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Home to fewer than four thousand residents, the small New England town of Andover, Connecticut is a naturally beautiful place perched in the scenic hills of Andover County. Managed by a Board of Selectman who are guided by Town Meetings, Andover has an unspoiled rural character and many wonderful services, amenities, and attractions to entice prospective homebuyers in northeastern Connecticut. The Skungamaug River, Staddle Brook, Burnap Brook, and Hop River all flow through the town, while in the northeast corner of Andover, Bear Swamp Brook cuts through the Nathan Hale State Forest.
Additionally, in the southwest corner of town, you’ll find Bishop’s Conservation Area which encompasses the fifty-three-acre Bishop Swamp Pond. Other beautiful recreation destinations include the one hundred and fifty-five acre private Andover Lake, located in the southeast corner of the community, and the small pond and walking trails of the Doris Chamberlain Nature Preserve near School Road on Route 316. In addition to all of these outdoor destinations, Andover also boasts many lovely stone walls and historic homes. Speaking of historic structures in the community, they include the Old Town Hall, now a museum, that was constructed in 1893 and can be seen from Route 6.
Andover is a family-friendly community served by Andover High School, RHAM Middle School, and Andover Elementary School. And as you would expect from a family-friendly place, Andover real estate consists of many fabulous options for homebuyers in various stages of life. There are exceptions, but most real estate in Andover consists of single-family homes of a variety of architectural designs, ages, and sizes. Homes for sale in Andover include some attached, semi-detached, and detached residences to meet the needs of those seeking low-maintenance properties and those seeking maximum space and privacy. Please, as soon as it is convenient, connect with us to learn more about the currently available properties in Andover, Connecticut.