New Hampshire Communities folks Relocate to Cornish New Hampshire, folks are you thinking about relocating or will be relocating to New Hampshire, let me say that living in the Towns that make up Sullivan County sure is unlike the City life that folks live in other States and the very few Cities that are in the State of New Hampshire. Sullivan County is located among the mighty fine Rolling Hills and Mountains of the Southwestern area of the State of New Hampshire, which is also known as the Granite State. Folks when you go into the Towns that make of Sullivan County, don't expect to fine Smaller Communities, Neighborhoos, Subdivisions, Townhouses, and Condominiums with in them, our Small Towns just don't have them.
Folks the few Towns that makeup Sullivan County are actually the whole Community and Nighborhood. That's sure is one of the mighty fine reasons to relocate to one of these mighty fine Small Towns. Plus unlike Big City life, you'll be to enjoy the outstanding Mountain Views, and folks that live in Small Towns sure are a whole lot friendlier and happyer in Small Town, than a lot of folks that live within a Big City!!! You'll also be able to enjoy Wildlife from your windows and at nighty you'll be able to enjoy watching Lightning Bugs flying around in the air. Which because Big Cities have so many lights on at night, folks just don't get to enjoy them as much.
New Hampshire Communities folks Relocate to Cornish New Hampshire, the Town of Cornish, New Hampshire, is located in mighty fine Sullivan County which is located on the Southwestern edge of the State of New Hampshire, bordering Vermont and the Connecticut River. The Small Town of Cornish is tucked into the Rolling Hills and Mountainous terrain of Southwestern New Hampshire, Cornish is home to about 1800 folks. Cornish is basically a bedroom kind Community because folks work in other Larger near by Towns around the area,like West Lebanon and Lebanon New Hampshire, there are a couple of Small Businesses located in Cornish and plenty of activities for folks of all ages.
Mast Camp was established in 1763 and was called such because the area was a jumping point for shipping downriver all the tall, straight trees soon to be masts for the Royal Navy. The town was properly Incorporated in the year of 1765 by Governor Benning Wentworth and named “Cornish” after Sir Samuel Cornish, a well-known admiral of the British Navy. The town was used for many years as a shipping port for goods in and out of Western and Central New Hampshire, but today is regarded as a quiet, hard-working community filled with mighty fine and friendly folks, plus vibrant families.
New Hampshire Communities folks Relocate to Cornish New Hampshire, there are many reasons that Cornish attract folks from all over, not the least of which is the stunning beauty which sure does surrounds the Town. Cornish is also home to no less than four covered bridges, all registered with the National Register of Historic Places. One of these bridges, the Cornish-Windsor Bridge, which spans the Connecticut River, is the longest two-span covered bridge in the world. The Cornish-Windsor Bridge was built in 1866 at a cost of $9000, which sure was a high price nearly 150 years ago. The Town of Cornish and its and the beauty alround the area draws artists from all over to paint not just the Old Covered Bridges, but the amazing views of the surrounding Countryside, Lakes, Mountains, Streams and Rivers as well.
Cornish has no large chain stores or shopping malls, but is located close to towns which do, such as Claremont, to the South, West Lebanon just to the North and White River Junction, Vermont, which is also to the North of the Town of Cornish. A scenic trip to the White Mountain National Forest is about forty-five minutes Northeast, while the New Hampshire seacoast lies about ninety minutes away. Historic Concord, New Hampshire, can be reached inside of an hour and the State’s Largest City of New Hampshire, which is Manchester, is located only ten minutes beyond that.
New Hampshire Communities folks Relocate to Cornish New Hampshire, the Town of Cornish is a member of SAU #6 along with Claremont and Unity, New Hampshire. The Cornish Elementary School educates of kids from Kindergarten through the fith grade, while Students of Middle School age attend the Claremont Middle School. The High School Students of Cornish go to School at Stevens High School, which is also in Claremont, New Hampshire.
Cornish sure is a mighty fine Small Town in which to raise a family in!
Have a good one
Dale in New Hampshire
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Localism information by Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections blog post 1,745- Posted on the 6th of July 2012 Cornish, New Hampshire
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