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Richmond has an abundance of parks for your recreation and enjoyment. Pack and picnic and bring the family for a wonderful day together. The Historic Richmond Town Hall, built in 1780, was originally the Baptist Meeting House and was used for both civic and religious purposes. Back in 1979, the hall was considered one of the oldest meeting houses in the state of New Hampshire. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many young professionals live in Richmond and welcome new families to their quiet (and beautiful) New England town.

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Why It's Important To Work With A Realtor

Why It's Important To Work With A Realtor

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