Acworth Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Acworth, NH

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Bailey Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Ball Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Beryl Mountain Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Black North Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Breezy Point Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Campbell Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Charlestown Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Cold Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Connecticut Heights Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Crescent Lake Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Derry Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Forest Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Gove Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Grout Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Halls Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Heino Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hemlock Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hilliard Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
McWethy Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mulligan Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Old Stage Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Quaker City Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Red House Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
River Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Route 123A Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Tucker Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Acworth is a small hilltop town located in Sullivan County, New Hampshire.  It was incorporated in 1772.  The town is situated 69 miles from Manchester.

Originally chartered by Governor Benning Wentworth in 1752, it was called Burnett after William Burnett, a former governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. In 1754, however the French and Indian War broke out, and no settlments were made under the charter. Wentworth re-granted in 1766, naming it Acworth after Sir Jacob Acworth and English admiral with interests in Portsmouth shipping. The town was permanently settled in in 1768 by several families from Londonderry.

According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Acworth was home to 913 residents.  This included 318 households and 234 families.  Acworth is comprised of 38.9 square miles of land and 0.1 square miles of water.  As of the 2010 census, the town had a total populationof 891.

Acworth Real Estate and Homes:  In 2008, there were 582 homes and an average of 13 homes (houses / condos) per square miles.  19% of homes in Acworth are occupied by renters. 

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