Village Inn Of New Canaan

122 Park St, New Canaan, CT 06840
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What is it like to live in New Canaan?

by Godelieve

We are thinking about relocating to Connecticut, maximum 1 to 1 1/2h commuting from New York, and New Canaan fits the bill. If you can give any advice on schools, community, realtors, etc.... what is it like? Is it nice to live there or is it hell? Any advice you can give - we are visiting by the end of October to have a look for ourselves. Any good places to stay? Thanks very much!

Re: What is it like to live in New Canaan?

by zuriga

I'm not very familiar with New Canaan, but have lived close to that area for many years... in NY state. I know it used to be a very nice town with good schools... the same for Ridgefield, Westin and some others in that area. There are lots of real estate agencies with offices in many town... some good ones are usually found with a web search - you can even see houses, compare prices etc.

Re: What is it like to live in New Canaan?

by annie4t4

I lived in New Canaan for several years as a child and then again in my college years and I have to say it is the most beautiful place in the world. I always like to say it's like living in a Norman Rockwell painting. If you are looking for a family environment with lots of history, New Canaan is a great place to be. I sometimes wish I never left. It's paradise! The school system is excellent, there are a lot of cultural events, there is a lot for grownups and kids to do and there are churches for practically every religious faith. There is even a train station so you can go straight into NYC without having to drive. It is quintessential New England.

Travel Tips for New Canaan

Visit Waveny Park --- a...

by Mender

Visit Waveny Park --- a gorgeous public park that serves as the site for several festivals each year. Mostly good for picnics, frisbee, and enjoying the temperate weather. I miss the autumns in New Canaan the most.

Walk in town, enjoy a stroll...

by Alien

Walk in town, enjoy a stroll on the main road. Rent a bike if you have some time and visit Camp Y-ki, a nice town park with forests and a little pond. The tiny railway station is also a sight to see.

The Ice Storm commeth...

by steedappeal

Downtown New Canaan is the most well-scrubbed town center in Connecticut. What it lacks in a traditional village green it makes up by having the most charming selection of local and limited national brand stores anywhere in America. In terms of charm and atmosphere, the perfectly formed "T Zone" of Elm and Main Streets makes comparable downtowns (like in nearby Greenwich) look like the inner city.

Mender's New Canaan Page

by Mender

I spent 9 years here growing up, before going to college and moving elsewhere. A very quaint and beautiful area, marked by distinct spring and autumn seasons that are more pronounced than you will find anywhere in the South or Midwest.


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