Rye Real Estate
Neighborhoods/Developments in Rye, NH
Rye is a quiet bedroom community, located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
Rye was incorporated in 1726. It was first part of Portsmouth, and then New Castle. Rye has played a big roal in the Seacoast’s history. The first seasonal camps for fishermen were established on the Isles of Shoals. Also, one of the Seacoast’s first large construction projects was the creation of Rye Harbor out of the salt marshes. It is home to grand hotels, forts and the first Trans Atlantic telegraph cable connecting Europe to the United States.
Rye is home to five seaside state facilities, parks and beaches. They include Jenness Beach, Rye Harbor, Ragged Neck State Park, Wallis Sands State Par and Odiorne Point State Park. Rye offers sandy beaches, boating, whale watching, fishing, fireworks cruises, lobster tours.
Rye is also home to Parsons Field, which is part of the town’s 190 acres set aside as forest. Many town events including the Rye Lions annual antique car show are held at Parsons Field.
Rye Real Estate and Homes: In 2000, there were 2,645 homes in Rye and an average of 210 homes (houses / condos) per square mile. By 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Rye was comprised of a total of 2,713 homes. This included 2,281 single family homes and 357 multi-unit homes.
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