New Hampshire Land for Sale


United States / New Hampshire / All Property Types

Headline Property

Fat Acre Farm

Gilmanton , NH   - $599,900 - 20 acres

Listed By: The Agents of
Farms and Barns Real Estate, LLC

New Hampshire Land Information

Are you interested in land and rural real estate for sale in New Hampshire? Top of Bankrate.com's 2017 list of retiree-friendly states, New Hampshire scores for the quality of its health care, safety and overall quality of life for seniors. Yes, winters here will be long and brisk, but wide-open spaces, coastal scenes and a live-and-let-live spirit make the Granite State a draw for the silver-hair set. Kiplinger paints a slightly less rosy picture, with no general income or sales taxes in the state, but higher taxes on property. To find more land for sale in New Hampshire, sign up for our New Hampshire land-for-sale email alerts to be notified when new listings matching your search criteria come onto the market in New Hampshire! You can also search Land And Farm to find New Hampshire real estate agents who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout the White Mountain State. Not a big farming economy, New Hampshire's maple harvest is its biggest export relative to national averages (5.5 percent). New Hampshire, the country's fifth smallest state and its ninth least-populated, is blessed with an epic variety of land and natural assets that stretch from deserted wave-swept beaches to 48 mountain peaks above 4,000 feet. Of this landscape, some 200,000 acres of state land, 750,000 acres of national forest, and thousands more acres of private land are open to hunting. A number of outfitters and private guides will take hunters out to bag moose and bear, while hunting lodges throughout the Great North Woods will inspire a lifetime love of the hunting lifestyle. Fishing is equally epic here, with the state's many lakes, rivers, ponds and coastal waters offering the chance to cast for everything from trout to pike to bluefish.

Showcase Properties


View All New Hampshire Listings

New Hampshire Land Information

Are you interested in land and rural real estate for sale in New Hampshire? Top of Bankrate.com's 2017 list of retiree-friendly states, New Hampshire scores for the quality of its health care, safety and overall quality of life for seniors. Yes, winters here will be long and brisk, but wide-open spaces, coastal scenes and a live-and-let-live spirit make the Granite State a draw for the silver-hair set. Kiplinger paints a slightly less rosy picture, with no general income or sales taxes in the state, but higher taxes on property. To find more land for sale in New Hampshire, sign up for our New Hampshire land-for-sale email alerts to be notified when new listings matching your search criteria come onto the market in New Hampshire! You can also search Land And Farm to find New Hampshire real estate agents who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout the White Mountain State. Not a big farming economy, New Hampshire's maple harvest is its biggest export relative to national averages (5.5 percent). New Hampshire, the country's fifth smallest state and its ninth least-populated, is blessed with an epic variety of land and natural assets that stretch from deserted wave-swept beaches to 48 mountain peaks above 4,000 feet. Of this landscape, some 200,000 acres of state land, 750,000 acres of national forest, and thousands more acres of private land are open to hunting. A number of outfitters and private guides will take hunters out to bag moose and bear, while hunting lodges throughout the Great North Woods will inspire a lifetime love of the hunting lifestyle. Fishing is equally epic here, with the state's many lakes, rivers, ponds and coastal waters offering the chance to cast for everything from trout to pike to bluefish.

New Hampshire Property by Region
New Hampshire Property by Zip Code