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Why You'll Love Living in Hampton


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Rich History

The town was incorporated from the towns of Brooklyn, Pomfret, Canterbury, Mansfield, and Windham in 1786.

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Small-Town Charm

Hampton is a small rural farming community of 2,489 in Windham County, with an area of 25.5 square miles.

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Convenient Location

This well-preserved rustic community is just an hour from Providence, Hartford, and Connecticut's scenic coast on Long Island Sound.


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In Hampton, Life is Peaceful and Serene

Mature forests, rolling hills, and expansive farms dot the landscape in this rural town, which is beloved for its tight-knit community of neighbors. Its major roads are the two-lane country kind, and they include US-6 (which winds its way east to I-395) and CT-97.

Hampton's proximity to Hartford, CT and Providence, RI have contributed to its growth in recent decades, but that doesn't mean the town has lost its sense of community.


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A Quick History of Hampton

America had just gained its independence from Britain when the town of Hampton was incorporated. Once a rural settlement, the area quickly blossomed into a bustling town, complete with factories, one-room schoolhouses, and rustic inns. Today, Hampton still retains its rural heritage while embracing modern growth.

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Historic Districts and Landmarks

The Congregational Church, which was built in 1754, is the second oldest building in the state. Also in Hampton are "The House the Women Built," a building dating back to 1776, as well as a liberty pole dating from 1849, which records the distance to Hartford and other towns. The Nipmuck Trail, which was used by Nipmuck and Mohegan Indians before the arrival of migrants, runs the entire length of the town.

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Hampton Parks and Recreation

What's now Goodwin Forest was once a personal forest belonging to a local conservationist, James Lippincott Goodwin. Hiking and horseback riding trails, gardens, a fishing pond, and a conservation center provide ample recreation and educational opportunities.


Endless Adventures Await in Hampton

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For All Your Hampton Real Estate Needs

I have been listing and selling homes in and around Mansfield for over 25 years. Whether you're buying or selling a home in this area, I'm here to help! Give me a call at 860-428-9827.

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