Key Towns of the Litchfield Hills, CT


Located two hours north of New York City and one hour west of Hartford, CT and southeast of Albany, NY, the Town of Salisbury is nestled in the bucolic wonder of the northwest corner of Connecticut. Salisbury and its villages of Lakeville, Taconic, Lime Rock and Amesville are convenient to the Appalachian Trail, mountains for hiking and skiing, lakes for fishing and canoeing, and numerous art and music venues.

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Lakeville is a village in the Town of Salisbury in Litchfield County, CT on Lake Wononskopomuc. The village includes the Lakeville Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district represents about 10 acres of the village center of Lakeville where the street grid remains virtually unchanged from the late 19th century. The district is defined to include properties and sites that contributed to the historical development of the village. It is noted that the district area “is surrounded by a much larger area containing many additional historic industrial, commercial, residential, religious, and recreational sites and structures.


Located in scenic Litchfield County, Sharon, CT was incorporated in October of 1739. It held its first town meeting on December 11th of that year and today, in the 21st century, continues a Town Meeting form of government including Selectmen and a Board of Finance. The population of Sharon is 3,052 according to The Connecticut State Register & Manual.


Remember Main Street? It’s alive, well and thriving. But Millerton, New York, is hardly a mainstream village. We’re as eclectic as we are traditional, as original as we are historic. Stroll the main street, and this is what you’ll find: independent and friendly merchants committed not only to the quality of their remarkably diverse wares, but to the relationships they build with their customers.