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Hampton at a Glance
Hampton was founded in 1786. The majority of the residents in this town were farmers, tradesmen, merchants, teachers, lawyers, pastors, and doctors. Paralell to the Little River, there were mills making cider, shingles, cotton, and factories that made pins, buttons, rakes, spectacles, hats, and spoons. Single-room schools were made for the children and inns for travelers. The ponds of Hampton were used to supply ice to everyone that owned an ice house in the cold winter days.
The income per capita in Hampton is 37% higher than the national average and The median household income is 89% higher than the national average!
Hampton Elementary School was built in 1991 and it provides a nurturing learning environment since the classes are a bit smaller. The Pro is that this gives each student an advantage to flourish, not only during school hours, but beyond. Parish Hill Middle/High School educates Hampton students from 7th-12th grades.
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Travel & Commute
Hartford, CT: 38 mi.
Bradley International Airport (BDL): 50 mi.
Major Roads: Route 6
What Life is Like in Hampton
Hampton is located in Northeastern Connecticut, the "Last Green Valley," where its character shines as a unique New England Town and each season provides its own beauty. Like to be outdoors? Hampton has places to hike, bike, fish, cross-country ski, paint, photograph, etc. You name it! The ratings are high for safety in Hampton along with amenities, education, employment, weather and housing. What an ideal place to live!
Points of Interest in Hampton
Bittersweet Farm & Border Collies
Located at 109 Hammond Hill Road, this mixed farm specializing in grass fed lambs. Custom lamb; eggs from free range, organically fed chickens. Available seasonally; pullets; roasters; hay. Call for hours and information - 890.455.9416
Located on 108 Drain Street, Cuprak's Cupboard is full of jams and jellies made from locally grown fruits. The cupcakes are low sugar and low glyceic jams and jellies. Personalized gift packs always available and cloth gift bags available in 3 sizes. Call for hours and information - 860.455.1351
349 Windham Road, Equine boarding facility with 5-8 mile exercise track and large pastures. 12x12 and 10x10 stalls with mats available. Call for hours & information - 860.455.7627
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