Special offer

Stunning, Four Bedroom Colonial, Souhegan Woods Golf Community, Merrimack, NH

Real Estate Agent with The Adams Home Team - KW Luxury Homes

MLS# 4634617 

12 Springfield Circle, Merrimack NH 03054 

List Price $499,000 

Property Web Site: www.12Springfield-MerrimackNH.com



Missy Adams, The Adams Home Team 

Telephone: 603-320-6368 or 603-883-8400x138 

Visit Missy for more information on this or other properties.


Property Feature

This impressive and spacious custom colonial home in located in Beautiful Souhegan Woods! The four spacious bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and two car garage are just the statistics.  There are so many features!

  • 3500+ SF of finished space!
  • Community situated near Souhegan Woods Golf Course & Country  Club.
  • Enter into a stunning open foyer.To the left is a formal living room, or a great office.
  • On the right you will find a freshly painted, formal dining room.
  • The open spacious kitchen  features an island. The sunny breakfast nook leads out to a resurfaced deck overlooking a large, level backyard and wooded area.k
  • The kitchen desk is a "built-in" and is next to the open concept entry to the first floor  family  room.
  • The family room has a vaulted ceiling, ceiling fan, gas fireplace, and updated carpeting. 
  • A half bath and laundry rm complete the first floor accommodations.
  • On the second floor you will find a generous master suite with vaulted ceiling, walk in closet, master bath with standing shower, and jetted tub.
  • Three additional bedrooms and another full bathroom complete the second floor layout.
  • Need more space to entertain?! The fully finished lower level could be your home theater, game room, or additional family room,.
  • There even is addtional finished space currently used for gym equipment and office area!
  • Relax.... sit out on your farmer’s porch and enjoy this gorgeous front lawn with mature landscaping.
  • Some Basics:
    • Roof is less than one year old,
    • Leach-field redone 5 yrs ago,
    • Hot water heater only 2 yrs old, and
    • This home is ready for a generator! 



Amherst Rd, to Savannah, Right into Springfield, home on left. 


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The Souhegan Woods Community

 Souhegan Woods Golf Course

Souhegan Woods is a community of homes built around the award winning Souhegan Woods Golf Course & Country Club.. These homes are sited in a pastoral, rural setting, yet minutes from Amherst center, Merrimack businesses and the Manchester, NH airport. Homes in this community are in either Amherst or Merrimack, NH.


About Merrimack, NH

Merrimack is located in the southern part of New Hampshire in Hillsboro County. The town is made up of four villages: Reeds Ferry in the north, Souhegan Village near the mouth of the river of that name, Thornton's Ferry and South Merrimack in the southern section. Each had its own Post Office, schools, stores and social life.

The rivers were the main source of travel. Reeds Ferry and Thornton Ferry were named for the ferries which operated between Merrimack and Litchfield. There were taverns near the ferries to accommodate the travelers. Later there were taverns along what is now Route 3. The stagecoaches stopped at some of these.

Souhegan Village, which was the center village, was named for the river. Later it was changed to Merrimack. South Merrimack Village was sometimes called "Hard Scrabble because of the difficulty of tilling the soil.

The town of Merrimack was originally part of the 1673 Dunstable grant. In 1734, Massachusetts granted the town organization as Naticook, which was made up of Litchfield and part of Merrimack. In 1746 the boundary line between Massachusetts and New Hampshire was revised and the land which was originally part of Massachusetts now became part of New Hampshire.

April 2nd, 1746 Governor Benning Wentworth signed a charter establishing that the land from Pennichuck Brook to the Souhegan River became the Town of Merrymac. At that time less then 50 families lived here. Pawtucket, Nashuaway and Penacook Indians camped along the banks of the Merrimack and Souhegan Rivers. The Penacooks were greatest in numbers and their chief, Passaconaway, was the ruler of all the tribes in the Merrimack Valley.

June 5th, 1750 the towns charter was ratified giving the town an additional three miles to the north. The added a portion called Souhegan East was made up of the land north of the Souhegan River.

Merrimack has the distinction of having two birthdays, April 2, 1746 when it was first incorporated and June 5, 1750 when it was expanded. Just prior to incorporation it was part of two states and four townships: Dunstable, Massachusetts, and Litchfield, Bedford, and Amherst, New Hampshire.

In the beginning, stores were few and there were no schools. Industry consisted of saw and grist mills. Most of the residents were farmers.

The original meetinghouse was built at the exact center of town. There were two cemeteries. Turkey Hill on Meetinghouse Road is the first mentioned in the town records, but Thornton Cemetery on Route 3 has the oldest gravestone.

The Nineteenth century saw much growth in Merrimack. The meetinghouse was too small and too far from what had become the center of town. The church and government became separate and two new churches were built in more convenient locations, one in South Merrimack and the one on Baboosic Lake Road. A new town hall was built to replace the meetinghouse.

The need for schools was seen and soon Merrimack had eight one room schoolhouses. That number later increased to twelve. Near the end of the century, a form of higher education came to Merrimack. McGaw Normal Institute, a teachers college was built in Reeds Ferry. It later became the high school, only to be torn down when a new high school was built on Baboosic Lake Road. This school is now the Mastricola Middle School.

Industry changed to brick yards and bricks were floated down the Merrimack River to be sold in Lowell Mass. In Reeds Ferry, a cooper shop was built by Fesseden and Lowell Company. The Old White Mill, on Main Street, saw many changes over the years. Built as a woolen mill, it became a tannery shoe shop and then several small businesses occupied the building. It is now a chemical company.

The railroads came to Town and stopped in four locations. The depot on Railroad Avenue is still standing.

Merrimack Flourished in the twentieth century. The population increased. The small neighborhood school closed and three elementary, a middle and a high school were built. Farms were replaced with developments, apartments and condominiums. Industry changed once again, modern facilities housed manufacturers of paper products, furniture and electronics. The brewery and hamlet were opened and the famous Budweiser Clydesdales moved to Merrimack. Many larger stores and shopping malls were built along Route 3 and on Route 101A in South Merrimack. The one time volunteer fire department grew to a full time force with three fire stations. The police department increased and got its own facilities. Town Hall, the library and the schools all had additions built.

The existing roads were improved and more were built, making it necessary to form a Highway Department. The Everett Turnpike and toll booths were constructed, changing much of the landscape of the town. Merrimack has seen many changes since its incorporation in 1746.


"Live Free or Die..."

Our state motto dating back to the American Revolution. Nashua, New Hampshire is one of those "best kept secrets" you seldom hear about. There is no state sales tax or state income tax ! Enjoy all the benefits of Boston, the ocean, lakes, streams and mountains a short drive away.... while living in an active city in a country like setting. I have lived in and enjoyed New Hampshire for over 30 years. That is why my tag line is... Happiness is Living in New Hampshire !


Missy Adams, Realtor

Keller Williams Realty

20 Trafalgar Square Suite 101

Nashua, NH 03063

Telephone: 603-320-6368 or 603-883-8400x138 

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Email: missyadamsrealestate@comcast.net

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Barbara Todaro
RE/MAX Executive Realty - Happily Retired - Franklin, MA
Previously Affiliated with The Todaro Team

Good morning, Missy Adams wishing you well with the marketing of your listing.... hope it sells soon for you...

May 19, 2017 07:40 AM
Missy Adams

Thank you for the support, Barbara..!

May 22, 2017 11:09 AM
Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, KW Diversified - Stevens Point, WI
Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671

Hi Missy, Beautiful home!  With all these great features,  and the golf course.  I am certain you will be getting an offer soon.

May 19, 2017 03:22 PM
Missy Adams

Thanks, Bob. I appreciate the support!

May 22, 2017 11:09 AM
George Souto
George Souto NMLS #65149 FHA, CHFA, VA Mortgages - Middletown, CT
Your Connecticut Mortgage Expert

Missy congratulations on your new listing. Hopefully the right Buyer will come along quickly.

May 21, 2017 04:13 PM
Missy Adams
The Adams Home Team - KW Luxury Homes - Nashua, NH
The Adams Home Team - Dedicated to Your Needs

George, Thanks for stoppong by!

May 22, 2017 05:58 AM
Sean Casey
Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate - Newark, DE
Greenville, Hockessin, Newark & Bear Homes

Nice listing and great presentation!  I hope you get a quick sale!

May 26, 2017 03:58 PM