Bethel, population 18,000, features a charming downtown, picturesque neighborhoods and recreational open space. Bethel is located midway between New York City and Hartford and convenient to major highways and has a Metro-North train station in its downtown. Its safe environment, quality schools, affordable real estate and taxes, and superb quality of life make it an attractive place to live and work. Bethel has two corporate parks providing 21st century facilities that are home to professional and class “A” offices, corporate headquarters, light manufacturing, research and development, and light industrial or warehousing businesses. Bethel is home to Duracell and Memry Corporation.
Bridgewater The residential community of Bridgewater, population 1.700, is notable for its quintessential New England look, beautiful natural environment and peaceful feel.
Brookfield With Candlewood Lake to the west, Lake Lillinonah to the east and 16,500 residents in between, Brookfield residents enjoy a bustling town center, excellent schools and New England scenery.
Danbury The vibrant center of Western Connecticut and located at the crossroads of I-84 and state routes 7 and 53, the City of Danbury is a diverse community of 81,000 residents and home to a wide variety of businesses, arts and cultural events, parks and schools.
New Fairfield New Fairfield’s 14,000 residents enjoy vacation living year round with nearby Squantz Pond State Park and Candlewood Lake — but they also love easy commuting routes, excellent schools and reasonable taxes.
New Milford The largest town by area in the state and located in Litchfield County, New Milford’s 28,000 residents appreciate the hum of their charming downtown business district — but they love their peaceful 64 square miles in the heart of the Housatonic Valley.
Newtown Newtown’s close-knit community of 28,000 residents enjoy the rural yet sophisticated charm of a New England town. Newtown is a 60 square mile suburb in an ideal location along I-84 between NYC and Boston.
Redding Consistently ranked among the top small towns in Connecticut, Redding’s 9,100 residents, historic charm and award-winning schools make it a perfect choice for families seeking a peaceful, rural community.
Ridgefield Excellent schools, a classic New England feel, a popular recreation center, and arts and entertainment facilities make perennial favorite Ridgefield, population 24,600, a top choice for families considering Western Connecticut.
Sherman Sherman is a small and scenic rural community of 3,600 located at the northern end of Candlewood Lake.