How Gray Ledges Operates
The Gray Ledges Lifestyle
IMAGINE YOUR HOME OVERLOOKING THE NEW HAMPSHIRE FALL FOLIAGE IN THE UPPER VALLEY.
THE BEAUTY AND PERILS OF FROZEN WATER IN FRONT OF A PANORAMIC VIEW LOOKING TOWARD MT. SUNAPEE.
A CARDINAL AND A HAIRY WOODPECKER ARE TWO OF THE OVER 70 SPECIES OF BIRDS WHO CALL GRAY LEDGES THEIR HOME OR LAYOVER.
Site Plan for Gray Ledges in Grantham, NH
A satellite view does not do justice to our neighborly community with its distinguishing commitment to and respect for each other and for the serene natural setting that surrounds us.
But, you can see how we are situated so that each home has a special and personal vista of the countryside and the horizon.
We are ideally situated in central New Hampshire where we enjoy Nature and are still but a stone’s throw from such desirable destinations as: New London and Lake Sunapee (15 minutes); Dartmouth (25 minutes); Concord, NH (40 minutes); and Boston or Montreal (less than two hours by bus or car).
Facts about Grantham:
● Established in 1761.
● Named for Thomas Robinson, first Baron Grantham, who, as a respected diplomat in Europe, actively supported American independence.
● He was one of Great Britain’s first postmaster-generals.
● In 1780, the western portion of Grantham and the eastern portion of Plainfield were made into the parish of Meriden, the region’s name today.
● The town was incorporated as New Grantham in 1788, and incorporated as Grantham in 1818.
o Grew from 333 residents in 1790 to 2,966 in 2011
o 110 persons per square mile of land area. [Grantham contains 27.2 square miles of land area and 0.9 square miles of inland water area.]
Living in the Town of Grantham, NH
Grantham, NH is located 15 minutes from Sunapee and New London, 25 minutes from Dartmouth, less than 2 hours from Boston and 4.5 hours from New York City.
GRANTHAM, NH IS LOCATED IN ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL REGIONS IN ALL OF NEW ENGLAND.