West of Nashua NH, along the Massachusetts border, lies the affluent community of Hollis, New Hampshire. With a landscape of rolling fields, apple orchards, and stately colonial homes, Hollis is a picture-perfect example of the New England small town.
The center of town is a designated Historic District which includes more than 100 historic homes, antique houses and buildings. The town of Hollis has an active historic commission, and the Hollis meetinghouse is in the National Register of Historic Places. A number of other historic farm houses and homes can be found throughout town. Hollis Town Common is the site of annual apple and strawberry festivals. Outside the town center, sprawling orchards, rolling fields, and stately farms neighbor large, contemporary homes. Equestrians are welcome at the public riding ring adjoining the town recreational fields. [map of Hollis, NH]