Combining historic and new, Nashua offers something for all


From its historic downtown to its newer commercial and shopping districts, Nashua offers the attractions of both an old and a new city. Nashua is New Hampshire’s second-largest city, after Manchester, with about 87,000 residents. The city is located at the southern border of New Hampshire, surrounded by Hollis, Amherst, Litchfield, Hudson and Dunstable, New Hampshire, and Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. It covers almost 32 square miles, encompassing a diverse group of neighborhoods, schools and business centers. Nashua’s school system includes a pre-school, a dozen elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools, serving more than 11,000 students.

Many areas of Nashua offer close-knit, quiet suburban neighborhoods, with proximity to various amenities, hospitals, restaurants, parks, schools, entertainment and employment. Other neighborhoods have a more urban feel, with mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods, close to restaurants, coffee shops, entertainment, parks and more.

According to, Nashua’s estimated median household income in 2012 was $64,359, and the estimated median home value was $230,400.

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