North Hampton's Location
The town of North Hampton stretches along only a small piece of the NH Seacoast as compared to its neighboring towns (Hampton to the south and Rye to the north), but it certainly holds its own when it comes to exquisite seaside estates. The entire drive along Route 1A is breathtaking, but North Hampton claims one particular stretch of 1A (between Sea Road and Causeway Road) that features some of the most incredible properties in New Hampshire.
The majority of town lies inland and offers convenient access around the Seacoast via Route 1 and Route 101. I-95 also runs through the western part of North Hampton with an access ramp at the Hampton/North Hampton town line.
Historically, North Hampton was a part of Hampton known as "North Hill" until it was granted its own township in 1742. Today, the town has it's own elementary school (pre-8th grade) and then students attend Winnacunnet High School in Hampton for high school.
Homes prices in Hampton Falls tend to be some of the more expensive along the Seacoast with the average sales price in 2017 coming in at $714,675. That said, there are more affordable options for buyers with a smaller budget.
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North Hampton Town Seal