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Featured Apartments in Dover, NH
Convenient location to schools. Close to downtown and bus line. New grocery store within walking distance.
Dover NH, 03820
2 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartment. Washer and dryer in unit as well as Central Air!!
Dover NH, 03820
Tara Meadows is a 270 apartment community conveniently located 1/2 mile from the Spaulding Turnpike at Exit 9.
Dover NH, 03878
Efficient Gas Heat and Central Air Conditioning...Peaceful Residential Area...Convenient Access to the Spaulding Turnpike... Please call for availabilty.
Dover NH, 03867
Friendly Community...Close to Parks...Easy Access to Highway...
Dover NH, 03867
Overview of Dover
Conveniently located halfway between Portsmouth and Rochester, the quaint community of Dover is one of New Hampshire's finest. With its storied history, charming downtown, and family-friendly amenities, Dover apartments for rent are among some of the best places for families in New Hampshire to live. Although it may have a quiet, small-town atmosphere, Dover is just an hour's drive to Boston, Mass., and Portland, Maine, so living here also puts you close to many big-city amenities as well. Since Dover has so much to offer, it is no surprise that the city has seen an 11 percent increase in population from 2000 to 2010, according to City-Data.
Living in Dover, NH
With a history spanning nearly four centuries, Dover is New Hampshire's oldest permanent settlement, having been founded as a colonial seaport. Nestled between the mountains and ocean, it grew as leading manufacturer of cotton goods and thrived in the brick industry during the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, the city is still a popular community for businesses and students, as Dover is close to the University of New Hampshire and is the site of a burgeoning high-tech movement. As for the residential community, many citizens here enjoy an excellent school system, high quality of life and stunning New England landscapes that attract visitors to fall foliage each year. According to a 2011 estimation from the U.S. Census Bureau, Dover is home to more than 30,000 residents.
Dover Attractions and Special Events
One of the city's biggest attractions is the Miracle Mile, a strip of two major shopping centers and restaurants located just north of downtown.
Dover is also home to two major festivals each year. One is the Seacoast Irish Festival, a one-day event in downtown Dover every September that celebrates the city's Irish heritage with traditional songs, dancing, food and drink.
Another popular event is the Cochecho Arts Festival, a summer-long series that showcases internationally- and nationally-recognized performances in music and visual art. There are plenty of activities for adults and children alike, making Cochecho a local favorite each year.
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