Local NH real estate company, Lamacchia Realty Inc. is happy to provide the community of Merrimack, NH with their wide range of real estate services, skills and experiences. With an office in Nashua, NH, our local team has grown to being one of the more successful real estate companies in Southern New Hampshire. Home to around 25,000 residents, Merrimack College and many other prospering businesses, we understand what this town has to offer. Whether you are looking to sell a home, or purchase one, look to see how Lamacchia stands above the competition.
Local Nashua Office
1 Tara Boulevard, Suite 200
Nashua, New Hampshire,03062
Selling In Merrimack NH
There are so many aspects to selling a property that when selecting a real estate agent, you need to go with the one you feel most comfortable with. You need to go with one who is experienced and can get the job done right. At Lamacchia Realty all of our real estate agents are highly trained and skilled. Along with your personal real estate agent, when selling with Lamacchia, your home will be pumped into our super charged marketing plan. Through TV, social media, interactive marketing plans, high quality photos, other real estate websites & reverse prospecting, you know that people will see your home.
Buying In Merrimack NH
Whether you are selling and need to buy or are just looking for a home buyer agent, our team can help you find the perfect home without wasting money. We understand the market trends are always changing and we are able to stay on top of them to get you the best home for the best price. So much goes into purchasing a home. Contact your local real estate agent to learn more about what we can do for you.
Lamacchia Realty Inc. can be contacted over the phone at 603-791-4992 or through our online contact form.
Learn More About Merrimack NH
Located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Merrimack is a town with a population of 25,494 (2010 census). Based on the population, Merrimack earns the title of being the 8th largest municipality within New Hampshire. The town was also ranked by CNN Money as the 23rd best place to live in the US
Merrimack consists of 4 villages – Merrimack Village, South Merrimack, Thorntons Ferry, and Reeds Ferry.
There are 6 public schools in Merrimack and each of them is managed by the Merrimack School District. The schools are Reeds Ferry Elementary School, Thorntons Ferry Elementary School, Merrimack High School, Merrimack Middle School, James Mastricola Upper Elementary School, and James Mastricola Elementary School.
Merrimack is home to plenty of parks that can be used for recreation and a range of other activities.
The Twin Bridge Park is located right at the Town Center. The park is spread across 27 acres and history tells us that it was deeded to Merrimack by a committee consisting of townspeople. Twin Bridge Park is bounded by the Baboosic Brook on the north and east ends. The name, Twin Bridge, was given because of how people used the two bridges here to cross the brook. In fact, the rebuilt bridges are still anchored by the original abutments.
Hiking on the trails along the brook will take you through a wood, which is known for American Hemlock trees. Walkers will also find Witchhazel trees, which are the primary understory growth here.
Activities at the Twin Bridge Park comprise half-court basketball, a play area for the Kids Kove children, Little league baseball at Bise Field, and walking paths. There are picnic tables available as well.
The Merrimack Youth Association headquarters can also be found here.
Next up, we have the Abbie Griffin Park, which is located at the Town Center. This particular park is used for hosting festivals and concerts. There is a bandstand present at the park, which is frequently used for weddings
Another fantastic option is the Watson Park, which was gifted to the town by Barbara and Harold Watson. The park was dedicated officially in 2010 with the objective of providing naturally open spaces to the residents of Merrimack.
On the southern end, the park is bounded by the Souhegan River, while the eastern end is bound by the Baboosic Brook. Watson Park serves as the anchor for a trails system that heads west and north along the Souhegan River and Baboosic Brook, respectively.
There are also plans in place to set up space that will host information concerning the park’s history in relation to its industrial past, along with space for recreational activities.
Current activities at the park include fishing, visiting the butterfly garden, enjoying scenic views of the river, picnicking, and carry-in boating. There is also a lawn area that is used for relaxation and other passive activities.