Find a variety of real estate including single family homes and land for sale in Middleton, New Hampshire. Land parcels range in sizes and types of terrain. Single family homes include log cabins, Capes, contemporaries, and turnkey cottages. Residents enjoy fishing, swimming, and boating in the summer. Automotive ice races are held on the lake In the winter, depending on conditions. Browse current real estate listings in Middleton below.
Middleton split from Brookfield in 1794, and Moose Mountain separates the two towns. Sunrise Lake is in Middleton and is approximately one mile long by one-half a mile across at its widest point. It is a very clean, shallow lake with abundant fish and waterfowl. The public beach, John's Beach, is located off Route 153. There is also a boat launch nearby.
Middleton's Old Town Hall, located on Kings Highway, was originally built in 1795 as a meeting house on Ridge Road, then moved to its current location in 1812, jacked up and the Town Hall added beneath. The original stucco paintings by John Avery were painted in 1811 and touched up in 1841. It’s a beautiful wrap-around landscape mural of trees and scenery.
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