The Town of Milford NH has a rich history.
Separated from Amherst and established as an independent town in 1794, Milford was a prime stop on the Underground Railroad. Located in southern New Hampshire on the banks of the Souhegan River, the town is named after the River’s shallow Mill Ford, so called after the many mills at this location in the eighteenth century. Milford is still a favorable spot for business.
Made famous by the thriving granite industry and known as The Granite Town in the Granite State, Milford is home to manufacturing, information and service oriented businesses. The town is also a hotspot for tourism and is especially known for its antique shops and country craft stores. The town is about 10 miles West of Nashua NH and is accessible from Nashua off of route 3 exits 7 or 8, following route 101 A West, or from the North from Manchester, following route 101 West.
There are no schools near by this property.