Welcome to North Manchester’s Newest Luxury Neighborhood!
This 15-acre prime parcel remained hidden, tucked away behind quiet residential neighborhoods, undeveloped since the beginning of time. It is situated on a pristine secluded bluff overlooking the Merrimack River. It is bounded on the north and east by Second Brook, wooded privacy buffers, and the approximately 80-acre campus of The Derryfield School. On the west, it’s bounded by the Heritage Trail (Indian trails of yesteryear) and a historic railroad which runs along the Merrimack River. On the south, a fine established residential neighborhood is settled. A secondary phase of additional homes is being considered.
The homesites range from about 1/3 to 3/4 acre, some with westerly river and/or sunset views, some adjacent to the wooded area along the brook. Some lots are fairly level and private, some slope to the rear creating the opportunity for walk-out lower levels. The homes will be served by municipal water and sewer, and are situated on town-maintained roads with granite curbs. There will be curbside trash pickup and other town services and conveniences. Lots are individually owned.
Manchester, also known as the Queen City, is the largest US city north of Boston. It has been consistently voted among the best places in the country to work, raise a family, or retire, and among the safest places to live. Manchester offers a strong job market, a broad tax base from downtown, businesses both local and international. The revitalized mill yard boasts innovative research, development, and technology. The Boston-Manchester Airport, with transportation, manufacturing, industry, and trade. Manchester also features three major hospitals, is one of New Hampshire’s centers for higher education with many college and university campuses and programs. Manchester’s culture includes diverse restaurants, shopping, and conveniences; entertainment, theatre, and music venues, art and history museums, local pubs, and nightlife. There is ready access to sports, parks, and green spaces, including three golf courses. All this at the intersection of major highways leading to Boston, the seacoast, the white mountains, and rural surrounding areas.