Merritt Station is a residential community located in Meriden, CT. offering you one and two bedroom apartment homes that have all the amenities and conv…
Meriden, CT 06450
Resting among a lush landscape of towering trees lies Dogwood Hill; Hamden's best kept secret. Located in exclusive Mount Carmel area Dogwood Hill offer…
Hamden, CT 06518
Welcome home to Hamden Centre Apartments, a unique community perfectly located in a quiet residential setting in the heart of Hamden's prestigious Mt. C…
Hamden, CT 06518
LAKEFRONT LIVING. SWIM..KAYAK..CANOE..FISH..SKATE..RELAX!!! BY THE 60 ACRE HUNNS LAKE!!!!
stanfordville, NY 12581
1 bed. .Hot water, appliances incl. Off-street parking, laundry facility, carpet and ceramic tile throughout. Smoking prohibited.
meriden, CT 06451
NEWLY RENOVATED, BEAUTIFUL, GARDEN STYLE ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS
new britain, CT 06053
2 BR, 1.5 BATHS. SPACIOUS TOWN HOUSE. FRESHLY PAINTED. NEW CARPET. FIREPLACE, BALCONY, LOFT. BEAUTIFUL
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Overview of Litchfield
Located just 31 miles west of Hartford, the small town of Litchfield, Conn., is one of the fastest-growing hubs in the Constitution State. With excellent private and public schools, close proximity to the largest natural body of water in the state, several historical sites and museums and plenty of civic involvement, Litchfield apartments for rent are the perfect homes for Connecticut families. According to City-Data, the city is also a prosperous place, as the median household income is $10,000 more than the state average and has significantly grown from 2000 to 2010. In addition, the unemployment rate in the area is 0.3 percent, a very impressive number given the recent sluggish economy. It's also well-educated town, as nearly 50 percent of the residents here have a bachelor's degree or higher.
Living in Litchfield, CT
At the turn of the 19th century, Litchfield was considered the leading hub for commercial, social and cultural ventures in northwestern Connecticut. Despite the American Revolution devastating many areas in New England, Litchfield prospered, and that hardworking ethic continues to this day. Although the town has gone through its ups and downs over the centuries, it has always remained an ideal destination for vacation, weekend and summer homes. Much of the architectural style here is influenced in the Colonial Revival movement, which can be seen in the white painted homes and black shutters.
Litchfield Attractions and Special Events
This town is completely surrounded by many beautiful parks, forests and lakes that have given Litchfield the reputation of being one the best places to live. Among some of the most popular outdoor activities is boating and fishing on Bantam Lake and cross-country skiing and horseback riding through Topsmead State Forest.
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