The residents of Easton are fortunate to inherit a town with so much of its New England character intact. Elements that draw visitors from neighboring states and towns survive here through a combination of family agricultural tradition and the town’s location in a watershed area. Situated along the beautiful Aspetuck River, Easton still remains a quiet and rural residential town with just under 8,000 residents. Over 200 acres of Easton are dedicated to open space as part of the Aspetuck Land Trust, creating endless opportunities for those searching to hike, horseback ride, fish, or cross-country ski and snowshoe.
With an excellent public school system and easy access to New York City via Metro North, I95 or the Merritt Parkway, Easton has much to offer to those in search of a true country home in lower Fairfield County. With the allure of tractor rides over stubbly fields beneath trees ablaze with color, small children laden with armloads of pumpkins, a stroll through the orchards to pick apples or blueberries, a Sunday drive past antique homes brilliant with summer flowers or a wintry trudge over snowy hillsides in pursuit of the perfect tree, Easton invites people to revisit homey family traditions associated with New England’s past…but still alive in Easton.
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