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Video of 9 Evelyn Noyes | Chester, New Hampshire

By Fred Light
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Chester, New Hampshire is a quaint town deeply rooted in a rich history and is the epitome of a "New England Town".Despite its small size, Chester is actively promoting its growth. Once a total farm community, it still maintains the very small town feel (the population is less than 5,000). The local school, Chester Academy, goes through grade 8 and from there students go to Pinkerton Academy (very highly ranked in NH).
Chester has the third highest median income in the state with solid property values and slow growth. Chester lends itself to country living with lots of fishing, hunting, and hiking. Its a small quiet town with the usual local activities centered around the church and the town hall, where everyone seems to know everyone else.
Chester College is a small private 4 year college with an emphasis on the arts. Their motto is for the Artists, the Thinkers, and the Writers. The Wadleigh library located at the college offers many cultural events for people of all ages.
Chester is part of Rockingham County, a county that has been cited on numerous occasions as one of the best locations in which to establish a home and a thriving business. This has been accomplished by providing residents with outstanding opportunities in education, strategic business location, a skilled labor force, no state income tax and an excellent quality of life.
Chester has great proximity to the communities along the route 101 corridor. Specifically about 10 miles to Raymond and points east such as Exeter, Epping, etc., which makes it very commutable for people working anywhere from Manchester to the seacoast.
This particular property is in brand new small development of just 11 homes by a very highly regarded local builder, which is set on a 14 acre pond. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking and fishing right from your backyard