Norwich

Shoreline, Connecticut

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Norwich, ‘The Rose of New England’ is a thriving, multi-cultural city on the Thames River in southeastern Connecticut with a rosy outlook for growth

What’s not to love about a city nicknamed after one of the most revered flowers, the rose? The city of Norwich in New London County is home to Dodd Stadium, Mohegan Park, a municipal ice rink, Spaulding Pond, a vibrant downtown and transportation center. The city also boasts a Heritage & Regional Visitors Center, arts center, golf course, theater and a veterans memorial rose garden, among other attractions.

Founded in 1658 by 69 families from Saybrook, Norwich comprised mainly of farms and businesses before residents constructed a public landing at the head of the Thames River to promote easier trade. The harbor area is known as the Chelsea neighborhood, one of several Norwich neighborhoods which maintain unique identities.

Rapid growth transformed the city into a modern urban center by the early 20th century. Commuters are served by the Norwich Transportation Center, and the main bus depot is located on Holly Hock Island near the downtown area.

The city’s school system blossomed along with its population growth which currently stands at about 38,800 and comprises two preschools, seven elementary, two middle schools, three parochial schools, two Montessori schools, a charter school and a regional adult educational program. The Norwich Free Academy serves as one of Norwich’s designated high schools. Three Rivers Community college also serves the region.

Natural resources are in abundance in Norwich, thanks to dedicated conservation and preservation efforts. A prime example is Mohegan Park, a forested area and the city’s largest park with hiking and biking trails, pavilions, basketball courts, a beach, fountain and playgrounds. The park center contains Spaulding Pond, and a stunning rose garden at its Judd Road entrance boasts more than a hundred varieties of roses.

What’s not to love about a city nicknamed after one of the most revered flowers, the rose? The city of Norwich in New London County is home to Dodd Stadium, Mohegan Park, a municipal ice rink, Spaulding Pond, a vibrant downtown and transportation center. The city also boasts a Heritage & Regional Visitors Center, arts center, golf course, theater and a veterans memorial rose garden, among other attractions.

Founded in 1658 by 69 families from Saybrook, Norwich comprised mainly of farms and businesses before residents constructed a public landing at the head of the Thames River to promote easier trade. The harbor area is known as the Chelsea neighborhood, one of several Norwich neighborhoods which maintain unique identities.

Rapid growth transformed the city into a modern urban center by the early 20th century. Commuters are served by the Norwich Transportation Center, and the main bus depot is located on Holly Hock Island near the downtown area.

The city’s school system blossomed along with its population growth which currently stands at about 38,800 and comprises two preschools, seven elementary, two middle schools, three parochial schools, two Montessori schools, a charter school and a regional adult educational program. The Norwich Free Academy serves as one of Norwich’s designated high schools. Three Rivers Community college also serves the region.

Natural resources are in abundance in Norwich, thanks to dedicated conservation and preservation efforts. A prime example is Mohegan Park, a forested area and the city’s largest park with hiking and biking trails, pavilions, basketball courts, a beach, fountain and playgrounds. The park center contains Spaulding Pond, and a stunning rose garden at its Judd Road entrance boasts more than a hundred varieties of roses.

What’s not to love about a city nicknamed after one of the most revered flowers, the rose? The city of Norwich in New London County is home to Dodd Stadium, Mohegan Park, a municipal ice rink, Spaulding Pond, a vibrant downtown and transportation center. The city also boasts a Heritage & Regional Visitors Center, arts center, golf course, theater and a veterans memorial rose garden, among other attractions.

Founded in 1658 by 69 families from Saybrook, Norwich comprised mainly of farms and businesses before residents constructed a public landing at the head of the Thames River to promote easier trade. The harbor area is known as the Chelsea neighborhood, one of several Norwich neighborhoods which maintain unique identities.

Rapid growth transformed the city into a modern urban center by the early 20th century. Commuters are served by the Norwich Transportation Center, and the main bus depot is located on Holly Hock Island near the downtown area.

The city’s school system blossomed along with its population growth which currently stands at about 38,800 and comprises two preschools, seven elementary, two middle schools, three parochial schools, two Montessori schools, a charter school and a regional adult educational program. The Norwich Free Academy serves as one of Norwich’s designated high schools. Three Rivers Community college also serves the region.

Natural resources are in abundance in Norwich, thanks to dedicated conservation and preservation efforts. A prime example is Mohegan Park, a forested area and the city’s largest park with hiking and biking trails, pavilions, basketball courts, a beach, fountain and playgrounds. The park center contains Spaulding Pond, and a stunning rose garden at its Judd Road entrance boasts more than a hundred varieties of roses.

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2 Sabrinas Court
Norwich, CT $435,000

2 Sabrinas Court

Norwich, CT

$435,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,300 Sqft
601 Scotland Road
Norwich, CT $419,900

601 Scotland Road

Norwich, CT

$419,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,680 Sqft
299 Franklin Street
Norwich, CT $325,000

299 Franklin Street

Norwich, CT

$325,000
  • 20,478 Sqft
6 Turnpike Park
Norwich, CT $260,000

6 Turnpike Park

Norwich, CT

$260,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,248 Sqft
576 Laurel Hill Road
Norwich, CT $229,900

576 Laurel Hill Road

Norwich, CT

$229,900
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,648 Sqft
40 Greene Avenue
Norwich, CT $189,000

40 Greene Avenue

Norwich, CT

$189,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,452 Sqft
18 Sabrinas Court
Norwich, CT $59,000

18 Sabrinas Court

Norwich, CT

$59,000
  • 0.96 Acres
494 Plain Hill Road
Norwich, CT $54,500

494 Plain Hill Road

Norwich, CT

$54,500
  • 0.83 Acres

Norwich

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Units Sold

April 2022

41 TOTAL UNITS

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April 2022 Single Family Homes

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