Woodstock, New Hampshire

Woodstock, New Hampshire, is located in the heart of the New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest.  Surrounded by the beauty of nature, this town is a great place in which to live.  The serene and calm atmosphere is conducive to a relaxing and stress free life, which is exactly what one would need after leaving a bustling city life.  In some mountain towns, accessibility is an issue, but not with Woodstock.  Plymouth is a short drive away from Woodstock, and features the convenience that one would need living in relative seclusion.  This is not a densely packed town either, with a population totaling only about 1,200.

This town was first issued a grant in 1763, originally called Peeling, after an English town.  The first grant was issued to a man named Eli Demerit and several other people.  Many of the settlers were from Lebanon, Connecticut, and were acquainted with Peeling's minister, Reverend Eleazar Wheelock, who later founded Dartmouth College.  The terms of the charter were not met, however, and in 1771 Governor John Wentworth agreed to re-grant the town to a man named Nathaniel Cushman.  In this grant, the town was named Fairfield, after Fairfield, Connecticut.  In 1840, the town was renamed Woodstock (due to an act of legislature) after a historic palace in Woodstock, England.

Woodstock, New Hampshire, is a gorgeous and calming place to live.  Whether you’re looking for the excitement of mountain biking, hunting, fishing, camping, back-packing, four-wheeling, and swimming, or just seeking a quiet place to retire and enjoy the remaining days of your life, Woodstock suits all needs.  Located relatively close to Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, Woodstock is also a great location to live for anybody who enjoys spending time on the slopes during the winter, snowboarding and skiing.

Woodstock is a member of the New Hampshire School Administrative Unit #68.  This particular SAU educates the children from both the towns of Woodstock and Lincoln.  The children of Woodstock residents, whose grades fall between kindergarten and 8th grade, attend Lin-Wood Elementary School.  Then the children whose grades fall between the 9th grade and the 12th grade will attend Lin-Wood High School.

Woodstock, New Hampshire, is a pristine and tranquil town in which to own a home.  The friendly sociable people within its confines will make you glad to call Woodstock your hometown.  Homes in Woodstock are always on the market, but won't stay there for long.  This is why you need a friendly, knowledgeable, reliable NH buyer agent on your side, like Jim Miller of Bean Group.  Jim will guide you step by step through each and every process of making a new Woodstock home your own.  Call Jim today at (603) 801-3987 for more information.

Lin-Wood Elementary School (K-8)
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Lin-Wood High School (9-12)
(603) 745-2214

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