A port city sitting on the Piscatagua River in the Rockingham County of New Hampshire, Portsmouth has a population of 21,796. Historically a seaport and a summer holiday enclave, it's home to the 17th and 18th Century houses plus a market square where you can linger over espresso checking out the passing parade before heading to a coworking venue to get some work done.
Think along the lines of your typical quaint town with boat docks, classic white town hall, country roads, riverside gardens and an 1855 church where you can pop in and say a little prayer for the success of your startup. The museum features a U.S. Navy submarine that is open for tours and the Music Hall is where you can catch a local play or a contemporary production, so you will not be bereft of a bit of culture.
New Hampshire is cloaked in stunning mountains and pristine lakes with a blossoming tech scene happening and the odd moose popping onto a roadway. It's the land of no sales or income tax with a thriving economy and the perfect quality of life for those who wish to work to their own timetable. It isn't dominated by big-game players, but is composed of small and medium sized businesses fueling an economy of innovation and entrepreneurship. Unlike big cities, Portsmouth has an affordable living cost and no traffic congestion with most newcomers in the ages between 25 and 34. It's little wonder the coworking venues are overflowing with tech savvy minds looking for the perfect place to work and live in bliss.
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