watertown ct: Crestbrook Park Golf Course Watertown Ct, The best kept Secret in Connecticut - 09/02/10 05:58 AM
Crestbrook Park Golf Course, is one of the best kept secrets in Connecticut, and should definitely be a 'Must Play' for golfers looking for a challenge. The 18-hole "Crestbrook Park" course at the Crestbrook Park Golf Course facility in Watertown, Connecticut features 6,915 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 73.0 and it has a slope rating of 126 from the Blue Tees.  Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, ASGCA, the Crestbrook Park golf course opened in 1962.  The course has been ranked by Golf Magazine as one of the top 10 public … (15 comments)

watertown ct: Farmers Market in Watertown Ct - 07/10/10 06:56 AM
This Saturday, July 10 the Farmer's Market in Watertown CT opens for the first day of the summer season. The market is open from 9 AM to 1 PM in the parking lot of the Watertown Public Library at 470 Main St, Watertown Ct


The first morning was threatened by intermittent rains but there was an enthusiastic crowd. It's still early in the season but the first crops are coming out, as are vendors with mature plants for those late in getting the gardens in.
Walking the rows of tents, were fresh eggs, fresh flowers, fresh baked goods, craft items, a vendor … (15 comments)

watertown ct: Watertown, Ct Real Estate 2009 End of Year Analysis - 01/23/10 01:21 AM

Originally founded as a separatist church community calling itself Westbury to distinguish itself as being west of Waterbury, in 1780, it officially separated itself and was renamed Watertown. It soon became the crossroads for a number of early highways, providing access to the smaller settlements of the north western end of the state with scheduled train trips between Watertown and Waterbury. John Trumbull, poet of the Revolutionary War, who was also a lawyer and judge, was born here in 1750. Watertown has been home to a number of well known companies. Princeton Mills, which produced the first high-napped fabric used as imitation … (6 comments)

watertown ct: Sold, 121 Charles St, Watertown - 11/25/09 12:40 AM

Sold, a great duplex just off the center of Watertown,
     Listed for $243,000     Sold for $235,000
      Convenient to town services, schools, a rare 2 family in a town with 98% single family homes.
  Unsolicited email sent by the sellers 2 days after closing:
Ed - thank you for your help. We appreciated your advice and would recommend you to other folks who need a Real Estate Agent and a Guiding Light !   All checks cleared plus conversion at CL&P, water /sewer etc.  Done deal    Thanks.  You are a pro.

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watertown ct: Inspired by Nature .. So Close, and Yet So Far - 07/28/09 03:03 AM
As I was coming away from taking the lock box off of my now closed listing at 406 Linkfield Rd in Watertown, Ct, it was taken by the views of farmland that is so close to the congestions of a large town. Here were the scenes of days gone by with the rolling pastures and open meadows people so seldom take the time to see or not even have the scenary to view.
Cows taking shelter to get out of the noon day sun or the approach of a mid summer storm?

A lone doe chewing on some fresh grass … (2 comments)

watertown ct: Mt Fair Subdivision Profile ... Watertown, Ct - 07/26/09 10:01 AM
In the northeast section of WATERTOWN, CT is a subdivision know as Mt Fair. This subdivision occupies app. 150 acres formerly known as Mt Fair, with the original grain elevator serving as a beacon at the entrance of the area.

There are currently 120 homes in this Watertown, Ct subdivision with a range of pricing between $300,000 to $530,000. The families that typically purchase in the Mt Fair section would be established professional people seeking to find an environment ideal for raising a family. Mt Fair offers easy highway access for commuters. For recreation, there is nearby Nova Scotia Hill Park, … (2 comments)

watertown ct: 233 YEARS old and Counting - 07/03/09 05:53 AM
Ours may not be the oldest country in the world, nor the country with the richest of traditions, but we are the country that the entire world DOES revolve around. Given our current state of financial and social uncertainty there is still more opportunity here than any other country in the world.
A look at the morning paper today showed the unemployment picture in this country at a 26 year low. For the first time since the great depression there were more jobs lost than at any other time in our history. But yet, people from depressed countries all over would still … (1 comments)

watertown ct: Fireworks Schedules for Area Towns - 07/02/09 07:40 AM

 
Parades, picnics and fireworks are coming this week to mark the nation's birthday. Here's a list of Fourth of July celebrations around the region.
Beacon FallsThe annual fireworks display will be July 11 at the Pent Road Complex. Shuttle services will be available starting at 6:30 p.m. from Woodland High School, Ideal Manufacturing and the fire house. Fireworks begin at dark. Food and entertainment will be available.BristolLake Compounce will celebrate the Fourth of July with a fireworks presentation set over its 23-acre lake on Saturday. The park opens at 11a.m.; fireworks start at 9:45.
LitchfieldThe Historical Society's annual pet … (0 comments)

watertown ct: July 4th Fireworks schedule for Western Ct Towns - 07/02/09 07:22 AM

Parades, picnics and fireworks are coming this week to mark the nation's birthday. Here's a list of Fourth of July celebrations around the region.
Beacon FallsThe annual fireworks display will be July 11 at the Pent Road Complex. Shuttle services will be available starting at 6:30 p.m. from Woodland High School, Ideal Manufacturing and the fire house. Fireworks begin at dark. Food and entertainment will be available.BristolLake Compounce will celebrate the Fourth of July with a fireworks presentation set over its 23-acre lake on Saturday. The park opens at 11a.m.; fireworks start at 9:45.
LitchfieldThe Historical Society's annual pet parade … (0 comments)

watertown ct: How Competitive is the Current Market? - 05/22/08 02:03 AM
There are many factors that will determine how fast and at what price a home will sell:  age, condition, location and price. A significant yet often overlooked factor in a buyer's market is also the inventory of homes, and the rate of absorption in the market.
Inventory is important because it determines the competition in the market place, which goes back to basic economic principles of  "Supply and Demand". With the current market situation, supply is definitely up, and the demand, created by both the mortgage industry's state of transition, wherein programs are modified or dropped daily, and down payment amounts … (0 comments)

 
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