Windham, NH, located in Rockingham County, is crossed by Interstate 93 and is only 25 minutes from Manchester, NH, 40 minutes from the NH Seacoast, 45 minutes from Boston, MA and less than two hours from the White Mountains. Windham is home to the Searles Castle, a historic English Tudor castle which sits high atop a 175-acre estate. The town has a variety of other local attractions including parks, tennis courts and golf courses—the Windham Country Club is a premier 18-hole course for golf enthusiasts. Cobbetts Pond is an ideal spot for boating, kayaking and fishing, as well as swimming at the Windham Town Beach on the west edge of the pond. The Windham Rail Trail (part of the former Boston and Maine railroad) is a 4-mile paved path that connects to the Derry Rail Trail in the north and the Salem Bike-Ped Corridor in the south and is ideal for road biking, walking/running and nature trips. Learn more about the town of Windham, NH.
Elementary school students attend Golden Brook School (K-2) and then Windham Center School (3-5), middle school students attend Windham Middle School (6-8) and high school students attend Windham High School.
Real estate for sale in Windham, NH primarily includes single-family homes, condos and land. Check out these homes for sale in Windham, New Hampshire: