CT Shoreline & More

Many people wonder, aren’t all the coastal towns in CT considered “shoreline towns”? Yes they are, technically the Connecticut shoreline extends from the New York border to the Rhode Island border. At the New Haven corridor, from Lighthouse Point, the shoreline changes and turns to a landscape of small towns and local farms. The many shoreline towns along thise corridor are beautiful, charming, and historic. They offer recreation including beaches, trails, golf, boating and marinas and much more. There is also an abundance of home town farms and local produce. I would be happy to show you homes along the shoreline and the connecting towns of Durham, Higganum, Killingworth, North Branford, Northford or other towns that you might be interested in. Zip06 is the community Web site for The Day newspaper and the Times weeklies covering southeastern Connecticut, and the Shore Publishing weeklies covering the central Connecticut shoreline. Its a great place to find lots of community events, news and more. Each town has its own page. http://www.zip06.com