BOOTHBAY HARBOR, ME -
MID - COAST FISHING VILLAGE
Boothbay Harbor has long been cherished by Mainers and Tourists alike for its idyllic yet authentic vibe. The mid-coast fishing village is located at the end of a peninsula, differentiating it from the majority of Maine’s mid-coast communities which are located along Route 1, about 10-15 miles from the ocean. The seaside get-away offers kayaking tours and whale watching excursions, as well as a collection of unique shops and restaurants, making it a destination with something for everyone.
SOUTHPORT, CT —
A MODERN LIFESTYLE IN STORYBOOK SETTING
This quintessential New England Village looks and feels authentic because it is! With its historic harbor complete with antique sea captain’s homes and a tiny village with everything you need is within arms reach. Feels a bit like Nantucket without the ferry.
RYE, NY – A CITY WITH MUCH TO OFFER
Located just over 30 miles from New York City, the city of Rye is a great place to call home and a welcoming city to visitors. The city has much to offer from the outstanding school district, community atmosphere, historical relevance or beautiful waterfronts, Rye truly has it all.
WALLINGFORD, CT – SMALL YET MIGHTY
After spending a short time in Wallingford, you will soon see why the small yet mighty population of 45,135 people love calling this place home. Wallingford boasts some of the lowest taxes in its area and has its very own electric division. This means quick response time and the lowest electricity rate in Connecticut. You are centrally located between the likes of Hartford-New Haven and New York-Boston.
DENNIS, MA -
THE PERFECT CAPE COD VILLAGE CENTER
Intricate traces of our nation’s history can be found all over the village of Dennis. Even the street names, Whig St., Pilgrim Road, Nobscusset Road, to name a few, tell a story. Around every bend there seems to be some relic, whether it’s the 300-year-old Josiah Dennis Manse, home of the town’s namesake, or the 300 million year old Hokum Rock named after the Native Americans who lived here.
BETHANY, CT -
A RETREAT AWAY FROM THE NOISE OF THE CITY
Dreaming about a retreat away from the noise of the city? Consider secluded, affordable, wooded Bethany--Connecticut’s best-kept secret. A sleepy, slow-moving place, surrounded by a rich cultural oasis, Bethany had been named by Connecticut Magazine as among the best small towns in Connecticut. Your neighbor might be a nurse, a professor, a business mogul, a carpenter, but all of them fiercely defend its 58% of undeveloped land and its sustainable agriculture. After all, the town motto is “Rural is Beautiful.” With a population of only 5,500, it was jokingly described as having as many horses as people and there is a Horse Commissioner, who manages the many events available for horse lovers. All this, only 80 miles from New York City and 45 miles from Stamford by car or train.
Concord, MA -
THE HISTORICAL BEAUTY OF CONCORD
The town of Concord values and celebrates its colonial and literary history, keeping it alive and current through lectures at the Library, exhibits and tours at its museum and historic houses and readings at the bookstore. One of our favorite events is the annual reenactment of the revolutionary battle at the Old North Bridge, when the “Shot Heard Round the World” was fired against the British.