The City of
Nashua New Hampshire
The second largest city in the state of New Hampshire, Nashua combines residential, retail and high-tech industrial areas into one large, historic community filled with places to go and things to do. Located just north of the Massachusetts border in southern Hillsborough County, Nashua offers every amenity of a major metropolis while clinging to the small-town feel that permeates southern New Hampshire towns. Restaurants, cinemas, museums, sporting events, shopping and more is all contained within the rolling hills that make up most of this beautiful city.
Located near the center of the original Dunstable land grant, Nashua was named in 1836 and incorporated as a city in 1853. Nashua, New Hampshire was a textile-producing city producing nearly 10 million yards of cotton cloth per year by the mid 1830's. With six rail lines and upwards of five dozen trains entering the town on a daily basis, Nashua grew quickly and soon became well known for its quality textile products. The textile industry waned after World War II and Nashua slowly diversified its industries and expanded for commercial plans for the future. Today, Nashua is one of New Hampshire's centers for the high technology industry as well as countless retail outlets.
Living in Nashua, New Hampshire gives you access to everything. If you can't find it here in the Gate City, you might not find it anywhere. Boston, Massachusetts is only forty-five minutes away, Hampton Beach a mere hour and the White Mountains a scant hour and fifteen minutes. With Manchester Regional Airport only fifteen minutes north and Logan International Airport just forty-five minutes south, when you live in Nashua, you have accessibility to anywhere in no time at all. Several golf courses are available within city limits as well as several municipal parks, many of which offer tennis and basketball courts in addition to baseball, soccer and football fields. Nearby top-notch health care centers ensure you are always close to help if you should ever need it and the Nashua School District is second to none.
Nashua's school district is SAU #42. This unit includes twelve elementary schools, three junior high schools and two high schools. About 15,000 students attend the Nashua School District and all have the opportunity to attend one of several technical centers for vocational training should they choose to do so. The award-winning Nashua School District is hailed as one of the best city school districts in the state.
Nashua is one of the shining stars in southern New Hampshire’s crown. Voted “Best Place to Live In America” in 1987 and 1997, Nashua is the pride of Hillsborough County. If Nashua sounds like the home you’ve been looking for, please call Jim Miller Bean Group at (603) 801-3987. We know all about Nashua or any other southern New Hampshire town you may be interested in learning more about. Call us today for more information!
Elementary Schools (p/k - 6)
Amherst Street Elementary School
Bicentennial Elementary School
Birch Hill Elementary School
Broad Street Elementary School
Charlotte Avenue Elementary School
Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School
Fairgrounds Elementary School
Ledge Street Elementary School
Main Dunstable Elementary School
Mount Pleasant Elementary School
New Searles Elementary School
Sunset Heights Elementary School
Middle/Jr. High Schools (6-10)
Elm Street Junior High School
Fairgrounds Junior High School
Pennichuck Junior High School
High Schools (9-12)
Nashua High School North
Nashua High School South
The Academy of Learning and Technology
Hesser College in New Hampshire
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