Waterville Valley, New Hampshire
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, is famed for its ski and snowboard resort. This is an obvious dream town for anybody who greatly enjoys riding the slopes or tubing. Be that as it may, the actual population of the town is extremely low. There are only roughly 270 people in the entire town, which only has about 4 people per square mile. The seclusion and environment of this town makes it perfect for anybody looking to get away from city life, or anybody who is already used to this kind of atmosphere, but is looking for a new start or a vacation home.
Waterville was originally incorporated in 1829, from a combination of two grants known as the Gillis and Foss Grant, and the John Raymond Grant. In the beginning, the town was a popular summer resort. In 1911, the Weeks Act was initiated, allowing the government to purchase land for stream-flow protection, and to maintain the purchased lands as national forests. The first actual land purchases for the New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest was in 1914, and as a result Waterville lost a significant amount of land. The development of Waterville towards becoming a winter recreational area began in 1965, and in 1967 an act of the General Court caused Waterville to adopt the name Waterville Valley.
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire is clearly an exceptional place to live for the winter sports enthusiast, but it is also a great place to live for anybody looking for peace and relaxation. Being directly in the center of the White Mountain National Forest gives you not only the possibilities of just enjoying the atmosphere from your home, but also going to one of the many surrounding mountains and hiking them, riding a bike through them, rock climbing, or even camping up in the wilderness. There are several lakes and rivers near or in Waterville Valley for those people who enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing as well.
Waterville Valley is part of the New Hampshire School Administrative Unit #48. SAU 48 educates the children from Campton, Holderness, Ashland, Plymouth, Rumney, Thornton, and Wentworth. Children of Waterville Valley in grades K-8 are taught at Waterville Valley Elementary School, children in grades 9-12 are tuitioned at nearby Plymouth Regional High School.
Waterville Valley is a top-notch town in which to live for those who enjoy the winter months and a great place to live for the outdoorsman in general as well. With the White Mountains you really can't go wrong, surrounded by peace, serenity, and a tranquil atmosphere. Homes in Waterville Valley don't stay on the market for long - it is for this reason that you need a reliable and helpful NH buyer agent guiding you through the entire process of purchasing the house of your dreams right through moving in. This buyer agent is Jim Miller, of Bean Group. Call Jim today at (603) 801-3987.
Waterville Valley Elementary School (K-8)
Plymouth Regional High School (9-12)
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Listing information last updated on June 6th, 2020 at 12:36am EDT.