Lee is a town located in Southeastern New Hampshire in the Seacoast region of the state. The town is situated in Southern Strafford County and encompasses a total area of 20.2 square miles, only .2 of which is water. As of the 2010 United States Census, Lee was home to 4,330 people.
The town of Lee was first settled in 1657 and was originally part of Dover township. In 1735, Durham (which included the area now known as Lee) separated from Dover; it wasn?t until 1766 that Lee was established as its own entity. Governor Benning Wentworth incorporated the area as a town that year. While Lee is mostly made up of water, the area does boast portions of a number of bodies of water, including Lamprey River, North River, Oyster River and Wheelwright Pond, where King William’s War occurred in 1690. The town is entirely in the Piscataqua River watershed.
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Welcome Home to Thurston Woods in Lee NH! Outstanding colonial home that features all the space you need in an A+ location, (20 miles east to Portsmouth) (20 miles to Hampton Beach), (and an hour drive to Boston or White Mountains). This Country like
Looking for a YEAR-ROUND WATERFRONT home? This two bedroom, one bath single family home on Wheelwright Pond has a sandy beach, new Sure-step dock, two-tiered deck and sunset views. Updates include a 2020 kitchen renovation with new cabinets, applianc
Welcome to Riverlee Commons, a stunning 35 home subdivision. This less than a year old home offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms with a wonderful open concept floor plan and was built by award winning Chinburg builders. It is an energy star certified hom
This lovely end unit condo is located in the Oyster River School District. The kitchen has all newer stainless steel appliances with a pass through into the living room. The living room has lots light, with two sets of sliders on either side of the
Ever dream of living in your home and running a business there at the same time? Welcome to 2 Kelsey Road in Lee, NH. Versatile corner lot property has over 500 feet of frontage along NH Route 125 on 1.83 acres. It features an approved second floor s
Looking for lots of room for the family, farm animals, pets and gardening? Updated colonial with versatile floor plan offering 4 bedrooms, office and den. Updated kitchen with granite counter tops, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Othe
Circa 1800 Classic Antique Colonial on 12.8 acres with meadows and frontage on Little River. First floor open concept kitchen and living room with exposed beams and wide pine flooring, formal dining room & parlor with hardwood floors. Office and half
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6.6 acres of land at the crossroads of Routes 152 and 155 in Lee, NH. Parcel ID: 000026 000004 000000 This property is zoned residential with Special Exception. It would be ideal for a single family home. The following are uses which may be permitte
Lee is governed by an elected Board of Selectmen. The town has a full-time police department, a full-time fire department and volunteer emergency medical services. The area’s top employers are Market Basket, S & J Transportation, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Sunny’s Restaurant, Dunkin’ Donuts, Mobil Mart, Wentworth Douglas Hospital and Sunoco Mart. Over the years, Lee has been home to several notable people, including TV personality and game show host Tom Bergeron, U.S. Congressman Daniel Meserve Durell and author Ralph Fletcher.
Children in Lee attend schools in the Oyster River Cooperative School District, which also serves the nearby towns of Durham and Madbury. The district includes one preschool program, two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. For recreation, residents of Lee can take advantage of the town’s municipal parks, tennis courts, youth organization and sports leagues, boating and fishing marinas, campgrounds, bicycle trails, local beaches and more.