Union Homes for Sale
In Tolland County, the town of Union, Connecticut was one of the last to be settled east of the Connecticut River. It was incorporated in 1734 and throughout its history has seen several noteworthy residents. Among them are United States Representative and Connecticut Lieutenant Governor Ebenezer Stoddard, United States Representative Moses G. Leonard, co-founder of San Diego and founder of Hortonville Alonzo Horton. Today, the town is home to many desirable services, amenities, and attractions that contribute to the quality of life and overall appeal of Union real estate.
For example, a few of the many points of interest in Union include Hatchet Hill Farm Sugar House, Nipmuck State Forest, Rock Meadow Farm, and Bigelow Hollow State Park. Bigelow Hollow State Park is a very popular state forest and farm and an excellent place to enjoy back-country camping, snowmobiling, and hiking. It is also one of many destinations where you can enjoy the local wildlife. In fact, Union is known for its abundance of wildlife, including bald eagles, moose, and bears, so if you love nature, you’ll love Union homes.
Speaking of homes in Union, there is a wide variety of Union properties available, ranging from modest attached residences to large, private single-family homes. Homes for sale in Union are of varying ages, architectural designs, and square footage so families of all shapes and sizes can find a place to suit their unique needs and personal tastes. Please, as soon as it is convenient for you, connect with us and we will happily answer all of your questions about the currently available properties in Union, Connecticut.