Hartford County, CT

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Build your custom home in Hartford County CT with Connecticut Valley Homes. This exciting New England region is right next door to nature, and significantly more affordable than other big cities. Known as the “Insurance Capital of the World,” Hartford is also home to many insurance company headquarters. The industry provides well-paying jobs, and attracts educated professionals who contribute to the County’s culture and economy. Hartford County attracts home buyers for its great schools, beautiful scenery, and an innovative job market. In addition to natural beauty, the area also offers plenty of entertainment and attractions. Build your custom home in Hartford County, and enjoy proximity to downtown Hartford’s many music venues and museums. Basketball fans will love following the highly successful men’s and women’s teams at the University of Connecticut. Outside the city, visit state parks, vineyards, or ski slopes. One of the benefits of living in Hartford County is that it’s easy to get around. The CTTransit bus system serves Hartford and 26 other towns in the area, making the city easily accessible even if you don’t want to live downtown. Make your new home in Hartford County, and experience all of this firsthand. Contact Connecticut Valley Homes today to learn more about how we can customize the perfect home for you.

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