Mobile Homes in Nashua
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Is buying a mobile home in Nashua, New Hampshire all it’s cracked up to be?
So why exactly is buying a mobile home in Nashua, NH such a popular choice right now? Nashua is ranked as an exceptionally livable city by almost all metrics, scoring better than New Hampshire as a whole and well above the average for the US. The crime rate is exceptionally low and the city offers some of the best amenities possible. The cost of living in Nashua is only 1% higher than the average for NH, but that is already high by many standards. Luckily, incomes also tend to be high.
Today we’ll explore some of the best places to find mobile homes in Nashua. We’ll compare some of the city’s best neighborhoods, and try to give you the information you’ll need to choose the right place – if you do decide to move. We’ll look at Nashua’s geography, the demographics of its people and many of the things that make the city special.
History of Nashua
History of Nashua
Nashua was first settled as a fur trading town called Dunstable in 1654, at the confluence of the Merrimack and Nashua rivers. Dunstable was split between NH and MA in 1741 when the border between them was finally set, though the half in NH was not renamed ‘Nashua’ until 1836. The city industrialized quickly, and after the post WWII sag in the textile industry began to become the tech industry bright spot we know today.
Things to do in Nashua
Things to do in Nashua
Nashua is also a tourist destination, and while looking for Nashua, NH mobile homes for sale, you could spend some time at Mine Falls Park, the SkyVenture water park, Greenley Park, or shopping at the Pheasant Lane mall. You could tour (and taste) at Spyglass Brewing, the Millyard Brewery or IncrediBREW, or explore the Nashua national Fish hatchery. The Graffiti Paintbar is also a nice afternoon out.
Nashua lies on the border between New Hampshire and Massachusetts, near the confluence of 2 of the region’s major rivers. It is bordered on the east by the Merrimack River, and the Nashua River (as well as several tributaries to the Merrimack) run through it. The northern boundary of Nashua is defined by Pennichuck Brook. People looking for Nashua mobile homes should know that the entire area is densely populated, and Nashua is surrounded by other communities in the metropolitan area, such as Hollis to the west, Pepperell to the southwest, Dunstable to the south, Tyngsborough to the southeast, Hudson to the east, Litchfield to the northeast and Merrimack to the north. Before you decide whether or not to buy a mobile home in Nashua, though, think about what kind of neighborhood you want to live in. What factors would make one better than another? Is the length of your commute the primary factor, or is it the safety of the neighborhood and proximity to schools? Each of the following areas attracts different types of people. Nashua Neighborhoods Crown Hill If you are buying land in New Hampshire, the neighborhood of Crown Hill is worth a look. Housing prices are just about average for New Hampshire, but in the upper 63% of the US as a whole, with median values around $380,000. Crown Hill is a densely packed urban neighborhood made up mostly of apartment buildings and high-rises. However, there are also plenty of historic homes built just after WWI, and others from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Vacancy rates are fairly low, at 5.1%, so those homes for sale in Crown Hill tend to move quickly. Broad Acres Some of the best mobile homes in Nashua, NH can be found in Broad Acres, also called Lincoln Park. The median real estate prices there are high even by New Hampshire standards, though, at more than $405,000. The density is suburban, and you’ll have plenty of room to breathe in Broad Acres. The residential land is a mix of single-family and multiple-family units, most built after 1970. The vacancy rate is very low, though, at just under 2%. North End Buying a mobile home in Nashua, NH could be tricky in the North End. This is an affluent neighborhood with median property values in excess of $431,000. Worse, the vacancy rate is a whisper-thin 2%. However, if you do find a manufactured home for sale in Nashua’s North End, it will probably be a very nice one. Contant Road & McKenna Drive This is another well-off neighborhood with few low-end Nashua mobile homes for sale. Median real estate prices exceed $475,000, which is nearly as high for NH as it is for the US as a whole. Most of the homes here are owner occupied, and were built between the 1970s and the turn of the century. The vacancy rate is around 2.4%, indicating that people are in no hurry to move out of this area once they get established. East Dunstable Road, Nashua One of the most expensive and exclusive places to buy a mobile home in Nashua might be the East Dunstable Road neighborhood. Median real estate prices are a stratospheric $546,000+, putting it in the top 12% of neighborhoods in the state. Most of the homes were built after 1970, and many date to the 21st century. The vacancy rate here is the lowest we’ve seen in this article at 1.8%.
If you are planning on buying a mobile home in Nashua, how will you fit in with its people? Nashua had 91,322 residents as of the 2020 census, just under 5000 more than in 2010. This slow but steady rate of growth has been the state there for decades, and indicates a gradual intensification of population density in a city that cannot expand outwards.
Just over 92% of Nashua residents over the age of 25 have high school diplomas, and just over 37% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher. The median household income was $73,785 in 2020, and the median value of owner-occupied housing units was $279,800 in the same year.
Arts in Nashua
Arts in Nashua
Nashua has a long history, and the Nashua historical Society works hard to keep that history accessible to visitors and residents. Cornerstones of the city’s arts and cultural scene include the Picker Collective, the Actorsingers, Symphony NH, the Peacock Players, the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, the Nashua Community Concert Association, the Nashua Area Artists Association and City Arts Nashua, Inc. Anyone looking to buy a mobile home in Nashua, NH can also attend annual events like SummerFun, Restaurant Week, Taste of Downtown Nashua or Holiday Stroll, or see a baseball game at Holman Stadium.
Schools in Nashua
Schools in Nashua
Just a few of the best primary and secondary schools in and around Nashua include World Academy, Sunset Heights Elementary School, Saint Christopher Academy, Pennichuck Middle School, Nashua High School South, Nashua High School North, Mount Pleasant Elementary School, Ledge Street Elementary School, Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School, Brentwood Academy, the Academy for Science and Design, Bicentennial Elementary School and Amherst Street Elementary School. Colleges and universities in and around Nashua include the Nashua Campus of Southern New Hampshire University, River University, Nashua Community College and Granite State College.
Nashua is a densely packed New England town at the heart of a large and thriving metropolitan area. That can make mobile homes hard to find, but will all but ensure that those that are available will be high value units in lovely surroundings. The real issue, though, is whether you actually enjoy spending time in Nashua, and only a visit can answer that question conclusively.
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