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10 Best Places to Retire in New Hampshire

Which are the best places to retire in New Hampshire?

This is the fifth smallest state in the United States by land area and the 9th least populated. That shouldn’t discourage you, however, since it’s sometimes a good thing to live in a smaller community rather than in extremely populated areas where you can’t even breathe right.

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New Hampshire has 1.3 million residents and a territory spanning over 9,351 square miles, out of which water represents some 4 percent. The state borders Canada to the north and northwest, as well as Maine and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, Massachusetts in the south and Vermont in the west. Speaking of neighborhood, don’t miss to check best places to retire in Massachusetts, as well.

There’s plenty of nature to enjoy in this state, whether we’re talking about rivers and lakes or the White Mountains that can be found in the north central area. On the downside, however, New Hampshire has been dubbed the area with the “worst weather in the world.” Whether that’s 100 percent true or not is up to debate, but the fact remains that it’s really windy, rather cold and not too friendly as far as climate goes.

Across the state, the average home price is $205,900, which isn’t too terrible. The average cost of living in New Hampshire is 116.6, with 100 being the national average. The crime rate is 32, so things are pretty good from this point of view. There are also 283 physicians per 100,000 residents in this state.

For our list today we took into consideration the data for the categories above regarding each county in New Hampshire, as well as the average commute time, since no one wants to spend too much in the car going to and from wherever they’re traveling to. For each of the categories, we handed out points depending on their position, and we awarded extra points to those counties that have more physicians than the state’s average since healthcare can be a crucial issue for pensioners. Information comes from Sperling’s Best Places which centralizes data from several governmental sources.

Without any more chitchat here are the 10 best places to retire in New Hampshire.

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