Making Merrimack Home

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Making Merrimack HomeFor many people living in and around southern New Hampshire, Merrimack is simply a town in between Manchester and Nashua. Maybe you’ve been to the Budweiser plant for a brewery tour. Since the Merrimack Premium Outlets opened in 2012, they’ve been a popular shopping destination. But beyond the brief introduction to Merrimack you’ve had before, or even if you think you know all there is to know about things to see and do around town as you pass through, there are many more reasons to make Merrimack your home.

One of the biggest benefits of Merrimack is location. Situated along the Everett Turnpike/Route 3, the town of about 27,000 is ideally connected to Manchester, Nashua, and the greater Boston area for an easy commute no matter in which direction you work. Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is just a couple of exits north, making travel plans hassle-free and affordable.

Young families looking to settle in southern New Hampshire are drawn to Merrimack’s schools. Merrimack High School is ranked by sources in the top quarter of all New Hampshire high schools.

This tight-knit community hosts many family-friendly events. The annual Fourth of July parade and fireworks display even bring people from surrounding communities every year. Numerous parks and open spaces welcome athletes, picnickers, swimmers, boaters, and nature lovers. Is music more your style? The Merrimack Concert Association provides live music performances several times a year. If you have a green thumb, try community gardening.

Sports are a big part of the family lifestyle and the Merrimack Youth Association offers multiple opportunities for children to learn and play various recreational sports all year round. The town parks and recreation department also provides summer camp options to keep kids social and active when school’s out.

No need to venture far from home when you’re in the mood for quality meals out and entertainment. Buckley’s Great Steaks, The Common Man, Sweet Ginger Thai, The Homestead, Giorgio’s and Lobster Boat will satisfy any craving from Asian to Mediterranean, seafood to hearty American meat and potatoes. For a local craft beer experience, visit Able Ebenezer Brewing Company, a veteran-owned brewery, where you can enjoy live music, outdoor seating in seasonable weather, and food trucks year round.

Ready to see what homes might be perfect for you and your family in Merrimack? Greenfield Farms is our newest community of homes in Merrimack where you just might find the dream home you’ve been waiting for.

 

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