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Hollis NH Real Estate

Bordering Nashua and located 38 miles northwest of Boston, Hollis is the destination point for residents searching for an easy commute to the greater Boston area. As with many of the towns on the New Hampshire border with Massachusetts, Hollis is rapidly changing from mixed-use farmland (apple orchards, corn, pumpkins, and other vegetables) to a bedroom community for the many commuters who work in Massachusetts but choose to live in New Hampshire.   Residents of Hollis enjoy a number of town traditions and celebrations characteristic of old New England towns. From the Annual Strawberry Festival to Old Home Day, residents enjoy games, music, animals, hot air balloons and fireworks. A town center which is listed on the National Register of Historical Places, adds charm to the quaint country community. With a fine mix of historic country homes and upscale newer construction, this town has many choices for the discerning buyer. 


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Town Information

Population: 7,760

Schools: Hollis and Brookline make up SAU 40. Hollis Primary School (K-3rd) Hollis Upper Elementary (4th-6th), Hollis Brookline Middle School (7th-8th) Hollis Brookline High School (9th-12th) .

Real Estate*:

  • 87 single Family Homes Sold in 2014
  • 2014 Single Family Average Sales Price: $402,442
  • 10 Condos Sold in 2014
  • 2014 Condo Average Sales Price: $249,900

*Source: NNEREN