Relocation Guide to Southington
Hartford County, Connecticut
Local restaurants have dining options that are surprisingly nontraditional. Among steak, seafood, and pizza offerings, you’ll find a Tapas bar, a clam pub, a hibachi & sushi bar, and a woodfired grill restaurant. Center Street is an eclectic area for dining and nightlife. Among the array of bars and restaurants, you’ll find Witchdoctor Brewing, Gamecraft Barcade, Montana Nights Axe Throwing & Perkatory Coffee. For those who are more creative, you’ll find Board and Brush as well!
If you’re relocating to Southington, you already know that it’s a wonderful place to call home. It’s a peaceful town of beautiful homes and breathtaking natural landscapes. You don’t have to leave town for fine dining, art, and culture. When you crave outdoor adventure, you have easy access to Quinnipiac River and Southington Mountain. Southington is also home is a local favorite- Lake Compounce Amusement Park! Guests come from all over the state to enjoy the Boulder Dash, the water park & host corporate events!
History of Southington CT
Southington has a history that predates its official 1779 founding. Years earlier, Samuel Woodruff left Farmington and established a new settlement in the area that was originally known as Panthorne. Residents eventually renamed it South Farmington and then changed it to Southington. Town records document 1726 as the year Southington residents built a meeting house. This was significant as it was independent of the Farmington Parish. The meeting house is no longer standing but a number of historic homes remain in fine condition.
During Southington’s early history, its thriving manufacturing presence included a cement mill, wood mills, and factories. The town has a proud military legacy that boasts volunteers in every armed conflict since the Revolutionary War. General Washington, General Lafayette, and other well-known military leaders made historic visits to Southington.
Considering Relocating to Southington, CT?
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Relocating to Southington CT
At Brooke Group Real Estate, we know that relocating is never easy. That’s why we do everything we can to minimize your stress. We’ve also created this brief Relocating to Southington Guide. It includes local information and moving tips to help you during your relocation process.
Southington Connecticut Homes for Sale
107 Norton Street Southington, Connecticut
3 Beds 4 Baths 1,807 SqFt 5.470 Acres
166 Steeple Chase Drive Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,238 SqFt 0.600 Acres
67 Mariani Drive Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 3 Baths 3,350 SqFt 0.630 Acres
275 Copper Ridge Road Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,973 SqFt 1.840 Acres
33 Madalyn Lane Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 3 Baths 3,045 SqFt 0.520 Acres
445 Rockwood Drive Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 5 Baths 4,121 SqFt 0.920 Acres
1393 Marion Avenue Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 3 Baths 3,304 SqFt 4.880 Acres
70 Mountain Pond Road Southington, Connecticut
4 Beds 3 Baths 3,116 SqFt 0.940 Acres
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