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Looking for a home in Walpole, Alstead, Langdon, Acworth, Charlestown? Galloway Real Estate has been helping families find a home in the Connecticut River Valley for over 50 years. Our motto is "Building Our Communities, One Family at a Time". All real estate is local, and we are a locally owned, independent realty based in the center of Walpole village.  Our agents are all Realtors, and committed to personal service.  Check out our Testimonial page   - drop down menu on the About Us button on the home page.  You will hear from some of our happy clients and customers!

All five villages are surrounded by agricultural land - both working farms, and rural residences.  Each village has a different "heart" - the Walpole Town Common, where the summer Sunday night band concerts bring folks together; the Langdon Town Hall, an historic site at the confluence of several hill roads; High Acworth, with its iconic church; Charlestown, home of the reconstructed Fort #4; and Alstead, recently celebrating its 250th anniversary.  Let us show you houses in these communities - one of them might be your new home!

Galloway Real Estate’s owners and all associates are Realtors®. All of us live in the communities we serve. We have held elected positions; we serve on local boards and committees; we volunteer for town projects. Small town life in rural communities is what we know. Please click here to learn more about Galloway Realtors.  Primary broker and partner Cynthia Westover was the Monadnock Regional Board of Realtors 2013 Realtor of the Year! This honor recognizes her for her professional achievements but also for her contributions to our communities.

Galloway Real Estate is a traditional realty, offering a range of services to both buyers and sellers. Whether you are selling a property, buying your first home, or looking for the perfect retirement spot, Galloway Real Estate of Walpole, NH can provide the individualized services you need.

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Walpole, NH

Walpole is a rural town with numerous working farms, an active business district, light industry, and a commitment to protecting the rural character of the community. The Town Common, surrounded by 18th and 19th century buildings, churches, and the town hall, is the site of summer band concerts. Walpole is close to Interstate 91 and a short drive to Keene, NH.

Charlestown, NH

Charlestown’s location has shaped its growth. It lies along the east bank of the Connecticut River, minutes from Interstate 91 and easy access via route 12 to Claremont and Keene. Charlestown’s many residential neighborhoods have fostered a strong sense of town pride, while working to attract light industry and business. The rural history is still evident in a number of working farms.


Alstead – nineteenth century industry helped this small town grow, and today it offers both business and agriculture in a thriving small town. Lake Warren provides lovely waterfront properties as well as a public boat landing. Alstead enjoys both easy access to Keene as well as the route 91 corridor.


Acworth – Acworth village, also known as High Acworth, is uphill and north of South Acworth. The South Acworth Village Store serves both these rural communities. Artists and farmers both benefit from the beauty of the fields, woods, and hills. Contemporary architecture coexists with historic buildings on the Federal Register.


Langdon is in the heart of the Fall Mountain Regional School District, and is home to the high school. In fact, when school is in session, the town population doubles! Langdon is home to many historic homes and farms, and proudly maintains the Prentiss and McDermott covered bridges.
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