Clubhouse & Pool

clubhouse at the fellsThe beautiful clubhouse at The Fells features community rooms with TV and full kitchen and offers the community a place to get together or residents can reserve for private functions.

Enjoy the lower level exercise area with TV and the pool which are both available to residents and their guests 24 hours a day.

The Pool and adjacent patio area are favorite gathering places for residents and their families in the hot summer months.

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Picture a classic New England town in your mind’s eye and you’ll see Amherst. Colonial-era homes and stately shade trees surround a village center that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Rural lanes lined with old stone walls wind through the town and residents still turn out in droves for the old-fashioned July 4th parade. Acre upon acre of conservation land provides plenty of recreational opportunities all the while preserving the town’s rural flavor.

It’s easy to forget that Amherst is just 10 miles west of downtown Nashua and only a bit farther from downtown Manchester. It is ideally positioned for an easy drive to Boston to the south, the New Hampshire and Maine Seacoast to the east, and the Lakes Region and White Mountains to the north.

Amherst’s convenient location and small town ambiance have made it one of the most sought-after communities in southern New Hampshire. Careful planning has helped it keep its distinctive historic personality while supporting retail and business development to meet the needs of today’s residents.

Location, Location, Location...

amherst nh greenAmherst residents are the caretakers of a village brimming with historic relevance, family friendly neighborhoods, and 1,200 acres of open space and conservation land that provides for passive recreation and protects habitat for wildlife.

Situated with the Monadnocks to the west and one hour from big mountain skiing, the lakes region, the New Hampshire coastline, and Boston, it is understandable that Amherst is a desirable place to call home. The town can also take pride in a quality education system, kindergarten through high school, a library that is a hub of community activity with a per capita circulation rate that is among the highest in the state and a recreation department that provides programs to meet the recreational needs of nearly 4000 citizens. The recreation department also operates Peabody Mill Environmental Center, Hartshorn Summer Program and Baboosic Lake Beach. New this past year was a Summer Concert Series on the Common. In addition, recreational opportunities in and around Amherst: include golfing at two eighteen hole courses, a nine hole course, an executive course and driving range; Jasper Valley Swim and Tennis club, Baboosic Lake, and Hampshire Hills Sports and Fitness Club, town recreational sports, trails for hiking. cross-country skiing, and Souhegan River for canoeing.

Community involvement is a large part of living in Amherst. The year is full of celebrations and much of the activity is in the village. The July 4th Parade and celebration, the Amherst Tree lighting. Memorial Day Parade, the Library Book Sale, Historical Society Antique Show and Sale, the Amherst PTA Play, Turkey Trot, Community Basket Project, Halloween in the Village, Third Grade Amherst History Unit, AJWC Easter Egg Hunt, Gardeners Plant Sale, Library Monthly Art Exhibits, Amherst Farmers' Market and Town Band Concerts - all provide something for everyone.

Article from the April 26th, 2011 Amherst Citizen.

The Fells Site PlanThe Fells is nestled on a 144-acre wooded site bordered by the Pond Parish Town Forest and conservation land. The 80 home community will be built out in 3 phases.

The old stone walls throughout The Fells are reminders that the site was once pasture land. When livestock no longer grazed its fields, the area reverted to forest. For almost a century, The Fells and the surrounding conservation land and town forest have been a haven for wildlife and nature lovers. Stabile Homes is committed to maintaining more than 75% of the site in its natural state so that the land can continue to support the plants and animals that have made their homes here. Explore all the land at The Fells through a network of walking trails. These trails are close to a railroad bed trail and walking trails that provide access to hundreds of acres of Amherst conservation land and town forest.

Phase 3 Site Map


Download the individual Phase Site Maps showing current Solds.

Phase 1 - pdf The Fells Phase 1 Site Map (128 KB)

Phase 2 - pdf The Fells Phase 2 Site Map (112 KB) (Model Available)

Phase 3 - pdf The Fells Phase 3 Site Map (143 KB) SOLD OUT!

We offer 6 distinct styles of homes designed to offer you the perfect country retreat.

Download and view the floor plans for this community.


the fells home featuresA Stabile-built home is built for the way you live. Standard features at The Fells are other builders’ upgrades. For those extra touches, we offer a full menu of options to personalize your home.

Download our list of quality features for homes at The Fells at Amherst:

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