The New England market has so much to offer. Whether you’re looking for the always-eventful city life of downtown Portsmouth, or prefer a quiet, rural setting off the beaten path, we are here to help you find the home of your dreams in a landscape fit for you. For over 30 years, we have been working in the area to connect buyers and sellers with real estate across the region, met with a depth of knowledge unmatched by any other. We know our real estate market inside and out.
Our team of realtors serve much of southeastern New Hampshire, including the towns of Exeter, Portsmouth, Rye, New Castle, Hampton, Stratham and East Kingston.
Take a look at some of the events, art and culture across the Seacoast:
- Music Hall, Portsmouth
- Prescott Park, Portsmouth
- Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth
- Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, Dover
- The Woodman Museum, Dover
- Badwayroots, Rye
- Seacoast Artist Association, Exeter
- American Independence Museum, Exeter
- Millspace, Newmarket
For community resources and news, explore these links:
- The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth
- Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
- Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce
- Seacoast Online
You can find Betty LaBranche Real Estate in the heart of downtown Exeter, with a multitude of boutiques, shopping venues, and small businesses. Our area has a rich history that dates back to 1638 when Exeter was settled by Reverend John Wheelwright. It served as a seaport and as the revolutionary capital of New Hampshire, with many town landmarks carrying significance to New Hampshire and American history. We welcome you to explore the town of Exeter and take in these pieces of history.
- The Bandstand, located at the intersection of Water and Front Streets, was given to Exeter by Ambrose Swasey in 1916. It is the entertainment hub for the Exeter Brass Band, founded in 1847 with annual summer performances there to this day. The Bandstand continues to remain the focal point of Downtown Exeter and the Historic District, with easy access to all of the downtown attractions.
- The Swasey Parkway was another gift from Ambrose Swasey in 1931. It is one of Exeter’s most popular destinations, with walking paths and park benches that line the Squamscott River. A recent addition to the park is the Pavilion, used for summer concerts and a variety of seasonal events. The Swasey Parkway is the perfect place to enjoy a walk or picnic and take in Exeter’s natural beauty!
- The American Independence Museum features history from America’s revolutionary past, highlighting the stories of the men and women who founded our country. It holds original drafts of the U.S. Constitution and one of the original printings of the Declaration of Independence, found in Exeter. The Museum also offers programs and events throughout the year – most notably its popular July Independence Festival.
Whether you’re looking to eat, play, stay or shop, our community has a wealth of attractions for both residents and visitors to enjoy. Welcome, to our home.