The city of Portsmouth is the centerpiece of New Hampshire’s beautiful seacoast situated at the mouth of the Piscataqua River just off Interstate 95 and Route 1. See how easy it is to arrive at this gem of a location, which is consistently voted in the top 10 of the best small cities in America.

  • Minutes from the Beach
  • 70 miles from the White Mountains
  • 50 miles from Boston
  • 50 miles from Portland ME
  • 258 miles from New York
  • 294 miles from Montreal

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Something for everyone. 233 Vaughan Street is the cornerstone of Portsmouth, New Hampshire’s hottest new neighborhood, the Northern Tier. There is a vibrant food and drinks scene with award-winning restaurants featuring James Beard nominees.  Yoga studios and relaxing spas, unique gift shops and boutiques, coffee shops and art galleries are all within minutes of 233 Vaughan Street. Prescott Park features public gardens, fountains, boats and the active performing arts scene. Other venues like the Music Hall and the Seacoast Repertory Theater attract nationally acclaimed artists, musicians, and actors. Festivals characterize and enrich the cultural life of Portsmouth. Buy fresh vegetables, prepared foods, flowers, and so much more from the local farms and artisans at the farmer’s market.

Founded in 1623, Portsmouth is a city rich in both history and contemporary cultural life.

Take to the sea. Go for a sail. Go fishing. Go for a harbor cruise or day trip to the Isles of Shoals – boats leave regularly just across the street from 233 Vaughan. If you own a boat, you’ll be glad to know there are several marinas in the area. There are also many golf courses including Wentworth by the Sea Country Club. Mark your calendar and attend Portsmouth’s many celebrations and festival including the fabulous New Hampshire Film Festival, Fourth of July fireworks, Taste of the Nation, Market Square Day, and candlelight holiday tours at Strawbery Banke.