Salisbury NH Homes/Land For Sale

While still part of Massachusetts, the town was granted as Baker's Town after Captain Thomas Baker in 1736. After New Hampshire became a separate colony, the town was re-granted with the name Stevenstown. Additionally known as Gerrishtown and New Salisbury, the name Salisbury was taken when the town incorporated in 1768.

Orator and statesman Daniel Webster was born in what had been Salisbury in 1782. His birthplace is now located in the newer city of Franklin.

Salisbury is located about 20 minutes northwest of Concord, which is considered the local area for shopping, dining and entertainment. Salisbury is part of the Merrimack Valley School District.


567 North Road, Salisbury, NH 03268


Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 4722119

  • Land
  • Acreage 38
  • Area Rural
  • Zoning Agricultural

Beautiful, open, level, grassy farmland with 1600+ ' road frontage. All in current use. About 20 acres open the rest wooded with plenty of Maples for tapping. Located on a scenic road, dotted with open farm land. Mountain views. Development potential. Close to Concord. Sale is subject to final subdivision approval.

Listed by Terry Calder of Farms & Barns RE, LLC

$/month over payments
Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.9% last updated on Oct 11, 2018
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