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    Litchfield Real Estate

    Originally known as Naticook, the name was changed to Brenton’s Farm in 1729 when the land was granted to William Brenton, colonial governor of Rhode Island. The town was incorporated in 1734. After Brenton’s death in 1749, the land was granted to another group of settlers and named Litchfield after George Henry Lee, Earl of Litchfield.

    Wiseman Claget moved to his substantial estates here shortly before the Revolution. He was involved in the temporary government serving as the only Solicitor General, the post being abolished shortly before his death in 1784.

    Litchfield, NH serves it’s student population with a number of public and private schools. To learn more about our public schools please visit SAU27. In addition to the public schools, Litchfield also has a number of private schools. Click Here for additional information about all of the schools available in the Litchfield area.

    Litchfield, NH also has an incredible array of area restaurants for you to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a spectacular Fine Dining experience, Casual Dining, Family Fun, or a quick Take Out, you can find it here.

    The Litchfield, NH area has a number of local attractions and fun things to do for a day, weekend, or vacation. Check out Family Days Out for more information on Theme parks & Water Fun, Museum’s & History, Entertainment, Camping, Skiing and more!

    Looking for a local Litchfield, NH business? Click Here to see local businesses associated with the Chamber of Commerce.

    Click here to search all homes available in Litchfield, NH.

    For more information about Litchfield Real Estate, please contact Lajoie Home Team at 603-498-6462. Sign up on my website to view the latest homes for sale in Litchfield, NH!

    Start searching for your Dream home in Litchfield, NH today. Terry Lajoie is here to provide you with outstanding service for all your Real Estate needs.