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Bethel

Bethel has a pleasant pedestrian downtown area, with many restaurants, shops, and a Metro North train station.

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Brookfield

Brookfield is one of the fastest growing communities in the Greater Danbury/New Milford area. In spite of this growth, the town has managed to maintain its small-town friendliness and rural character.

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Danbury

Danbury, often referred to as the "Gateway to New England," is the largest city in Northern Fairfield County. It boasts a thriving economy, attractive real estate values, and many parks, lakes, and ponds.

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New Milford

New Milford is a sprawling, mostly rural town with a charming, recently-restored downtown, featuring a quintessential New England village green. The town is famous for many communities activities.

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Newtown

Newtown's rolling woodlands encompass Fairfield County's largest township. Gracious antique homes line Main Street, and a signature 100-foot flagpole proudly rises at the center of town.

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Southbury

Ideally located along the I-84 corridor between Danbury and Hartford, Southbury’s population has expanded rapidly. Through planned development and strict zoning regulations, it has maintained its rural feel.

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New Fairfield

New Fairfield borders Ball Pond, Squantz Pond, and Candlewood Lake, the largest manmade lake east of the Mississippi River.

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Ridgefield

Ridgefield played an important role in American history, with a significant role in the Revolutionary War. The town has developed over the years into a primarily residential community with an assortment of shops and restaurants, as well as professional offices found along its main streets.

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