Real estate in Cornish, NH, is surrounded by the beauty that led Saint-Gaudens to sculpt and Salinger to write (and retreat). Many Cornish homes are located along the Connecticut River with stunning waterfront views, vast surrounding acreage, and everything a family home needs to grow and thrive. The Cornish-Windsor covered bridge is the longest wooden covered bridge in the United States. Initially built in 1866, this bridge is the gateway to Cornish and all this fine town has to offer.
Since the late 1800s, Cornish has served as a haven and home for world-renowned artists and creative figures, including J.D. Salinger and Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Cornish NH is filled with densely wooded forests, rolling landscape, and exquisite, lush colors, it comes as no surprise that artistic and literary greats have called Cornish home for years. If you seek a peaceful retreat in surroundings a step away from the busyness of the Upper Valley, you should check out homes in Cornish.
Take a peek at the below real estate and find a home to settle in.