Lebanon NH is a healthy and thriving community that enjoys both the quiet everyday living of rural life and the cultural experience of a big city. the city of Lebanon has a residential population of approximately 15,005 from the 2021 census. Lebanon has the distinction of being classified as one of the "100 Best Small Towns in America" by author Norman Crampton. In fact, Lebanon was ranked number 3 of the 100 small towns contained in the book.
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The heart of Lebanon centers around the green. Lebanon Parks and Recreation hosts many events such as the Farmers Market (every Thursday) with free concerts, Nexus Music & Arts Festival and much more. Ava Gallery and the Lebanon Opera House (LOH) provide excellent arts and entertainment.
Three Tomatoes, Salt Hill (featuring live music), and Village Pizza are long established traditional Italian & pub fare. Lalo’s Taqueria, Phenom Penh (must try the Mi Kary), Pim’s Thai, New Thailand and Tuk Tuk Thai Cusine & Sushi (newly opened in West Lebanon) are more global focused cuisine.
Lebanon is home to the northern most section of the Northern Rail Trail (59.0 mile) which consists of the newly constructed Mascoma Gateway. There are any number of hiking/biking trails to include Boston Lot Conservation (426 acres with 7 miles of trails)
Together with Hanover, New Hampshire, and White River Junction, Vermont, Lebanon is at the center of a Micropolitan Statistical Area, encompassing nearly 30 towns along the upper Connecticut River Valley.
Lebanon offers a wide range of real estate options. Start browsing some of the available homes for sale in Lebanon and then contact Housing Solutions when you are ready to start looking for your home purchase or consider selling!