Postcards of quintessential New England towns usually include the white clapboard houses, church steeple, village common and sturdy, hardy folks used to the fickle nature of weather and time. That would be very beautiful small-town Lyme, New Hampshire with a population of under 2,000 whose exterior is still picture-perfect.
This is a town that values its heritage yet provides a perfect commuter's roost for those wanting to be up-to-date and in-touch with arts, culture, educational opportunities and medical facilities which are just down the road. And, an easy drive beyond, Boston or New York City.
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