Londonderry, NH, located in Rockingham County, is crossed by Interstate 93 and is only minutes from Manchester, NH, 45 minutes from the NH Seacoast, less than an hour from Boston, MA and an hour and a half from the White Mountains. Londonderry is known for its many apple orchards, including Elwood Orchards, Mack’s Apples and Sunnycrest Farm, making it a popular destination for apple picking in the fall. One former orchard is being transformed into a 600-acre mixed-use commercial and residential development, called Woodmont Commons. The town has several conservation areas and expansive trail systems, including the 1,000-acre Musquash Conservation Area, Kendall Pond Conservation Area, Adams Pond Trail and the Londonderry Rail Trail. Scobie Pond has the only ramp for water access in town and is an ideal spot for kayaking/canoeing and fishing. Londonderry is conveniently home to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT), which it shares with the neighboring city of Manchester. Learn more about the town of Londonderry, NH.
Kindergarten students attend Moose Hill School (includes LEEP, the Londonderry Early Education Program), elementary students attend North Elementary School, Matthew Thornton Elementary School or South Elementary School, middle school students attend Londonderry Middle School, and high school students attend Londonderry High School.
Properties for sale in Londonderry primarily include single-family homes, multi-family homes and condos. Check out these homes for sale in Londonderry, New Hampshire: