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Litchfield County Real Estate, words are not nearly enough…

April 23, 2011

What’s so great about Litchfield County? Words alone cannot describe the beauty here.

Lake Waramaug Real EstateI can go on and on about this, seriously. Have you been here? Taken the drive up Route 7 starting in New Milford, following the Housatonic River as it winds it’s way through Lichfield County. If you do take the Route 7 trip, you will find yourself in the beautiful town of Kent, CT. Or taking a side trip to Washington, within the Shepaug River Valley. Or how about the quaint town of Bridgewater? Roxbury? Warren? There is always Sherman, set in the upper most part of Fairfield County, another spectacular town tucked in the Berkshire foothills.

I love this region of Connecticut. And I love to sell real estate here. Introducing buyers to what we have to offer, showing off our beautiful towns, sharing what I like best about each of them. Who has a better job than I do?

If you are looking for a larger town with all the conveniences of a city, try New Milford. We have stores and restaurants enough for all tastes, preferences, wallet sizes. New Milford has the luxury of being the largest town area wise in Connecticut at 64 square miles. We have Candlewood Lake, the Housatonic River, Lake Lillinonah, hiking trails, preserved farmland, active farms, beautiful subdivisions, antique homes, luxury estates, eye candy galore, you name it, we have it! A fun fact about New Milford, CT. The home that inspired the movie “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” is here, or so I was told.  I have been in it, the last time it was on the market. I can understand why the writer was so inspired, if it is indeed a true fact!

Town Line Rd Barn, Roxbury CTIf you prefer a smaller, more intimate setting you should look at Washington, Bridgewater, Roxbury, Kent, Warren or Sherman. Each town has it’s own flavor, places well known to those who live there for outdoor fun, for fine dining, for unique shopping and more. From water activities on Candlewood Lake and Lake Waramaug to hiking the Appalacian Trail as it winds through Kent, how about the peace and quiet of a walk through Steep Rock in Washington, just to name a few of the things we have to offer those that call Litchfield County their home. The rolling countryside is breathtakingly beautiful, words cannot express what I am lucky enough, make that blessed enough to see every day. Many people from New York City have made their country homes in Litchfield County the perfect escape from the hectic lifestyle of big city life.

So, what is so great about life in Litchfield County? Check out a video slide show of some my local photos and perhaps you will begin to understand the beauty I live in, every single day!

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