Troy is a small New England town located in Cheshire County, in southwestern New Hampshire. It is situated at the base of beautiful Mount Monadnock, in the center of the Monadnock region.
Troy’s many recreational opportunities include cross country skiing, snowmobiling, biking, hiking, fishing and hunting. The town offers excellent local schools, a recently renovated library and several community groups which offer a variety of events and activities. Troy offers vacationers a selection of bed and breakfasts and inns, charming shops, restaurants, and the town’s fresh produce.
Troy separated from Marlborough in 1815 and was incorporated that same year. It had originally included parts of Fitzwilliam, Richmond and Swanzey.
An integral part of Troy’s economy for over a century was Troy Mills, located on Monadnock Street. This huge mill complex began making horse blankets in the mid 1800’s and remained in existence until 2002. The property on Monadnock Street now houses two small mills; Cosmopolitan Textiles and Knowlton Nonwovens.
Troy is comprised of 17.4 square miles of land and 0.2 square miles of water. According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Troy’s population at the time was 1,962, 527 families and 733 households. The average family size was 3.09 and the average household size was 2.68.
Troy Real Estate and Properties: In 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Troy was comprised of 838 total homes. This included 552 single family houses and 185 multi unit homes.
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