Town Spotlight: Rye, New Hampshire
Rye was the first New Hampshire settlement by a group of Fisherman at Odiorne Point. Rye was formally known as Sandy Point which indicates what is is best known for, a stunning coastline.
Located directly on the Atlantic Ocean, Rye boasts the longest coastline in New Hampshire and Odiorne Point is now a state park that is the largest undeveloped land on the 18 miles of New Hampshire coastline. Rye is also home to four of the nine islands known as the Isles of Shoals and several beautiful beaches, including Wallis Sands and Jenness.
Almost all of the commerce in Rye stems from local businesses.
Real Estate in Rye, NH
Rye's real estate has a wide variety of homes for sale. On the beach cabins to ocean front mansions, inland starter homes to new construction lots. The current residential listings range from $174,900 to $3,950,000 further outlining the wide range available.
Home buyers flock to this town because of the beautiful scenery, historical presence and great commuter location being approximately an hour from Boston and minutes from Portsmouth.
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Number of Homes on the Market TODAY -51
Average LIST Price in the Last 60 Days - $800,756
Average SOLD Price in the Last 60 Days - $3,950,000
Number of Homes Sold in the Last 60 Days - 9