New Haven County in Connecticut
Welcome! New Haven County is rich with so many wonderful towns and locales and we are glad you are taking the time to browse through what each has to offer. Some have history that dates back centuries while others offer modern conveniences such as state-of-the-art facilities that enhance the quality of residents’ lives. But the one common denominator of all communities is its people and with our town tours offered here you will quickly experience each town for its sense of community – and that is what life and living is all about.
A town with character and charm, Wallingford has a distinct sense of community that comes across in the town pride, education system and commercial presence in the locale. A lovely Downtown with shops, restaurants and lots of activity for residents of all walks of life, this New England town has so much to offer. It is also very close to all major highways.
Guilford is a unique mix of two worlds. Row after row of beautiful historic homes offer the culture one would expect from a typical New England town but the influx of new homes, commercial areas and modern amenities is also present. The gorgeous beach community gives residents plenty to do without sacrificing on must-haves like quality education.
Ripe with coastline culture and a strong sense of community, Branford is the ideal place for families and professionals. The commuter town offers quick access to New Haven or New York City. Whether its shops, restaurants, history or people attract you to this great place, or the top school system and waterfront cottages pull you in – Branford is the perfect place!
Ranked by Money Magazine as one of the best places to live, Cheshire is a town with a lot of emphasis on quality education, arts and culture plus a host of popular culture aspects making it a great place to live. Home to many notable actors, authors, entrepreneurs and educationists. The town of Cheshire is brimming with New England charm!
If small town living is the definition of the perfect lifestyle, then Durham is just the right place for you. There are pieces of history throughout the nearly 24 square miles that make up this New England town, some that go as far back as early 1700s. We invite you to come experience the town in our exclusive town tour. Close to the center of Connecticut, you have access to much of what Connecticut has to offer.
Yet another of Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” in the US, this relatively small town offers a host of educational institutions, lots of history and a bustling economy that keeps residents busy. Recreation is plentiful with many things to do along the Quinnipiac River, in the towns’ state parks and in the town center. Peter’s Rock is another must-see popular destination for townspeople.