SHEPAUG CROSSING IN LITCHFIELD, CT
Just an afternoon's drive from New York City and a stone's throw from the quaint hamlets of Litchfield county—you're certain to find traditional New England charm, culture and adventure at Shepaug Crossing.
One of the first things you'll notice about Litchfield is the 18th and 19th century homes and historic buildings that grace the town green. Few areas in Connecticut are able to match Litchfield's colonial architecture, rolling hills, and open farmland. Litchfield boasts a vibrant community of just over 8,000 residents, who enjoy a balance of rural charm, old-world sophistication and modern amenities.
Litchfield offers a lifestyle enjoyed by many actors, artists, authors, politicians and diplomats. Residents enjoy top schools (private and local), dining, antiquing, and outdoor activiites year-round. From bustling cafes and summer concerts on the town green, to the renowned art galleries, antiquaries, and inns, to the glorious outdoors for the adventuresome (boating, hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, etc.)—Litchfield is the ideal setting to live, work and play.
More than one-third of the land with over 3,000 feet of frontage along the Shepaug River has been dedicated to the Litchfield Land Trust. This will assist in the preservation of this untouched land and will help to preserve the rural and much coveted character of Litchfied County.