Cheshire County homes for sale offers a wide variety from peaceful country settings to the active life of the counties largest city, Keene. The county is in the south west corner of New Hampshire and boasts a population of 77,117 as of the 2010 census. It was one of the five original counties in NH and was founded in 1771 and was named after the county of Cheshire in England. You can find every style and location New Hampshire has to offer.
5 Fun Facts about Cheshire County
Dublin is home to Yankee Publishing, which publishes the Old Farmer’s Almanac and Yankee Magazine.
Nelson is home to a Monday night contra dance, which has been held for over 200 years at the town hall. It is thought by some to be the longest running public contra dance in the world.
The first bridge across the Connecticut River was built at Walpole in 1785. It is regarded as one of the most famous early bridges in the U.S.
In the 1830s, Graves & Company was established in Winchester. The company was one of the country’s first manufacturers of musical instruments
Sullivan was the first town in New Hampshire to dedicate a monument to its fallen Civil War soldiers.