New Ipswich NH Homes and Real Estate for Sale

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New Ipswich NH

New Ipswich is located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. This quaint New England town is 66 miles northwest of Boston MA and 37 miles from the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. As with many of the towns in New Hampshire, New Ipswich started out as an agricultural town. As it grew in population, it also grew into a mill town by being able to draw its hydropower from the Souhegan River. New Ipswich’s first mill was established in 1801 and by1804 there were four more mills in operation.

New Ipswich NH Homes for Sale

Average Price $657K
Lowest Price $315K
Highest Price $1.5M
Total Listings 9
Avg. Days On Market 128
Avg. Price/SQFT $264

Property Types (active listings)

operation. These mills had the reputation of producing the finest furniture and woodwork. These products were highly sought after.

According to the US Census there are 5,099 residents in this community with a landmass of 33.1 square miles. The New Ipswich Historical Society maintains the town’s history such as, books, photographs, maps, letters, furniture and a large amount of other historical artifacts. This helps to give a unique glimpse into New Ipswich’s past...

The residents of this community appreciate the value of education.  Today there are four public schools in this town, two elementary, one middle school and one high school, all of which have a comprehensive curriculum. New Ipswich Academy opened in 1798 and was the second largest Academy in the state until it closed in 1968.

This scenic community is surrounded by the rich woodlands of New Hampshire. The residents of this picturesque community enjoy many outdoor activities such as, walking, hiking and biking, while taking in the mountain views of the Watatic, Monadnock and Wachusett mountain peaks.

Annual events include the Autumn Festival where residents of New Ipswich and surrounding towns gather to enjoy wholesome family fun that includes pony and hayrides, games for children, food, entertainment, live music, and an animal farm.