Marlborough Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Marlborough, NH

Name Type
Bixby Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Canada Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Clapp Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Colonial Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Depot Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Forrest Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Frost Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Gates Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Highland Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Jaffrey Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Jewett Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Kershaw Avenue Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Laurel Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Main Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Maple Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Marlborough Estates Real Estate For Sale Development
McKinley Circle Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mountain Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Oak Ridge Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Old Chesham Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Old Dublin Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Oliver Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pleasant Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Porter Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Richardson Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Route 101 Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Route 124 Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Roxbury Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Rustic Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sawyer Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
School Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Shaker Farm Road North Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Stone Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Terrace Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Woodland Court Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Marlborough is located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.  The town boasts beautiful country hills and views of Mount Monadnock, making it a popular summer vacation spot. 

Marlborough is home to the Frost Free Library, the Kensan-Devan Wildlife Sanctuary at Meetinghouse Pond, the Old Meeting House site and Cemetery and Webb Granite Quarry.  It is also home to the Maynard-Gates House, a property which is listed on the New Hampshire Register of Historic Places.

Marlborough was first names Oxford, and then New Marlborough.  It was incorporated as Marlborough in 1776.  The town once was once home to a large granite industry.  Quarries in Marlborough provided stone that was used at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, at the Frost Free Library and buildings in Boston.  Manufacturing of toys and wooden-ware were also once part of Marlborough’s industry.

Marlborough is comprised of 20.4 square miles of land and .2 square miles of water. According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Marlborough’s population consisted of 2,009 people, 829 households, and 565 families. 

Marlborough Real Estate and Properties:  In 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Marlborough was comprised of 960 total homes.  This included 637 single family homes and 282 multi-family homes.

Please contact Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group for homes for sale in Marlborough, New Hampshire, homes for sale in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, and for all your real estate needs.