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41 S Main St, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 -

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In 1761, Hanover was chartered by the royal governor of the Province of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth. Hanover was then spelled as Hannover, which was subject to question. There were authorities who stated that a parish exists in Hannover in Norwich, Connecticut, whereas some suggested that the name directly came from the English Kings’ supremacy, which is the House of Hannover. In May 1765, the early inhabitant arrived, and the initial town meeting took place in 1767.

Hanover first achieved representation in 1775 in Provincial Assembly of New Hampshire by being grouped together with a number of other villages, which consisted of Enfield (formerly Relham), Lebanon, Grafton, Canaan, Orange (formerly Cardigan), and Dresden. These towns declared independence from the state of New Hampshire in 1778 and had become a part of Vermont. The Dresden Union, after much disagreement, severed their ties with the state in the year 1782, and all of the towns had become independent, including Hanover.

Area and Climate

Hanover, along with the surrounding area, is part of The Upper Valley. The term signifies a geographic region that stretches along the two sides of Connecticut River. At the center of the area are Lebanon and Hanover towns in NH and Hartford and Norwich in VT.

All towns in the Upper Valley have their unique beauty and character. Hanover boasts of the Dartmouth College and delights in the vibrant business district that you can describe as a “New England cosmopolitan”. The region provides a fantastic combination of activities, and this is all thanks to the great outdoors that include the arts and culture district, Connecticut River, the advantages of academic activities conducted at a college town, and the White and Green Mountains.

Hanover receives 37” of rain and 70” of snowfall every year. The town has 198 sunny days yearly and gets the highest temperature in July and the lowest temperature in January.

Real Estate and Cost of Living

The approximate value of a condo or house in 2000 was $248,300 and $474,186 in 2011.

2011’s mean cost for all home units was $546,432, $446,310 for townhomes or attached units, $577,979 for detached homes, $999,492 for 2-unit structures, $608,745 for 3- to 4-unit structures, and $276,393 for 5-unit structures or more.

The town’s cost of living in March 2012 was 105.2, which is higher than the US average of 100.

Lifestyle and Things to Do

There are tons of things to do in Hanover, New Hampshire, and here are a few suggestions:

  • Visit Fairlee Diner for a delectable breakfast.
  • Go hiking at the Holt’s Ledge (Lyme) for a magnificent view of a new forestland.
  • Go to a concert on a Sunday afternoon located at Saint Gaudens National Historic Site’s main house porch.
  • Visit the Billings Farm for a Harvest Weekend or other special events. Billings Farm is a working, old-time farm.
  • Gaze at the flying chips at a Cornish Fair held in August.
  • Play at the Spaulding Auditorium with Christmas Revels at the town’s Hopkins Center.
  • Take a walk through Baker Library’s Reserve Corridor to see Orozco Murals. Baker Library is at Dartmouth College.
  • Walk above the Gile Mountain (Norwich) to enjoy the view of the valley.
  • Sneak a quick look into the Devil’s Den located at the conservation area of Wright’s Mountain in Bradford.
  • Have a Sunday brunch at P&H Truck Stop located in Wells River, and do not forget to taste their maple cream pie and toast.
  • Put on your snowshoes for the snowshoe walk held every February in Vershire.
  • Take a dip at West Lebanon’s True’s Ledges.
  • Enjoy a dinner cruise on M.V. Mount Sunapee II as you delight in the beauty of Lake Sunapee.
  • Attend a “Concert on the Common” on a Tuesday night every summer, and make sure to take a lawn chair with you. Go back to the town the next day, so you can attend dinner at Lyme Congregational Church.




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  • Golf Course
  • Medical Clinics
  • Shopping / Grocery
  • Library
  • Picnic Area
  • Parks & Natural Space


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Property/Community Type : Condo
Golf Facility(Within 10 Mile Radius) : Yes
Coastal Area(Within 10 Mile Radius) : No
Mountain/foot hills area(Within 10 Mile Radius) : Yes
Lake Property(Within 10 Mile Radius) : No
College Town(College or University Within 15 Mile Radius) : No
Size of Community/Town(25 Mile Radius Estimated) :
Fitness Facility(Within 2 Mile Radius) : Yes

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