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Welcome to Sutton, New Hampshire - a beautiful town located in the heart of the Granite State! If you're considering moving to Sutton, you're in for a treat. With its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and tight-knit community, Sutton is the perfect place to call home.

Natural Beauty

Sutton is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking natural scenery you'll find anywhere. The town is situated at the foothills of the White Mountains and is home to several lakes, rivers, and forests. This makes it an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, kayaking, or skiing, Sutton has something for everyone. The Sunapee Ragged Kearsarge Greenway links Wadleigh to three other state parks—Winslow, Rollins, and Mount Sunapee

History and Culture

Sutton has a rich history that dates back to the colonial era. The town was established in 1749 and played a key role in the American Revolution. Today, visitors can explore historic sites like the Muster Field Farm Museum, the Sutton Historical Society Museum, and the Wadleigh State Park.

In addition to its historical attractions, Sutton also has a vibrant cultural scene. The town hosts several annual events and festivals, including the Sutton Fall Festival, the Sunapee Sizzler, and the Sutton Mills Music Festival.


One of the things that makes Sutton such a special place to live is its strong sense of community. The town is home to just over 1,800 residents, which means that everyone knows each other. Whether you're looking for a friendly neighbor, a helping hand, or a new friend, you'll find plenty of people to connect with in Sutton.


If you have children, you'll be pleased to know that Sutton has excellent schools. The Kearsarge Regional School District serves Sutton and several surrounding towns. The district is known for its high-quality education, dedicated teachers, and strong community involvement.

Real Estate

Sutton has a variety of real estate options to suit every taste and budget. Whether you're looking for a historic farmhouse, a cozy cabin in the woods, or a modern family home, you'll find plenty of options in Sutton. The town has a diverse range of neighborhoods, each with its own unique character.

In summary, Sutton, New Hampshire, is a beautiful town with a rich history, strong community, and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat from the city, a place to raise a family, or a new adventure, Sutton has something for everyone. So why wait? Come and discover all that Sutton has to offer!

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County: Merrimack
Population: 1,877*


School District

Kearsarge Regional School District

The Kearsarge Region School District has an enrollment of around 1,700 students in the towns of Bradford, Newbury, New London, Sutton, Springfield, Warner and Wilmot. The district includes the following schools:

James House Preschool in New London, Kearsarge Regional Elementary School at New London, Sutton Central School, Kearsarge Regional Elementary at Bradford, Simonds Elementary School in Warner. It also includes Kearsarge Regional Middle School and Kearsarge Regional High School both located in Sutton.


Major Lakes and Water Bodies 

Kezar Lake
Blaisdell Lake



New London Hospital
New London, NH
25-bed, Critical Access Hospital, 24-hour Emergency Department
9 miles

Concord Hospital
Concord, NH
29 miles


Annual Events    

Strut in Sutton 5k Fun Run and Walk
Muster Field Farm, June Jam
Muster Field Farm, Farm Days
Muster Field Farm, Ice Day


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* 2017 Census data
** Location distances are approximate 

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