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Munsonville, New Hampshire

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Munsonville, New Hampshire

Munsonville, New Hampshire
Village
Munsonville
Munsonville

Coordinates: 43°0′51″N 72°08′55″W / 43.01417°N 72.14861°W / 43.01417; -72.14861Coordinates: 43°0′51″N 72°08′55″W / 43.01417°N 72.14861°W / 43.01417; -72.14861

Country United States
State New Hampshire
County Cheshire
Elevation 1,260 ft (380 m)
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
ZIP code 03457
Area code(s) 603
GNIS feature ID 868664[1]

Munsonville is an unincorporated community in the town of Nelson in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. It is located in the northwestern corner of Nelson, around the outlet of Granite Lake.

New Hampshire Route 9, a major east-west highway in the state connecting Concord and Keene, bypasses Munsonville to the south. (The highway ran through the center of the village until the 1990s.)

"Munsonville" and "Nelson" are both valid place names used for the 03457 ZIP code.

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