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If you have land in Middlesex County, Connecticut Valley Homes can build on it. Our custom modular homes allow you to personalize your house to meet all your needs. Middlesex County offers residents tranquility, scenic beauty, and a storied history. The county has 121 properties on the National Register of Historic Places, including lighthouses, churches, and even an opera house. The area also boasts several educational institutions, including the prestigious Wesleyan University in Middletown. Young residents can choose from public school or the area’s numerous private schools. Make your home in Middlesex County, and you’ll have proximity to cultural attractions such as Oddfellows Playhouse and the Green Street Arts Center. Middletown even has its own children’s museum. For outdoor fun, visit the region’s many parks, such as Middletown Nature Gardens or Wadsworth Falls State Park. On the Connecticut River, Harbor Park offers residents the chance to stroll along the boardwalk, and enjoy a night out at its restaurants and clubs. Notable area attractions include: The Goodspeed Opera House, The Essex Steam Train Museum, Gillette Castle State Park, the Chester/Hadlyme Ferry (which is the second oldest continuously running in Connecticut) and Comstock's Bridge, one of three covered bridges in CT. Find out more about living in Middlesex County. Tell us about your land, and we’ll figure out how we can build the house of your dreams on your property.

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