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NH Voted Most Livable State April 16, 2007

Filed under: Most-livable-state,New Hampshire — Vanessa Sarlo @ 6:04 pm

Good ol’ New Hampshire. Despite its unpredictable climate and long winters, high property taxes, expensive housing market, and proximity to Maine (just kidding) it was recently named the “most livable state” by Morgan Quinto Press. I personally have been a lifelong resident, having lived in Nashua, Amherst, Milford, and now Manchester for over twenty-five years. Do I think it is the most livable state? Maybe–but having never actually lived in another state, I don’t think I am in any position to make that kind of decision.

To read more about just how great the Granite State is and how the prestigious title came about, visit the EagleTribune.

Or, even better, share your own opinions as to why NH is or isn’t the most livable state in America.

Downtown Nashua, NH

Downtown Nashua, NH