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Amherst New Hampshire Retirement Community
Amherst is a small town located in Hillsborough county 15 miles southwest of Manchester and 12 miles from the border of Massachusetts. Amherst is a nationally registered historic village.
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Bedford New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Bedford is a town of nearly 23,000 people in Hillsborough County located on the outskirts of Manchester, New Hampshire's largest city.
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Bow New Hampshire Retirement Community
Bow is small town located in Merrimack county bordering the capital city of Concord to the southwest.
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Concord New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Concord is in south central New Hampshire and located in Merrimack county and has population of nearly 43,000 people. The state capital since 1808, Concord is home to the oldest state house in the country as well as many other historical sites. Concord has a robust downtown community which boasts restaurants, cafes, shops, and live theater and concert venues.
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Dover New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Dover is a the largest city in the seacoast region and the 4th largest city in New Hampshire with a population of nearly 30,000 people. It is situated 14 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and 5 miles from the University of New Hampshire, the state's largest university.
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Durham New Hampshire 55+ Communities
Durham is a town located close to the seacoast in Strafford County. It has a population of nearly 15,000 people, much of which is due to enrollment at the University of New Hampshire, which is located in Durham.
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East Kingston New Hampshire Retirement Communities
East Kingston is a small community in Rockingham County with a population of just over 2,000 people. It lies 10 miles inland from the Atlantic seacoast.
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Epping New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Epping is a small town of nearly 6500 people located in Rockingham County. It is located 20 miles inland from the Atlantic coast.
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Exeter New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Exeter is town of nearly 10,000 people  located in Rockingham county 10 miles from the Atlantic coast. It is notable for being the home to the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy.
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Franklin New Hampshire Retirement Communities
 Franklin is a city in Merrimack County with a population of nearly 8500 people, the lowest populated city in New Hampshire. Franklin is located 20 miles north of the capital city of Concord.
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Fremont New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Fremont is a small town in central Rockingham county with a population of just over 4000 people. Fremont is located midway between Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire and the seacoast.
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Gilford New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Gilford is a town of over 7000 people located in Belknap County. The town lies on Lake Winnepesaukee in the heart of the lakes region of New Hampshire in the foothills of the White Mountains.
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Goffstown New Hampshire 55+ Communities
Goffstown is a small community in Hillsborough county located 18 miles to the west of Manchester.
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Greenland New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Greenland is a small town of 3500 people located in the Northeast corner of Rockingham County and close the border of Maine and lies only 6 miles from the coastal city of Portsmouth.
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Hampstead New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Hampstead is a town of over 8500 people in southern Rockingham county and is located 9 miles from the Massachusetts border and 10 miles from the seacoast.
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Hollis New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Hollis is a small town of of nearly 7500 people in southern Hillsborough County located on the border of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
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Hooksett New Hampshire 55+ Communities
Hooksett is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 13,451 at the 2010 census. The town is located between Manchester, the state's largest city, and Concord, the state capital.
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Hudson New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Hudson is a town of nearly 25,000 people in Hillsborough county on the outskirt of Nashua, the second largest city in New Hampshire on the border of Massachusetts.
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Kingston New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Kingston is a small town of just over 6000 people in Rockingham County located ten miles from the seacoast and close to the border of Massachusetts.
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Litchfield New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Litchfield is a town of  just over 8500 people in Hillsborough County located 8 miles north of Nashua and 15 miles south of Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire.
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Londonderry New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Londonderry is a located on the western border of Rockingham county. It is located halfway between the cities of Manchester and Nashua, the 2 largest cities in New Hampshire.
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Manchester New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Manchester is the largest city in Norther New England with a population of almost 113,000 people. It is located in Hillsborough County and is 50 miles from Boston. Manchester possesses many of the amenities a large city offers such as fine restaurants, cultural events, and many institutions of higher education, such as the Art Institute of New Hampshire and Southern New Hampshire University.
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Meredith New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Meredith is a town of just over 6000 people in Belknap County. It is located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire on the banks of Lake Winnipesaukee and, as such, is considered a popular tourist destination.
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Merrimack New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Merrimack is a town of nearly 25,000 people  located in Hillsborough County. It is located midway between Manchester and Nashua, the two largest cities in New Hampshire.
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Milford New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Milford is a town of 15,115 people in Hillsborough County. It is located 10 miles north west of Nashua, the second largest city in New Hampshire.
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Nashua New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Nashua is a city located in 45 miles from Boston in Hillsborough County on the border of Massachusetts. With a population of nearly 90,000, it is the second largest city in New Hampshire and has been twice voted as the Best Place to Live in America.
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Newton New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Newton is a town of just over 4500 people in Rockingham county. It is ten miles from the seacoast and is located on the border of Massachusetts.
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North Hampton New Hampshire Retirement Communities
North Hampton is a town with a population of just over 4000 people in Rockingham County. It is located on the Atlantic seacoast.
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Northwood New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Northwood is a town of just over 4000 people in the most norther section of Rockingham County. It is located halfway between the capital city of Concord and the Atlantic seacoast.
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Pelham New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Pelham is a town of nearly 13,000 people located in the easternmost area of Hillsborough County. It is located on the border of Massachusetts adjacent to Salem, New Hampshire.
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Peterborough NH 55 plus Communities
As of the census of 2010, there were 6,284 people, 2,713 households, and 1,629 families residing in the town. The population density was 167.0 people per square mile (64.3/km²). There were 2,956 housing units at an average density of 78.4 per square mile (30.3/km²). The racial makeup of the town was 96.1% White, 1.8% Asian, 0.7% Black or African American, 0.2% Native American, 0.
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Portsmouth New Hampshire 55+ Communities
Portsmouth is a New Hampshire port city on the Piscataqua River located in Rockingham County. Notable 17th- and 18th-century houses include several within Strawbery Banke Museum, where costumed staff demonstrate traditional crafts. Nearby, the 1855 North Church presides over downtown’s Market Square. Prescott Park has riverside gardens and boat docks.
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Raymond New Hampshire Retirement Communities
 Raymond is a town of over 10,000 people located in Rockingham County. It is located halfway between Manchester, the largest city in NH and the seacoast.
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Rochester New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Rochester is a town with a population of nearly 30,000 people in Strafford County. It is located on the border of Maine and New Hampshire.
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Salem New Hampshire 55+ Communities
Salem is a city located in the southernmost part of Rockingham County on the border of Massachusetts. Salem has a population of nearly 30,000 people and is 35 miles northwest of Boston, Massachusetts.
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Sandown New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Sandown is a small town of just over 5,000 people in Rockingham County. It is located halfway between Manchester and the New Hampshire seacoast.
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Stratham New Hampshire Retirement Communities
Stratham is a town of over 7000 people in Rockingham County. It is located 10 miles from Atlantic seacoast.
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Windham New Hampshire 55+ Communities
The Town of Windham is situated in the southeastern region of New Hampshire, just north of the Massachusetts border at Exit 3 of I-93.Origin: This town was originally a parish of Londonderry, which was settled in 1719. Incorporated in 1741, Windham was the second town designated by Governer Benning Wentworth following the establishment of the New Hamphire-Massachusetts border.
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