Little Harbor Real Estate Resources
Little Harbor: A Hidden Gem in Portsmouth, NH
If you want a true taste of the New Hampshire seacoast lifestyle, Little Harbor is a wonderful place to live. Located in South Portsmouth along the waterfront, Little Harbor looks and feels like a quaint seaside village.
A drive along Little Harbor Road is one of the most scenic routes in this community, passing between groves of ancient trees and some of Portsmouth's most beautiful properties. Once you turn out onto Sagamore Avenue, you'll find more sunshine and New England-style houses with wide front porches. From there, you're only a few minutes from Portsmouth's beautiful and historic downtown. Let us introduce you to the area.
Find Homes for Sale in Little Harbor
Looking for homes in Portsmouth, NH? Take a peek at all properties available in Portsmouth's charming Little Harbor community below. If you see a listing you like, contact us and we'll take you on a tour!
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Selling a home in Little Harbor? We can help! Learn more about listing your home with our team, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.
As Realtors who call Portsmouth our home, we love living and working in this wonderful area. Little Harbor is one of the coolest communities in Portsmouth, so if you're considering buying property here, we are more than happy to show you around.
Don't have time to take an in-person tour right now? That's okay—watch our video tour instead! We took a drive through Little Harbor down Richards Avenue, one of the prettiest streets in town, right after it snowed. You'll be able to catch a glimpse of the tree-lined streets, houses with front porches, and the beautiful New England scenery that we love so much. Go ahead and see what Little Harbor has to offer!
Little Harbor Attractions
Key Features of Little Harbor
Activities & Sightseeing
Love history? Take a guided tour of the 18th-century Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, the historic home of NH's first Royal Governor and later an affluent amateur artist. Love the water? Take a cruise up and down Sagamore Creek or the Piscataqua River, accessible by several marinas in town. Love to golf? Tee off at Wentworth By The Sea Country Club, a local course with phenomenal views. Of course, there's always something fun to do in Portsmouth's downtown!
Homes & Communities
If you can't get enough of New Hampshire homes with charming front porches, tree-lined streets, and historic flair, you'll love owning a home in Little Harbor. This part of town is as pretty as a postcard! Since Little Harbor is located right on the waterfront, you'll find plenty of riverfront properties and homes with boat docks in this area. Contact us and we'll help you find your dream home.
Little Harbor has its fair share of history—and historic attractions, too. We mentioned the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion before (which was constructed in the 1700s), but other points of interest include Creek Farm (a portion of royal Governor Benning Wentworth's historic farm), Little Harbor Chapel (built in 1902), the Ice House Restaurant (located in a building constructed during the 1950s), and BG’s BoatHouse Restaurant (built in 1978).
Talk To The Local Experts
Portsmouth, NH is a beautiful place to live. If you're considering buying or selling a home in Little Harbor, contact us. As longtime residents and experienced Realtors, we have a wealth of resources about everything from tips to move to Portsmouth to ways to increase your home's value. Let's talk about your goals.
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