Tuftonboro Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Tuftonboro, NH

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Aspen Dr. Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Barber Pole Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Barvel Whang Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Beech Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Blake Trail Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Brown Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Chandler Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
County Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Cow Island Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Craig Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Curtis Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Dame Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Durgin Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Evergreen Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Governor Wentworth Highway Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
GWH Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hill Crest Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lang Pond Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Little Bear Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Lyndsay Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Middle Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mirror Lake Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mountain Rd. Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sandstrom Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
SENTER COVE RD. Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sodom Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Wawbeek Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Westwood Bay Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Whortleberry Island Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Wildwood Estates Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Tuftonboro is a town in Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States.

Tuftonboro was the only incorporated place in New Hampshire owned by just one man, John Tufton Mason, for whom the town was named. Following the 1741 separation of New Hampshire from Massachusetts, Mason was heir to the Masonian Claim, the undivided lands of northern New Hampshire. He sold them in 1746 to a group of Portsmouth merchants, thereafter known as the Masonian Proprietors. They disposed of the land via grants to prospective settlers prior to the Revolution.

The town was granted as Tuftonborough in 1750 by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, and first settled about 1780. It was incorporated by the legislature on December 17, 1795.

According to the US census, the town has a total area of 50.0 square miles, of which 41.0 square miles is land and 9.0 square miles is water, comprising 18.07% of the town. Tuftonboro is drained by the Melvin River and Beech River. Mirror Lake is in the south, and Dan Hole Pond is in the north.

As of the 2010 census, there were 2,387 people residing in the town, and according to the 2000 census there were 926 households, and 665 families residing in the town. The population density was 52.2 people per square mile. There were 2,019 housing units at an average density of 49.1 per square mile.

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