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Hampton Beach New Hampshire is part of the historic Seacoast of New Hampshire and South Coast Maine region. This is "America's Smallest Seacoast" – just 17 miles long, but big in history, culture and in spirit. The enchantment of the Seacoast region not only includes the Hampton Beach community, but the towns of Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook. Small New England towns, farmlands, beautiful gardens, gorgeous ocean views, and dozens of hiking and biking trails can be found here, as well as the hustle and bustle of the Hampton Beach boardwalk and casino. These towns compliment the Greater Portsmouth area and make up one of the most exciting 18 miles of shoreline on the East Coast.

The City of Portsmouth, which is just twenty minutes from Hampton Beach, is the second oldest city in New Hampshire, originally settled in 1623. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Portsmouth gained importance as a major shipbuilding center, centered on the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, which was established in 1800. The entire Seacoast area offers an abundance of historic landmarks, outdoor recreational opportunities, specialty shopping, whale watching cruises, sunset cruises and fall foliage tours, as well as many special events throughout the year, such as Hampton Beach’s famous Seafood Festival. During the 1970s, the area underwent a culinary revolution that earned it the title of "Restaurant Capital of New England." The Portsmouth/Hampton Beach Seacoast area offers a limitless variety of dining experiences with nearly 100 restaurants serving everything from American cuisine to most every ethnic specialty you can think of. With all of this to offer residents, it’s little wonder that many people vacation here and decide to purchase a second home or make a more permanent move.

Hampton Beach has most any type of home you might be looking for in a coastal setting. This popular resort area has single family homes, beachside cottages, luxury condos, and apartments available for sale and for rent. Some are located directly on the beach with ocean views, and others are located right on the Hampton Beach strip. Many are just a few blocks away from all the attractions, while some are further inland. So whether you’re in the market for a summer home, or thinking of relocating to this scenic area, Hampton Beach has much to offer. Rentals are available by the week, month, or for the whole summer, and in a wide range of prices. The town has excellent schools and medical facilities and a strong local economy and government. Nearly four million visitors come to the coast per year, so tourism is the biggest industry. The coastal area of New Hampshire is considered a dynamic place to do business and one of the best places in the country to live. Cosmopolitan Magazine named Portsmouth in its “Top 10 List of the Best Places to Live and Work” in the country. The UTNE Reader named it one of the “50 Most Enlightened Cities” in the country, and Money Magazine rated Portsmouth in their “Top 10 Best Places to Live” in the country five times in the past ten years.


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