Coastal Antique, an Attractive Place to Live C o n n e c t i c u t
Experience the Diversity of New England. Visit, Live, play in Connecticut
Our beautiful state is divided into 5 distinct cultures. Each is one hour from the center of CT. Connecticut is also home to Yale University, located in New Haven.
Connecticut has forested hills, new urban skylines, shoreline beaches, white-steeple colonial churches, and historic village greens. We host one of our countries leading Ivy League schools (Yale University) modern expressways, great corporate offices, and small farms. Connecticut is a thriving center of business, as well as a vacation land. It is both a New England state, and suburban to New York City. Connecticut is a popular resort area with its 250-mile Long Island Sound shoreline and many inland lakes. The shoreline of Connecticut is truly breathtaking, from the beaches of Darien/Rowayton through Compo Beach in Westport, and onto Mystic Seaport. Hammonasett Beach in Madison is a large public beach with includes a campground.
Fairfield County is frequently called the “burb” of New York City, as many residents work and play in the Big Apple. There are many diverse cultures in this county, including people from all over the world. Fairfield County homes range from small beach cottages to stately mansions.
Central Connecticut includes three distinct areas – the upper valley, lower valley and our State Capital in Hartford. Litchfield County, in Northwest CT, is remote and yet accessible to New York City. This is where the rich and famous reside and play. It is peaceful, tranquil and utterly unique.
Northeastern Connecticut is called the “quiet corner.” Here you will find gently rolling hills, green pastures and farm after farm. If you are considering moveing to Connecticut and looking for absolute peace and quiet, this is the place to be!
Our agents are ready and waiting to introduce you to life in Connecticut. Please call and take advantage of their knowledge of the state.
Al Cocchia: Realtor, Team Leader