Pillsbury Home History

Founded in 1921, the Pillsbury Home has been a pillar of Victorian charm and elegance in the picturesque, tight-knit community of Milford, NH for over three quarters of a century. Originally fashioned as a home away from home for elderly women by endowments from Mr. Albert Enoch Pillsbury, the cozy home became a co-ed licensed assisted facility in the late 1990’s.

We pride ourselves on the personal services we offer our residents; including home baked meals, transportation to and from appointments, and a variety of entertaining activities. It is not uncommon to find our residents gathered together in our spacious living room enjoying sing-alongs, story-telling, working on puzzles, or simply visiting with each other.

We encourage our residents to join together for piano recitals, shopping trips, and foliage tours. The beautiful Milford oval is just a three minute walk away, where there are various restaurants, shopping, and social events; including summer concerts and holiday parades.

Our focus in on providing assisted living in a truly home-like environment. Our friendly and efficient staff provides 24-hour coverage for up to 14 residents. Each guest lives in a private, comfortable room, free to come and go as they please.

We are proud to still operate as a non-profit home. Contribution grants and memorial donations enable us to keep our costs reasonable, while still providing exceptional service and atmosphere for our clients.