North-Stonington

North Stonington

Shoreline, Connecticut

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Named for the stony nature of its terrain, North Stonington comprises the settlements of the historic Village of North Stonington, Clarks Falls, Pendleton Hill, Laurel Glen and Ashwillet.

Home to about 5,300 residents within its 55 square miles, North Stonington was once part of its older sister, Stonington, but in 1724 they parted ways. Today, the rural New London County community is cherished by its residents for its quaint character, small-town way of life and deeply rooted history. North Stonington Village, formerly known as Milltown, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It boasts nearly 60 historically significant buildings from the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Home to about 5,300 residents within its 55 square miles, North Stonington was once part of its older sister, Stonington, but in 1724 they parted ways. Today, the rural New London County community is cherished by its residents for its quaint character, small-town way of life and deeply rooted history. North Stonington Village, formerly known as Milltown, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It boasts nearly 60 historically significant buildings from the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Home to about 5,300 residents within its 55 square miles, North Stonington was once part of its older sister, Stonington, but in 1724 they parted ways. Today, the rural New London County community is cherished by its residents for its quaint character, small-town way of life and deeply rooted history. North Stonington Village, formerly known as Milltown, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It boasts nearly 60 historically significant buildings from the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

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107 Mystic Road
North Stonington, CT $289,000

107 Mystic Road

North Stonington, CT

$289,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,081 Sqft

North Stonington

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North Stonington is within Shoreline, Connecticut and borders Groton and Stonington.

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