Are you moving to Southington and want to know more about it? In this episode of CT Life, I’m going to give you five reasons people love moving to Southington, Connecticut. We’ll look at everything from location to housing options so you know exactly what to expect when you make your move.

Shopping And Location

The first reason that more and more people are moving here to Southington is that you don't have to drive far to hit a grocery store or a pharmacy. The town is home to many big box retailers and chain stores.

Second, Southington is centrally located. You have easy access to major highways, which makes it very easy to commute.

Things To See And Do

Reason number three is that there are plenty of things to do. Southington has walking and biking trails, shopping, restaurants, orchards, a ski resort, a golf course, mini golf, batting cages, movie theaters, and more.

Along with plenty of things to do, the fourth reason people are moving to Southington is the active events held in the town. Southington is family-friendly, offering many community events throughout the year. This includes the Apple Harvest Festival, a six-day event that takes place over two weekends each fall.

Southington also has one of the state's only amusement parks: Lake Compounce. Located partially in Bristol and partially in Southington, it was founded in 1846 and is the oldest amusement park in the United States.

Make Southington Your Home

The fifth reason people are moving to Southington is the housing options. Although the town is rather large, you can still get a property that is secluded and has some land in some parts of Southington.

Now that you have all the information you need, the last thing you might want to do is set up your home search. If you have any additional questions about Southington, Connecticut, please do not hesitate to reach out and ask. I can send you whatever information you need, and my team of agents is happy to help you get to know the area.

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