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Plymouth, NH

Granite Groups Plymouth Office is located on Tenney Mountain Highway. If you are looking for homes for sale in Plymouth, NH or you are thinking about listing your home, please contact Granite Group. Our dedicated agents are here to help you with your Real Estate needs. If you have ny questions about the town of Plymouth please contact our Plymouth office and one of our agents will gladly answer your questions.

Plymouth is a small town in Grafton County in the White Mountains Region. Plymouth is located at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers. There are over 7,000 residents in Plymouth. The town is home to Plymouth State University, Speare Memorial Hospital, and Plymouth Regional High School.

Plymouth is located just off Exit 25 and Exit 26 of Interstate I-93.

Plymouth was originally the site of an Abenaki village that was burned to the ground by Captain Thomas er in 1712. This was just one of the many British raids on American Indian settlements during Queen Anne's War. Part of a large plot of undivided land in the Pemigewasset Valley, the town was first named New Plymouth, after the original Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth granted Plymouth to settlers from Hollis, all of whom had been soldiers in the French and Indian War.

Plymouth is home to Plymouth State University. Plymouth State University is a regional university offering learning environment for undergraduate, graduate, and non-traditional students. PSU offers 42 undergraduate majors and 62 minors. In addition to outstanding programs in education, business, humanities, arts, and the natural and social sciences; centers and institutes for meteorology, the environment, New Hampshire studies, and rural partnerships are hallmark outreach programs. If you are looking for Real Estate in or around Plymouth or a college rental near Plymouth State University please contact Granite Group today!

Visit the Plymouth State Universitywebsite here.

Plymouth is not farm from Squam Lake located in Holderness NH. 

There are several places to visit for recreation in Plymouth.


Sites of Interest

  • Plymouth Historical Museum
  • Pease Public Library
  • Lamson Library
  • BoyPond Park
  • Langdon Beach
  • Smith Millennium Bridge (a covered bridge over the Baker River)