Sprague Homes for Sale
Consisting of the villages of Versailles, Hanover, and Baltic, the community of Sprague, Connecticut is a fabulous place to buy a home in New London County. Established in 1861, and named after its founder W. Sprague, the community has a rich heritage and long history memorialized with its architecture and continued New England charm. Despite economic development, the community has managed to preserve its agricultural and rural assets and today offers a thoughtful balance of recreation, education, business, and history. And speaking of history, throughout its many years the town has seen several noteworthy residents come and go, including author Glenn Alan Cheney, the forty-first governor of New York and Judge Charles S. Whitman, and poet laureate of Connecticut Leo Connellan.
Today Sprague is home to many desirable services, amenities, and attractions such as Watson Farm and Spielman Farm. Additionally, Sprague River Park offers opportunities for fly fishing, canoeing, and kayaking along the Shetucket River which cuts through the center of town, while the Sprague Mukluk Preserve, community center, skate park, baseball fields, and pond offer additional recreation options. Moreover, the town hosts several exciting events each year, including Three Villages Fall Festival in October and a Memorial Day Parade in May.
Real estate in Sprague is as diverse as its history and amenities. Homes for sale in Sprague include detached single-family homes in an assortment of architectural designs, ages, and square footage. There are also lower-maintenance properties in Sprague, as well as vacant land for building. Regardless of the kind of Sprague real estate you seek, we would be delighted to assist you. So, as soon as it is convenient for you, please connect with us and we will happily answer all of your questions about the currently available Sprague properties.