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Welcome to the town of Andover, a small New England community of approximately 3,600 residents. Quietly nestled in the hills of Northeastern Connecticut, Andover is rich in nature and hiking trails.
The town exudes a special New England country charm, with its scenic countryside, farms, open meadows and well-maintained historical homes.
Columbia, Connecticut is a rural town in Tolland County with a population of approximately 5,348 and an area of 22 square miles. Incorporated in 1804, this close-knit community in eastern-central Connecticut demonstrates both civic pride and spirit.
The town is rich with historic sites, antique shops, art galleries, an auction gallery, an herb farm, a vineyard, two public beaches and a boat launch on Lake Wangumbaug. You can find plenty of inviting places to dine and relax here.
This well-preserved rustic community is just an hour from Providence, Hartford, and Connecticut's scenic coast on Long Island Sound.
Still within easy access of all the amenities found in major metropolitan areas such as Boston, and New York City, Mansfield is an inimitable place to live, work and play - and to buy a home.
Home to the University of Connecticut's main campus, Storrs is a historic community with plenty to do.
This thriving community has continued to grow while maintaining its delightful village quality. Tolland has extensive state forests, municipal parks, and recreational areas.
University of Connecticut Community
UConn is a prestigious school with a main campus located in the village of Storrs, CT.
The Willington area is less than an hour’s drive from the Connecticut and Rhode Island beaches. It is also within easy driving distance of the northern New England ski resorts and the Connecticut lakes, streams, hiking trails, fishing, hunting and camping
Windham has a unique mix of industry and agriculture, while sitting between two state universities and boasting more privately owned Victorian homes per capita than San Francisco.