Madbury NH Real Estate
The town of Madbury is shaped like a wedge, extending from the eastern tip of the town touching Cedar Point on Little Bay to the town's border with Barrington to the west. The towns of Durham and Lee border Madbury to the south, and the city of Dover is to the northeast. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 12.2 square miles, of which 11.7 square miles is land and 0.6 sqare miles is water, comprising 4.58% of the town. The highest point of land is the summit of Hicks Hill, at 331 feetabove sea level, located close to the center of town.
Although a branch of the Oyster River rises in western Madbury, the Bellamy River is the only river of size in town. Bellamy Reservoir, fed by the Bellamy River together with Mallego Brook, covers 382 acres and provides 60% of the water supply for Portsmouth.
Madbury is part of the Oyster River School District, along with the towns of Durham and Lee. One of the two elementary schools in the district, Moharimet Elementary School, is located in Madbury on Route 155.