New Castle

New Castle

Life in New Castle NH

New Castle, New Hampshire, founded in 1623, is picturesque with its historic buildings and miles of coastline. In fact, everywhere you turn is coastline, because New Castle is the only town in New Hampshire comprised entirely of islands spanning 500 acres. While the town itself is not comprised of a lot of distance, it is true to form when you say “good things come in small packages.”

Great Island Common

One of the most treasured of the attractions in New Castle is Great Island Common. When you ask the locals about their favorite summer memories, you will inevitably hear about an experience here. Comprised of 32 acres of seaside greenspace and beach, the Common is open to the public 365 days a year from 9 AM to 9 PM. The summer is vibrant with weddings in the Pavilion and families bringing their children to play on the playground. Owned and operated by the Town of New Castle, this beautiful waterfront space is one of the more popular places on the Seacoast for relaxing near the water.

New Castle Homes for Sale


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