Middleton Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Middleton, NH

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Access Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Adams Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Auclair Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Auen Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Birch Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Butler Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Buttermilk Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Drew Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Dudley Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Eastman Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Elaine Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Estates Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Fox Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Gary Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Governors Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Jordon Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Karen Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Kings Highway Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lakeshore Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Maple Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
New Durham Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Nicola Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Partridge Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pheasant Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pine Ridge Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pine Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pinkham Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Piper Mountain Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Ridge Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Route 153 Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Shore Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Silver Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Spruce Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sunrise Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Wakefield Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Middleton is located in Strafford County, New Hampshire.  It is home to Sun Rise Lake, a mile-long lake that offers boating, fishing and swimming at John’s Beach.  Automotive ice races are held on the lake in the winter.  Middleton is also home to the highest point of the Mouse Mountains, which separate the town from Brookfield. 

Middleton was settled just before the Revolutionary War and was incorporated in 1778.  It originally included the town of Brookfield, and was the location of Colonial Governor Wentworth’s summer home, Kingswood.  The first town hall was built in 1795 as a meeting house.  It was moved to its current location in 1812.  

According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Middleton’s population at the time was 1,440 people.  This included 514 households and 389 families.  The average family size was 3.13 and the average household size was 2.8.  Middleton is comprised of 18.1 square miles of land and 0.4 square miles of water. 

Middleton Real Estate and Homes:  In 2000, there were 707 homes and an average of 39 homes (houses / condos) per square mile.  In 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Middleton was comprised of a total of 953 homes.  This included 836 single family homes and 20 multi-unit homes. 

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