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This little quaint New England town is located along the west bank of the Squamscott River, Newfields is bordered by Newmarket to the north, Exeter to the south, Stratham to the east (separated by the Squamscott), and Epping to the west.
Newfields is accessible principally via Route 85, which runs northeast between Routes 101 and 108, and via route 87 which runs east from Route 125. The town is 31 miles from Manchester, 12 miles from Portsmouth, and 11 miles from Hampton.
The village of Newfields includes a historic country store, a town hall, a public library, two churches and a post office, all within close proximity along Main Street. The elementary school and fire department are nearby on Piscassic Road, on the east side of the village. There are several historic cemeteries, a war memorial, a public boat launch, and a number of hiking/biking trails.
Modest in size with an area of 6.6 square miles and a population of 1,551 (2000 Census), Newfields was a part of Exeter in colonial times when it was called Newfield Village. As of 1727 it became a parish of Newmarket, known as South Newmarket, before incorporating in 1895 to become the Town of Newfields.
From the time it was settled in 1638 along either side of an ancient Squamscott Indian trail, Newfields was important to Seacoast New Hampshire commerce due to its location at the mouth of the Squamscott river as it empties into the large tidal estuary known as Great Bay. Fed by several inland rivers and emptying into the Piscataqua, Great Bay provided efficient commercial transportation between the port of Portsmouth and the communities of Dover, Durham, Newmarket, Newfields, Exeter, Stratham, and Greenland.
Newfields, NH Homes For Sale
|Price Range:||$249,000 to $650,000||Price Average:||$455,260|
|Size Range:||964 to 3,268 Sq. Ft.||Size Average:||2,431 Sq. Ft.|