Webster is a town located in central New Hampshire in the Merrimack Valley region of the state. It is situated in central Merrimack County and encompasses a total area of 28.6 square miles, .7 of which is water. As of the 2010 United States Census, Webster was home to 1,872 people.
The land that comprises Webster was originally the Western portion of Boscawen, a town that was incorporated in 1760. Residents of the area petitioned for separation in 1791, though it wasn’t granted until 1860. It was then that Webster was officially created and incorporated into a town, taking its name from the famed Secretary of State Daniel Webster.
Quiet country setting. Well maintained home on over two acres. Convenient to Concord and Tilton. A short walk will take you to Pillsbury Lake or Black Water River. Country living awaits you!
Come and See this seasonal secluded cottage with 415' of water frontage on the Blackwater River. 360 degrees of privacy to escape the cares of the world await you. Open concept living area features extra large windows, a brick fireplace plus a qua
Single level living in this tastefully updated WATERFRONT home on Pillsbury Lake. This home features open concept living with cathedral ceiling, great room with wood stove, fully applianced kitchen and separate dining area. The home also offers three
Webster, NH - Country living is waiting for you! This adorable, well maintained ranch has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and 1,123 sq ft. Located just across the street from Pillsbury Lake (with deeded water access!), this home is great for year round living o
Listen to the river, sing sweet songs and rock your soul! This waterfront home is one you don't want to miss. It's steps from the Blackwater River and ready for you to enjoy nature at its best. A recent remodel to the entire main floor means this hom
Contemporary split-level sited on 71 private acres of land adjacent to the beautiful Blackwater River forest and recreational trail system. This meticulously maintained home offers an open concept floor plan including a 10 year young front addition,
Beautiful Lakefront Lot on Pillsbury Lake awaits you! Peace, tranquility and wildlife abound. 67 acres of Pillsbury Lake and 316+ acres of Private Hunting Preserve for Community Members await your exploration. Beaver, otter, mink, deer, moose and be
Priced to sell! Two lots being sold together. Wooded and level. Right side lot is mostly wet and receives water from drainage culvert, left lot is dry. Buyer must do due diligence with town and association to determine feasibility of building. One lo
Beautiful building lot with mature timber and stonewalls. Little Hill is a very lovely country area. Nearby conservation land and walking trails, snow mobile and cross country ski. A great place to enjoy Nature yet easy commute to shopping and Concor
THE OSMUNDA ESTATE- Quintessential Currier & Ives setting w/land on both sides of a gravel road, surrounded by stonewalls, fields & woodlands. Sited on 13+ acres, improvements to this c 1800 hip roof colonial include expansive multi-level decks to si
Less than 3 percent of Webster’s total area is made up of water. It includes Lake Winnepocket and Pillsbury Lake, and its highest point lies at a summit in the center of town, where elevation reaches 870 feet above sea level. The town is home to several villages, including Dingit Corner, Gerrish Corner, Snyders Mill, Swetts Mill and Courser Mill. It is served by New Hampshire Route 127 and Interstate 89. Neighboring towns include Boscawen, Warner, Contoocook, Hopkinton and Salisbury.
Webster is governed by an elected Board of Selectmen. The town boasts a full-time and part-time police department, a volunteer fire department and volunteer emergency medical services. Top employers in the area include White Mountain Imaging, Kimball Sheet Metal, Santa-Cruz Associates and Mellon Company. Children in the area attend schools in the Merrimack Valley Regional School District, which also serves Boscawen, Loudon, Salisbury and Penacook.
For recreation and entertainment, Webster residents can take advantage of the town’s municipal parks, youth organizations, sports leagues, fishing and hunting areas, campgrounds, snowmobile trails and cross country skiing. The town also boasts a free public library and is within close driving distance of the Pat’s Peak and Ragged Mountain ski areas.