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Farmwood Village

Farmwood Village  |  Dover, NH

6 1/2 Deerfield Drive  |  Dover, NH

Community Amenities

Swimming Pool
RV/Boat Storage
Community Building
Full Commercial Kitchen
Private Roads for Walking/Biking
 
 

Farmwood Village is centrally located on Route 108 (Durham Road) between the city of Dover and the town of Durham, easily accessed from the Spaulding Turnpike and I-95. Central Avenue runs through the heart of Dover and offers many wonderful places to shop, restaurants with specialty dining to suit everyone’s tastes, and an aura of friendliness that will bring you back time after time. Durham is home to the University of New Hampshire, where you can enjoy sporting (Wildcat Hockey) and cultural events or pursue an academic program tailored to your personal interests. The Atlantic coastline, lakes, mountains and major cities like Boston, Massachusetts and Portland, Maine are an easy hour’s drive from the community. Farmwood Village offers comfortable homes and a carefree lifestyle in a safe and friendly neighborhood. There is a comprehensive network of hospitals, doctors and specialty service providers nearby. You can get to know your neighbors by participating in the many organized activities at the Farmwood Village Clubhouse. Enjoy community amenities like the library, pool and Ping-Pong tables, the beautiful outdoor pool, or the dinners, dances, and other social events sponsored by the Farmwood Village residents.

Stop by Farmwood Village and see the benefits of manufactured home living for yourself today!

Farmwood Village is open to people of all ages.

Sales Representative Chuck MacDonald, 603.749.2322

Sales Representative Mary LeMieux, 603.749.2322

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There is never a shortage of things to do at our communities. Most communities have established a resident run activity or social club responsible for organizing activities, events, functions and trips. Common interests are joined together when residents bond over their favorite pastimes or a brand new hobby. Check out what is going on by visiting the community events calendar. community events
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Check out the list below for a sampling of local events, activities, entertainment, points of interests and more.


Downtown Shopping and Dining
Cocheco and Bellamy Rivers
Great Bay for Boating
University of NH Observatory, and Whittemore Center (Durham)
The Children’s Museum of NH
Cochecho Arts Festival
Dover Indoor and Jenny Thompson Outdoor Pools
Woodman Institute Museum
7th Settlement Brewery

Adams Post (Nature/Wildlife Area) – Durham
Redhook Portsmouth Brewery – Portsmouth
Wagon Hill Farm – Newington
The Music Hall – Portsmouth
Albacore Museum – Portsmouth
Great Bay Natural Estuarine Research Reserve – Greenland
Gundalow Piscataqua – Sailing trips out of Portsmouth Strawberry Banke
Prescott Park – Flower Gardens/Live Music/Plays – Portsmouth