Winding along the Moose Mountain ridge sits picturesque Brookfield, New Hampshire, naturally landscaped with stony brooks, outlets and creeks quietly rambling throughout the approximate 24 square acres of the town. From almost any view the traditional New England village appears untouched by modernity with only a couple hundred homes nestled in the woods along its charming roads.
A fine and private community of less than 1000, the residents enjoy close proximity to larger town centers and major roadways from their country retreat. Located on the historic Governor Wentworth highway 109 between Sanbornville and Wolfeboro, Brookfield is seemingly untouched by time. Brookfield students may attend Governor Wentworth Regional School District and the Lakes Region Technology Center in Wolfeboro. Find Moose Mountain Recreation, supporting Disc Golf, a Tubing Park, Hiking, Snow Mobiling and more. Enjoy serene hiking trails like The Belle of Copple Crown, Copple Crown Hike, Mountain Lake Hike, Tumbledown Dick Hike. Brookfield suits those who seek an accessible and historic setting among recreational retreats.
Historically popular with farmers for its fertile ground, Churchill Brook, Hanson Brook, Pike Brook, lead to the Branch River, within the Piscataqua River (coastal) watershed. The western edge of the town sits in the Merrimack River watershed and the northernmost tip of the town is in the Saco River watershed. Brookfield is home to Tumbledown Farms which offers locally raised and grown meats & produce along with entertaining concerts & special events. An easy 30 mininute commute to the Seacoast and Portsmouth, NH and only 90 miles North of Boston enticing to many.