NH - Greenland

One of the earliest settlements in the state, Greenland was a parish of Portsmouth (then called Strawbery Banke) operating in 1638. Incorporated in 1721. Known for its natural beauty, this area has it all with gorgeous mountain, water, and forest views. Enjoy reconnecting with the great outdoors in this fantastic community.

A Snapshot of the Area



82ºF / 54ºF

Summer Climate

39ºF / 17ºF

Winter Climate

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Greenland at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 4,123
County: Rockingham
Median household income: $115,833
Median home value: $460,300

Travel & Commute

Newington: 10 min
York, ME: 16 min
Portsmouth: 13 min
Major Roads: Maine 151, 33

There's So Much to LOVE in Greenland!

Incredible Outdoor Scenery

With such an ideal location, it should come as no surprise that most residents list the beautiful surroundings as one of the best parts of living in Greenland. Imagine being able to wake up incredible views of mountain valleys, rolling hills, or peaceful waters. Any environment you could want is only moments away!

A Booming Economy

With Greenland's median income at almost $17,000 more than the average New Hampshire wage, and the median home value being #200,000 above the average, it should come as no surprise that Greenland's economy is booming. Competitive wages and a healthy job market have allowed this area to flourish. Plus, with many tax breaks, Greenland is a great place to retire.

Outdoor Recreation

Take advantage of the beautiful surroundings by enjoying one of the many recreational opportunities available to you in Greenland. Go hiking at Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge, relax with a round of golf at Pease Golf Course, or enjoy a tranquil kayak adventure at nearby Great Bay.

Historic Roots

As with many other New England communities, Greenland can trace its roots back to Pre-Revolutionary War days. In fact, one of the most unique attributes of this town is that one of the original homes from this period is still standing to this day, giving you a peek into the past.

Talk To The Local Experts

Once you're here, this area just makes you fall in love with it, and this just helps to make our job that much more enjoyable!

If you're considering buying or selling a home in Greenland, contact us. As longtime residents and experienced Realtors, we have a wealth of resources about everything from tips to move to Greenland to ways to increase your home's value. Let's talk about your goals.

Call or text us at 603-436-1221.