Townhouses with 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1200 sqft, full basement
The Grand Townhouses are some of the finest Colchester, CT apartments in the heart of the growing downtown area. They offer tiled bath tubs, colonial style moldings, cultured marble sinks, private decks, large yards, tasteful landscaping and off-street parking. Features include hardwood floors, ceramic tile in the kitchen and bathrooms, recessed lighting, laundry hook-ups and energy efficient appliances, including glass top stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. Ceiling fans are featured in most bedrooms and the living room. Rent includes heat, while tenants pay for electricity, water/sewer, phone and cable. DirecTV satellite service is available but cannot be used in conjunction with Comcast.
Colchester is one of the fastest growing towns in Connecticut. In 2005, it was ranked 57th on the “100 Best Places to Live” in the U.S., according to CNN. In 2010, Colchester became the first town in the state to be certified with the National Wildlife Federation as a community wildlife habitat. Most recently in 2013, Colchester was ranked as the 8th Least Crowded towns in the nation by CNN/Money magazine. Towns that made the list had to be experiencing population growth and have median family income that was above the state average. The town features a library, golf course, shopping and a downtown with a neat nightlife. Events are held year-round on the Town Green. Linwood Apartments are centrally located with quick access to Connecticut Route 2 and approximately 30 minutes from Hartford, the state’s capital. Click on the photo at right to enlarge the aerial photo. Thank you Photo Connection of Colchester.
Colchester’s school district includes four schools: Colchester Elementary School (CES),Jack Jackter Intermediate School, William J. Johnston Middle School (WJJMS) and Bacon Academy, Colchester’s lone public high school. Colchester Elementary is home to an early childhood program and both Head Start and Early Head Start programs are housed at CES. In 2009, the National Wildlife Federation designated William J. Johnston Middle School an official Certified Wildlife Habitat site. The middle school property attracts a variety of birds, butterflies and other wildlife. The town of Colchester offers a variety of programs for children and youth through its parks and recreation program.