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Initially settled prior to 1715, the Town of Stonington, Connecticut was first a part of the Town of Windsor. Stonington is located twenty miles northeast of Hartford and is comprised of forty-one square miles rich with history like that found in the Stonington Green Historic District which in 1997 was added to National Register of Historic Places. Additional points of historical interest include the Ratcliffe Hicks Memorial School which was constructed in 1908 and today is the Hicks Municipal Building. Similarly, the Stonington Arts Center is housed in the original 1879 Town Hall, which is located directly across from the Municipal Building. What was the Stonington County Bank in 1830 is now home to the Stonington Board of Education, and The Courthouse recently became the home of the French Canadian Genealogy Library and a museum of the Stonington Historical Society. The Hicks-Stearns Homestead is another charming museum you’ll find in Stonington .

Named as one of New England’s “Top 10 Prettiest Coastal Towns” by Yankee Magazine, Stonington, Connecticut, is an incredible place to live. With eclectic boutiques and shops, historic seaside homes, and mile-long beaches, this well-established community is a must-consider destination for homebuyers in New London County. Settled in 1649, Stonington has served as home to many noteworthy residents throughout its many years, including World Series of Poker Champion Greg “Fossilman” Raymer; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet James Merrill, and Jaws author Peter Benchley.

Specific Points of Interest for Prospective House Buyers 

If you are looking to buy a house in Stonington, you will find many great things to do and see. Today, specific points of interest in Stonington include The Velvet Mill, Captain Nathanial Brown Palmer House, DuBois Beach, Dog Watch Cafe, Beer’d Brewing Company, Whitecrest Eatery, Breakwater, Old Lighthouse Museum, and Saltwater Farm Vineyard. Also contributing to the desirability of Stonington are the town’s many exciting events, festivals, and holiday celebrations. These include a Harvest Food and Wine Festival in September, Mystic Blues Festival in August, Stonington Vineyards Friday Night Summer Concerts in July and August, and Stonington Village Farmers Market in May through October.

Available Homes for Sale in Stonington, CT

Homes for sale in Stonington, CT are equally remarkable and diverse. Stonington real estate includes newer construction as well as Stonington historic homes. Similarly, real estate in Stonington varies in architectural style, floor plan, and square footage, to accommodate homebuyers in all seasons of life. These include apartments, condos, townhomes, and single-family detached houses. As a local estate agent, we are experts in real estate in Stonington, CT. 

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