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Low cost of living, friendly people, and great scenery are among the highlights of living in the city. Many people that choose to retire in Manchester often do so knowing that it is the 2nd tax-friendliest city in the state, and that there is an abundance of beautiful homes available for rent and for sale within the college town of around 100,000 people. Plenty of shopping exists in Manchester and without a sales tax; you’ll be able to enjoy more trips to your favorite retailers more often. Manchester is a short drive to Vermont, where even more natural beauty can be found. Popular Manchester attractions for the 55+ crowd include Palace Theater, Currier Museum of Art, Livingston Park, and Saint Joseph Cathedral. Click the tabs to learn more about what it's like to retire in Manchester!
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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
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