Living in Farmington, CT | Sanford Cove
Respecting History While Planning for the Future…
Farmington sits 10 miles west of Hartford at the hub of major I-84 interchanges, 20 miles south of Bradley International Airport and 2 hours by car from NYC and Boston. The town has retained its distinct character through progressive land use planning and maintenance of its historic districts.
Farmington is home to the Hill-Stead Museum. The museum holds an impressive collection of Impressionist paintings. The town is also home to Miss Porter’s School, UConn Health Center, scenic views, hiking trails and parks. It is also included as part of the Farmington Valley.
Shopping & Dining…
Farmington is a great location and has some incredible restaurants and some of the most unique and upscale boutiques in New England. Westfarms Mall, which is the largest shopping center in Farmington, has great offerings from retailers such as Nordstrom and Lord & Taylor, along with many others.
More about Farmington…
A spectacular recreations opportunity, the Farmington trails system is used by outdoor lovers for scenic walking, jogging, inline skating, and biking. Once an old railroad bed, the trail system is handicap accessible, paved, and reachable through several locations in town.
The Town of Farmington is committed to “green” efforts including energy conservation, renewable resources, recycling, and other environmentally friendly practices. It is the Town’s desire to establish a leadership role in the community in pro-moting environmentally friendly practices in town.
Farmington offers natural beauty, deep history, plenty of culture and a convenient location.