Located in Middlesex County, East Hampton covers approximately 36 square miles, with a population of 2,254 residents. You’ll find Connecticut's largest inland body of water, Lake Pocotopaug at 512 acres. Beautiful State parks and lush, hardwood-filled forests surround the northern, southern and western borders. For a picture postcard experience, don’t miss the famous Comstock Covered Bridge across the Salmon River.
Community Spirit is Alive & Well in East Hampton
In East Hampton you will find a small town with a strong sense of community pride and support. East Hampton residents bask in a lifestyle that is family centered and supported by a quality school system, two public libraries, two history museums, and local parks with varied recreational opportunities for all ages.
East Hampton, CT Real Estate
Because East Hampton is all about a superior quality of life that is unmatched in New England, your family is sure to love living in this beautiful town. For more information on your home buying opportunities here in East Hampton, contact us
, Elaine and Tom Burns. We are your East Hampton, CT home buying experts.