Windham County Homes for Sale
In 1960 the State of Connecticut abolished County Government, but eight counties remain in the state to serve as geographical subdivisions. Among them, Windham County sits in the northeastern corner of Connecticut, stretching across six hundred and twenty square miles. Windham is bordered by Tolland County on the west, New London County on the south, Kent and Providence counties in Rhode Island on the east, and Worcester County, Massachusetts on the north.
Quinebaug is the largest river in the county, stretching from Worcester County, Massachusetts through the entire length of Windham County before joining Shetucket in New London. The entire region has a long history and rich heritage and Windham was established in 1726. Today the county is home to Woodstock, Windham, Willimantic City, Thompson, Sterling, Scotland, Putnam, Pomfret, Plainfield, Killingly, Hampton, Eastford, Chaplin, Canterbury, Brooklyn, and Ashford. These diverse communities offer a wide variety of services, amenities, and attractions, as well as equally varied and impressive housing options.
Homes for sale in Windham County include both low-maintenance attached properties like apartments, townhomes, and condos, as well as single-family detached houses. Windham County real estate also varies in age, square footage, and architectural design with properties falling across a broad spectrum ranging from modest fixer-uppers to stunning luxury estates. There is also vacant land for sale in Windham County for homebuyers desiring to build a custom home. Please connect with us as soon as you can and we will gladly provide you with more specific information about the currently available properties in Windham County, Connecticut.