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, also known as Veterans Field.
The Mt Fair Section of Watertown is in close proximity to one of the Watertown Land Trusts largest parcels at 36 acres, known as the Fleisher Parcel. The parcel has various walking trails and teems with wildlife native to the area.
Directly across the street from the Fleisher parcel is the jewel of the Watertown, CT recreation system called Crestbrook Park. Crestbrook Park features a championship level 18 hole golf course, public swimming pool, tennis courts, walking trails, a private lake and a picnic pavilion.
For schools, just down the road from the subdivision is John Trumbull Primary School, which services grades K-2 through Grade 2
From here children would go to Polk elementary School for grades 3 thru 5. The middle school for all of Watertown, Ct is Swift Junior and the lone high school is Watertown High
There are currently 2 properties for sale in the Mt Fair subdivision.
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