About The Area
Colchester (06415) is located in New London County, Connecticut. In 2005, it made CNN’s “100 Best Places to Live” list, coming in 57th place, and in 2013, it was awarded the 8th spot on the “Best Places to Live: Least Crowded Towns” list with 332 people per square mile. With its vast expanse of land, Colchester was also the first town in Connecticut and 36th in the country to be certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
If you’re looking to spend some quality time in the great outdoors, Air Line State Park Trail, draws hikers, horseback riders and bikers from across the state. The trail dates back to the 1870s, with a railroad track that used to run from New York to Boston. Also in Colchester is Priam Vineyards, New England’s first completely solar-powered winery that boasts breathtaking 35 mile view of the New England countryside.
Testimonials From Colchester Residents
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– Hugh C., Colchester, CT
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