Somers, Connecticut

Somers CT - an active, picturesque New England community


Somers CT homes are set against an idyllic New England backdrop, and homes for sale in Somers are charming and affordable. Driving the desire for real estate in Somers is the sense of community, family entertainment and model school design.

Somers home buyers visiting the Somers Educational Complex will be impressed. It is a 115-acre campus located on Vision Boulevard. The public library is on the campus and the town's main recreation area is situated just outside. The school facilities are wired for data, voice and video capability, earning the school district recognition for its updated technology.

History


In 1734, the town was incorporated into Massachusetts and then became annexed to Connecticut in 1749. The town's namesake was Lord Somers of England. Historically Somers was an agricultural community that produced potatoes and tobacco. Dairy farms were also part of this pastoral landscape. The industrial segment of Somers included bonnet factories and sawmills.Today Somers is known as one of the 100 Best Places to Live. Modern day Somers is rich in economic opportunity, good schools, safe streets, things to do and a real sense of community.

Parks and recreation


The town has a robust recreation department, offering a multi-sports camp, basketball, and yoga and tai chi classes. For group functions, spacious pavilions and gazebos are available for rent.

Stay fit and active at Field Road Park, located at 96 Field Road. It houses two baseball fields, two softball fields, lighted tennis and basketball courts and two general purpose fields with ample seating. Take a lunch break in the covered picnic area. The Shady Lake and Hurds Lake also offer facilities for fishing and boating. Nearby, go hiking at Shenipsit State Forest or Scantic River State Park.

Attractions and activities


Historical and educational attractions are abound in Somers. Residents enjoy spending time visiting the James F. King Indian Museum, the Somers Mountain Museum and the Somers Historical Museum.

Sonny's Place, located at 349 Main Street, is immensely popular. Energy ripples through this house of fun as visitors delight in miniature golf, the driving range, go-karts, batting cages, a rock wall and a 7000-square foot arcade. 


Events


Somers hosts many events throughout the year. Participating in community events is a great way to stay connected in this beautiful New England town. The Somers Public Library also offers special events such as a writing group, computer classes, book discussions and movie matinees. 

A Trend Real Estate Agent well-versed in Somers properties will know which Somers homes for sale are being prepared to market. Through networking and staying closely connected with the community, a Realtor can bring together buyers and sellers expeditiously and facilitate a smooth transaction.
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