Lebanon NH Real Estate
As the largest town in the Upper Valley, the City of Lebanon NH is home to two hospitals (Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Alice Peck Day Hospital), some of the top employers in the region (Timken Aerospace, TomTom, Hypertherm Manufacturing), and the Upper Valley’s central retail area (Route 12A in West Lebanon).
Intersected by Interstate 89, Lebanon is easily accessible to Concord NH, Boston, and Vermont by car. The Lebanon Airport provides flights to Boston and NYC, through Cape Air, on a daily basis. Free public bus service throughout Lebanon and the surrounding towns is a great green alternative. Real estate opportunities in Lebanon and West Lebanon range from Victorian houses along tree-lined streets to new construction in planned communities. Lebanon has two elementary schools, a brand new middle school, and a high school that also serves students from Grantham and Plainfield.
Enjoy numerous outdoor recreational activities while becoming part of a strong community. The Northern Rail Trail, miles of 4-season recreational trails converted from the Northern Rail Corridor, begins in Lebanon with plans to expand to West Lebanon. Storrs Hill Ski Area, is a community run hill just off the green in Lebanon that offers skiing, snowboarding and ski jumping lessons. I’ve been off that hill in the mid 70’s. The Lebanon Green also hosts the Lebanon Farmer’s Market, providing farm fresh items and a gathering point for the community, as well as regular outdoor musical performances throughout the summer. For fans of the art, Lebanon Opera House, on the green, hosts everything from high school performances to ballet, opera, and national touring comedians and musical groups. Just off the green, the AVA Gallery provides art exhibits as well as classes for children through adults.
Whether you are looking for an in-town home, mountain views, or new construction with move-in ease, let us show you the Lebanon NH property that puts you close to employment, shopping, the outdoors, and the arts, all with easy access to the rest of New England.