Newtown

Newtown

Fairfield County, Connecticut

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Newtown, located in Fairfield County, celebrated its Tercentennial in 2005. This town of about 27,600 residents is reflective of small-town America’s values and traditions.

The town takes pride in its highly regarded educational system and deeply rooted sense of community involvement. At the heart of this 59-square-mile town is its charming historic center, which features lovely older homes along its Main Street, accented by an old-fashioned general store and numerous shops and eateries. Newtown’s most famous landmark is its towering flagpole on Main Street, from which Old Glory proudly flies. The town’s elegant town hall, which houses, in addition to municipal offices, space for all sorts of events and activities, is a popular community gathering place. The landmark building has long hosted private parties, arts and crafts shows, concerts, stage productions, movies and sporting events. A popular event each Labor Day is the town’s annual parade, which draws thousands of spectators, throngs of marchers, and local and state dignitaries.

In 2011, Connecticut Magazine ranked Newtown fourth out of 26 Connecticut cities with a population between 25,000 and 50,000 in its “Rating the Towns” report. Blessed with numerous parks, Newtown provides numerous recreational opportunities with its athletic fields, nature center, hiking trails and town pool. The town is easily accessible via Interstate 84. Many Newtown residents commute daily to Stamford, Hartford and Manhattan.

The town takes pride in its highly regarded educational system and deeply rooted sense of community involvement. At the heart of this 59-square-mile town is its charming historic center, which features lovely older homes along its Main Street, accented by an old-fashioned general store and numerous shops and eateries. Newtown’s most famous landmark is its towering flagpole on Main Street, from which Old Glory proudly flies. The town’s elegant town hall, which houses, in addition to municipal offices, space for all sorts of events and activities, is a popular community gathering place. The landmark building has long hosted private parties, arts and crafts shows, concerts, stage productions, movies and sporting events. A popular event each Labor Day is the town’s annual parade, which draws thousands of spectators, throngs of marchers, and local and state dignitaries.

In 2011, Connecticut Magazine ranked Newtown fourth out of 26 Connecticut cities with a population between 25,000 and 50,000 in its “Rating the Towns” report. Blessed with numerous parks, Newtown provides numerous recreational opportunities with its athletic fields, nature center, hiking trails and town pool. The town is easily accessible via Interstate 84. Many Newtown residents commute daily to Stamford, Hartford and Manhattan.

The town takes pride in its highly regarded educational system and deeply rooted sense of community involvement. At the heart of this 59-square-mile town is its charming historic center, which features lovely older homes along its Main Street, accented by an old-fashioned general store and numerous shops and eateries. Newtown’s most famous landmark is its towering flagpole on Main Street, from which Old Glory proudly flies. The town’s elegant town hall, which houses, in addition to municipal offices, space for all sorts of events and activities, is a popular community gathering place. The landmark building has long hosted private parties, arts and crafts shows, concerts, stage productions, movies and sporting events. A popular event each Labor Day is the town’s annual parade, which draws thousands of spectators, throngs of marchers, and local and state dignitaries.

In 2011, Connecticut Magazine ranked Newtown fourth out of 26 Connecticut cities with a population between 25,000 and 50,000 in its “Rating the Towns” report. Blessed with numerous parks, Newtown provides numerous recreational opportunities with its athletic fields, nature center, hiking trails and town pool. The town is easily accessible via Interstate 84. Many Newtown residents commute daily to Stamford, Hartford and Manhattan.

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Golf Living

Some properties are within a few minutes’ drive; others are situated adjacent to or even directly on the beautiful golf green. The country club environment is a must-have for many, and for those who are after the golf lifestyle, Fairfield County has a number of superb offerings to consider. Begin exploring the assortment of golf-style listings now on the market in Fairfield County.

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When one thinks of New England, Newtown, with its majestic flagpole welcoming all, comes to mind. I look forward to raising my own family in this open and warm community: a true treasure to behold.
Sarah Adams Life-long Resident

Featured Listings

42 Oak Ridge Drive
Newtown, CT $950,000

42 Oak Ridge Drive

Newtown, CT

$950,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/3 Baths
  • 7,518 Sqft
70 High Rock Road
Newtown, CT $825,000

70 High Rock Road

Newtown, CT

$825,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,000 Sqft
22 Currituck Road
Newtown, CT $799,000

22 Currituck Road

Newtown, CT

$799,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/2 Baths
  • 3,451 Sqft
9 Bridle Path Trail
Newtown, CT $735,000

9 Bridle Path Trail

Newtown, CT

$735,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,901 Sqft
49a High Rock Road
Newtown, CT $685,000

49a High Rock Road

Newtown, CT

$685,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,378 Sqft
8 Middleton Road
Newtown, CT $659,000

8 Middleton Road

Newtown, CT

$659,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,140 Sqft
29 Parmalee Hill Rd
Newtown, CT $589,000

29 Parmalee Hill Rd

Newtown, CT

$589,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,159 Sqft
23 Sturges Road
Newtown, CT $559,000

23 Sturges Road

Newtown, CT

$559,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 3,762 Sqft

Newtown

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Newtown is within Fairfield County, Connecticut and borders Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Easton, Monroe, Redding and Southbury.

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Units Sold

July 2015

48 TOTAL UNITS

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