Pembroke, New Hampshire

When it comes to location in the Granite State, it’s hard to beat that of Pembroke, New Hampshire.  Pembroke is situated directly between the cities of Concord, the state capital, and Manchester, the state’s most populated metropolis.  Pembroke is a town of about 7500 people, most of whom work in the two neighboring cities and return home to the relative tranquility of their friendly, yet busy, little town.

Pembroke began its existence as a land grant to the heirs of Captain John Lovewell and given the name Lovewell’s Town, though it was commonly referred to as “Suncook”, the name of a nearby river.  The town was incorporated in 1759 and included several other settlements in the areas south of Concord and east of the Merrimack River.  The town was officially named Pembroke after Henry Herbert, the Ninth Earl of Pembroke in Wales.

Set so near to the powerful Merrimack, Pembroke residents constructed mills to survive.  Logging, farming and hunting were essential to the operation of these mills and many “Pembrokians” earned their livings doing just that.  Eventually, the mills closed down and the farms petered out.  Today Pembroke is an industrious town with several large businesses as well as smaller shops and services.

Location is the word of the day in Pembroke.  Centrally located in the Granite State, Pembroke residents have all of NH at their fingertips: from Lake Winnipesaukee to the Atlantic Seacoast to the White Mountains to the Monadnock Range; Pembroke is central to it all.  Visit the Great North Woods in the morning, the seacoast in the afternoon, shop and have dinner in beautiful Nashua and be home in bed before 9pm.  It’s all possible when you live in Pembroke.

Plenty of woods and rolling countryside surround Pembroke and scenic views are commonplace.  Camping, hiking, boating, and more are all right here in town.  Pembroke has plenty to offer children including organized youth sports such as baseball, football and basketball.  The town’s common area is a popular gathering spot for locals and visitors alike and there’s always something going on in town.  Surprisingly friendly and outgoing for a town this size, when you buy a home in Pembroke, you are instantly a part of the family.

Pembroke is a member of School Administrative Unit #53 and operates and maintains all schools in town for students in all grades, including kindergarten.

Pembroke is classic New Hampshire through and through.  Perfectly located, friendly residents and pristine beauty – it’s all here in Pembroke, NH.  If this sound like the perfect town in which to buy a home and raise a family, you are correct.  The first step to making this a reality would be to call Jim Miller Bean Group at (603) 801-3987.  Jim is here to help you find your perfect home and loves doing just that.  Jim has all the latest listings and knows the Granite State inside and out.  Call today and start living the New Hampshire lifestyle.

Elementary Schools
Pembroke Village School (k-1)
(603) 485-1807

Pembroke Hill School (2-5)
(603) 485-1807

Middle School
Three Rivers School (5-8)
(603) 485-9539

High School
Pembroke Academy (9-12)
(603) 485-7881

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