Brookfield NH Real Estate

New Listing - 2 weeks online
$499,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,913
SQFT
289 Governors Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
 
Listing courtesy of Ken Perry of K A Perry Real Estate, LLC
$385,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active Under Contract
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,006
SQFT
189 Lyford Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
 
Listing courtesy of Denise Williams of Maxfield Real Estate/Wolfeboro
$349,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,969
SQFT
13 Pike Brook Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
 
Listing courtesy of Philip Roth of Coco, Early & Associates/Bridge Realty
$65,000
Land For Sale
Active
2.43
ACRES
CARROLL
COUNTY
Lot 14 Garney Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
Brookfield Heights Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Terry Small of Maxfield Real Estate
$468,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active Under Contract
5
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,400
SQFT
66 Lyford Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
 
Listing courtesy of Jodi Hughes of BHHS Verani Wolfeboro
$1,450,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
7
BEDS
5
TOTAL BATHS
6,000
SQFT
39 Sanborn Road
Brookfield, NH 03872
 
Listing courtesy of Linda Rosenthall of Rosenthall Realty Group LLC
$99,000
Land For Sale
Active
2.52
ACRES
CARROLL
COUNTY
L16 Drew Farm Road #16
Brookfield, NH 03872
Drew Farm Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Carolyn Cossette of Assets Realty Group

Brookfield is a town located in Central New Hampshire, in the Lakes Region of the state. It is situated in the Southeastern area of Carroll County and, as of the 2010 U.S. Census, is home 712 people. The town encompasses a total area of 23.3 square miles, 22.9 of which is land and .4 of which is water. About 31 people live in each square mile of land in Brookfield.

The area that comprises Brookfield was first settled in 1726 by Scottish-Irish immigrants. At that time, it was known as Coleraine and was particularly popular with farmers, thanks to its highly fertile ground. In later years, it was renamed Brookfield, in honor of Brookfield, Massachusetts and combined to become a part of nearby Middleton. It wasn?t until 1794 the Brookfield was broken off from Middleton and once again independent. It was then incorporated and, in 1840, named a part of Carroll County.

Brookfield?s original town house, built in the 1820s, still stands today and is used annually for town meetings. It is listed as a historic site with the National Register of Public Buildings. Local police, fire department, sanitation and emergency medical services are purchased from the nearby town of Wakefield, and children in the area attend schools in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District, which serves Brookfield, Effingham, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro. The district includes six elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and one technology center.

Brookfield is primarily residential, rural community with little-to-no commercial development. Residents can find shopping in the nearby towns of Wolfeboro, Wakefield and Rochester, and residents can take part in recreational activities through Wolfeboro?s Parks & Recreation Department, which oversees five parks, three beaches, one skate park, a ski area and an ice arena. The department also offers sports leagues, day camps, lessons, classes and more.

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