center offers student real life learning experiences in many different fields. Children from surrounding towns attend the Center on a tuition basis.

There are wide ranges of outdoor activities offered to the residents of this community. The choice of biking, jogging, picnicking or just relaxing in one of the five different parks makes this one of many reasons why Milford is a wonderful place to live.  An added bonus is the Shepard’s Park Skating Rink which is available during the winter months for families to enjoy.

Annual events include, “The Great Pumpkin Festival” where residents of Milford and surrounding towns gather for pumpkin picking, great food, music and much more. Every year, an estimated 35,000 people from around the state attend this festival.

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Listing information last updated on January 23rd, 2021 at 5:38pm EST.