NH - Rochester

A New England Town Worthy of a Postcard

Rochester has all you have come to expect from a small New England town: a historic downtown, beautiful river views, active community centers, and fun activities all year round. And with a prime location along Spaulding Turnpike, Rochester is just minutes from the amenities of nearby Portsmouth

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A view of the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve between tall pine trees as the sun sets.

Rochester sits right on the border of New Hampshire and Maine and straddles the winding Cocheco River. If you love the outdoors, you'll love living in Rochester! If you don't, don't worry—there's still plenty to do without leaving town. We're always happy to show you around the area and take you to Rochester's hidden gems, so please don't hesitate to reach out.

Why You'll Love to Call Rochester Home:

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Rochester has excellent local schools

The Rochester School District serves just over 4,000 students at its 11 schools. At the Richard W. Creteau Regional Technology Center (located at Spaulding High School), high school students from Rochester and neighboring communities can take career preparation courses and leadership programs, while small children can enjoy hands-on learning through the preschool program.
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The community is tightly knit

It's easy to connect with people in this thriving town. Meet your neighbors at the Rochester Community Center, shop local at the Rochester Farmers' Market, and visit (or compete in shows and exhibitions) at the annual Rochester Fair.
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Rochester has something for all ages

As we mentioned before, Rochester is a haven for outdoor recreation. Popular activities include swimming at the pool or hiking through the woods at Hanson Pines Park, youth sports at Roger Allen Park, and golfing at Rochester Country Club. But residents also enjoy cultural events at Rochester Opera House, antiquing on Main Street, and dining in style at the Governor's Inn.
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Rochester has the perfect location

Rochester is roughly halfway between Portland, ME and Boston, MA. About 30 minutes away is Portsmouth, NH, as is the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.

Talk To The Local Experts

Once you're here, you can't help but fall in love with everything this community has to offer. We are so grateful to live and work in this amazing area, so we can't wait to introduce you to Rochester and the entire New Hampshire Seacoast. 

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

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