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Retirement Living in Souhegan Valley, Gateway to the Monadnock Region - New Hampshire


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Area Description

Small local communities with access to major highways and conveniences, Shopping and Airports.
These small towns are a short drive from the three major cities in NH, Concord, Manchester and Nashua. There are ample places to enjoy new restaurants, shopping, and quaint New England charm. Mount Mondadnock, the second most climbed mountainn in the world, is located in Jaffrey and is a beautiful focal point of the Monadnock Region.

The seasons are beautiful all year round in this region. Explore the covered bridges, beautiful farms and valleys, and beautiful New England scenery of the Souhegan Valley.

Includes Cities/Towns: Amherst, Brookline, Greenville, Hancock, Hollis, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Wilton.

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   NH, specifically the Souhegan Valley area is located one hour to the lakes, one hour to the ocean, one hour to the mountains, and located less than one hour to three major cities. Great place to live with many activities indoors and outdoors.

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Milford Area Players and Peterborough Players are two of a few live play performances available. Summer time has endless outdoor free concerts, Fall brings pumpkin festivals and NH Open Door society for local artisans.

Public transportation




Local taxis, bus and senior citizen transportation are all available. Manchester Airport is a great international airport with a small town feel.

Medical Facilities


Best medical facilities in the world are located in New England. Many within an hour to the Souhegan Valley.

Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  10.9  21.4  31.9  3.5 "
 Feb  13.6  24.6  35.6  3.3 "
 Mar  22.3  33.1  43.9  4.0 "
 Apr  33.3  44.9  56.6  4.1 "
 May  43.3  55.8  68.3  4.0 "
 Jun  52.9  64.4  75.9  4.2 "
 Jul  58.6  70.1  81.6  3.9 "
 Aug  56.6  67.9  79.2  4.0 "
 Sep  48.3  59.8  71.2  3.6 "
 Oct  36.3  48.4  60.6  4.3 "
 Nov  28.3  38.4  48.6  4.2 "
 Dec  17.9  27.8  37.6  3.8 "


Spring temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 40's and highs in the mid 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the low 30's. Summer temperatures are mild with averages in the upper 60's and highs in the upper 70's. Nights are cool with lows in the mid 50's. Fall temperatures are cold with averages in the upper 40's and highs in the low 60's. Nights are cold with lows in the upper 30's. Winter temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 20's and highs in the mid 30's. Nights are cold with lows in the mid 10's.

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Cost of Living for Souhegan Valley, Gateway to the Monadnock Region, NH

Souhegan Valley, Gateway to the Monadnock Region, New Hampshire cost of living for Housing, Healthcare, Transportation, Taxes, Utilities, etc.:

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Senior Assistance in Souhegan Valley, Gateway to the Monadnock Region, NH

Souhegan Valley, Gateway to the Monadnock Region, New Hampshire offers the following assistance for seniors:



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Meals on Wheels
Local Animal Shelters
Homeless Shelters
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Town Government Committees
Educational opportunities for voluteers (ie., reading in the elementary schools)
Seniors Helping Seniors
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