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Settled in 1640, this town was formed as a result of a boundary dispute between Massachusetts and New Hampshire. With a heavy growth of native trees, it was originally known as “Timberlane Parish.” The Hampstead Meetinghouse (1749-1768) was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. With its eye-pleasing downtown area and historic Main Street, aligned with beautiful antique colonial homes, this is a town you will definitely want to stop in and visit. A great beach, recreational activities such as boating, kayaking, swimming and hiking, are just a few things to enjoy here. Shopping, restaurants, activities and friendly people await.
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