Ashland is located in Central New Hampshire, very close to the geographical center of the state. It lies on the Southeastern edge of Grafton County and, as of the 2010, is home to 1,244 people. The town encompasses just 11.5 square miles, 11 of which is land and .5 of which is water. The area is home to the Scribner-Fellow State Forest and parts of several bodies of water, including Squam Lake, Squam River, Owl Brook, Little Squam Lake and Merrimack River.
The area was first chartered in 1751 by the Colonial governor Benning Wentworth and was considered a part of nearby town Holderness. Ten years later, it was renamed New Holderness. In 1763, the area was actually settled, however it wasn?t until 1868 that the town was broken off, incorporated and named Ashland. In its early years, the area was primarily agricultural; now, Ashland is known as a residential and resort-style community.
This home is full of potential, undergoing substantial renovation. Built in 1971 and located on a 0.36-acre plot, this property is being transformed into a spacious dwelling with 3 bedrooms, 2 and 1/4 bathrooms. In addition to the main living areas,
This lovely, well maintained home at The Village at Riverbend Condominium Association has 3 levels, 1,344 sq.ft. with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. As the photos show it has been recently updated and is ready for you to make your home. The Village is l
PRIME COMMERCIAL OFFERING: 2000+ sq. ft. commercial building now available in a prime location along the gateway to Squam Lake: 130 Main St. in Ashland, NH experiences a traffic count of 8,600+ vehicles per day and is located just 1/2 mile from Inte
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A business opportunity awaits you with this conveniently located 2.9 acres of commercial land and buildings in Ashland. One building currently houses the White Mountain Brewery with 2032 sq ft that includes a full kitchen, bathroom, walk-in cooler,
Check out this lot in desirable Squam River Landing. The town beach on the shores of beautiful Squam Lake just a short walk away as well as Squam River Landing Marnina. Where you can buy or maybe rent a dock. The lot has been cleared and has town wa
This 6.5-acre, riverfront parcel is the ideal location for your Lake Region retreat. The wooded, slightly sloping property features over 2000 feet of frontage on the Squam River with direct water access to Squam Lake. Power and utilities at the stree
Excellent opportunity awaits the new owner for a business or investment. The first level was remodeled with upgrades for a commercial business . The second level was remodeled for a 1 bedroom apartment. This unique building has numerous possibilit
1 acre Lot that is located just minutes away from Squam River Landing & Little Squam Lake which offers a sugar sandy beach for town residence. Some of the local amenities in the area include hiking, golfing, fishing, boating, SLCA, Science Center, re
West facing Mountain view lot with year-round sunsets is conveniently located in the Heart of Ashland NH. This buildable lot sits on .72 of an acre and is surrounded by custom built homes. Public water, sewer and underground power is ready to be conn
Proud Lineage. Moon farm, f/k/a Heritage Hill Farm, an integral part of Ashland's history. The stately federal colonial sits on the hillside overlooking the Squam River and town. Once home to the Packard Family who grazed their sheep in its vast pas
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This property is a very rare opportunity. Beautiful river front. Watch trout, otters and eagles. Fish, kayak, walk, swim right from your backyard. The river is your yard. This property is run down and does need lots of refurbishing. There are 2 long
TOWN WATER and SEWER and underground utilities to this lot. Stone wall and next to acres of open space. Trail to access by the next lot. Squam River Landing Residential communities is a private neighborhood with fine homes that blends with the natura
Prime development opportunity. Beautiful secluded 26+- acre site with frontage on Mill Pond is a short walk to downtown and many amenities. It presents a unique opportunity for development overlooking five acre Mill Pond and borders the Town recrea
Ashland is home to many historic sites, including the Ashland Train Depot, the Pauline E. Glidden Toy Museum, the Whipple House Museum and St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, all of which were established before 1900. Several notable people have called Ashland home, including Nobel Prize winner George Hoyt Whipple, U.S. Congressman James F. Briggs and founder of Bates College Oren B. Cheney.
The town is governed by an elected Board of Selectmen. Ashland has a full-time police department, a volunteer fire department and a volunteer emergency medical services department. Children in the area attend Ashland Elementary School for grades kindergarten through eighth and Plymouth Regional High School, located in the nearby town of Plymouth, for grades nine through 12. The nearest college is Plymouth State University, a small state school with just over 4,000 undergraduates.