The Price to Pay for the Highest Quality of Life is Far Less in NH
Having lived in #NewYorkCity, Connecticut and Boston I had a different opinion of New Hampshire before ever stepping foot in the State. People I knew called it #NewHampster or #CowHampshire. After all the population was a fraction of what is in those states and seemed to be in the boonies and just so far north. It didn't take long before realizing it was nothing less than beautiful with over 1300 lakes, Lake Winnipesaukee, a pristine 44,000 acre lake in the Lakes Region made famous by the film #OnGoldenPond staring #KatherynHepburn with Jane and Henry Fonda written by local talent #ErnestThompson. The "Big Lake" is surrounded by the majestic White Mountains. You see, I was paying $2000 a month for an apartment in Boston with no High speed internet access,
Then I discovered the real wealth of New Hampshire in Wolfeboro. Rich in History as Americas's Oldest Resort" and Rich in Natural Beauty and some of the most beautiful waterfront estates for about 25-50% of what would be fetched in the Hamptons in NY or the Massachusetts and Connecticut seacoast--and without the traffic.
o New Hampshire rated most livable state by US News and World Report.
o CNBC ranked New Hampshire as America's Top State for "Quality of Life."--
o 3rd highest number of second homes in the country
o New Hampshire is the 7th wealthiest state in the country with only 1,320,700 people with a median income of $63,280
o New Hampshire ranks #1 again in the nation for "Overall child well-being" by #AnnieECasey Foundation's #KidsCount ® Data Book
o New Hampshire is ranked by a wide margin the Number one state in a Living Index (at 3.2) which includes being ranked
o Number 1 as the Safest and Most Livable state,
* Number 2 in Family well being and Health
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