Weare Land For Sale

Weare is a popular suburb community of its larger neighbors, the cities of Concord and Manchester. It was granted to veterans of the Canadian wars in 1735 by Governor Jonathan Belcher. But the charter was ruled invalid because of a prior claim by the  Masonian proprietors, who granted it as Hale's Town to Ichabod Robie in 1749. It was also known as Robie's Town or Weare's Town before being incorporated by Governor Benning Wentworth in 1764 as Weare, after Meshech Weare  who served as the town's first clerk.

 

It is home to Clough State Park, a 50 acre picnic and recreation area on the shores of Everett Lake. The Piscataquag River, which flows 14 miles through the town of Weare was once one of the best sources of water power in the state. In the early 1900s 22 mill sites had been located along the banks of the river in the Weare area. On September 21, 1938, following several days of heavy rain, a hurricane moving up from the West Indies passed through the center of New England. The additional heavy rains from the hurricane caused the failure of the Deering Reservoir Dam, which resulted in a wall of raging water to rush down to the Weare Reservoir Dam. Although the dam held, the rushing water broke through the land at the side of the dam, releasing the millions of gallons of water in the reservoir. The raging river, completely out of control, washed away everything in its path, leaving parts of Weare devastated.
In response to the 1938 hurricane disaster and other seasonal floods, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built the 2,000-foot long Everett Dam, as part of the Hopkinton-Everett Flood Control Project, which had been authorized by Congress to prevent a recurrence of the devastating floods.

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432 South Stark, Weare, NH 03281

Price$175,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 4612331

  • Land
  • Acreage 1.15
  • Zoning Commercial

1.152 +/- Acres of Commercial Development Land (Pad Site) for Sale. Currently under development as a self storage facility, this site (Phase II) is available for a variety of retail, medical or office development. Additional land could be available depending on the proposed use as outlined in the attached site plan for additional cost of up to $100,000. The site could have its own curb cut or share existing curb cut with self storage. A long term land lease will be considered with a qualified tenant. Frontage along Route 114 is about 220 +/- feet. Real estate taxes not set until a development is approved. Tax rate is $22.37 with an equalized ratio of 102.4%. Well and septic are required.

Listed by John Jackman of Jackman Commercial Realty, Inc.

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.75% last updated on Dec 6, 2018
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Weare, NH 03281

Price$275,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 4003534

  • Land
  • Acreage 35.49
  • Zoning RUR/RES/AGRIC

Nicely sited 35 acres;wooded;extensive road frontage;CU;nice elevations;stonewalls;access to trails,Vincent State Forest;horse friendly area.

Listed by Linda Fish-Brown of Equine Homes Real Estate

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.75% last updated on Dec 6, 2018
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