Fairfield County, CT
Norwalk was chosen by Money Magazine as one of the top places to live in the nation. Norwalk has everything to offer from its 22 miles of Long Island Sound coastline to the countryside. Setting of green hills, great residential neighborhoods and diverse employment. The seaside village ambience of Rowayton is composed of many small neighborhoods. Rowayton was voted one of the happiest seaside towns in America by Coastal Living. Although Rowayton functions as an independent village: it is in fact Norwalk's 6th taxing district. Giving Rowayton its classic charm, its residents also have their own private beach daily beach. Stamford is the third largest Corporate Center in the nation. It is home to both small family owned businesses and fortune 500 companies.
Norwalk, Stamford and Rowayton are all rich in diversity and culture. They all offer excellent recreational facilities and parks, beaches and marinas, live theater, outstanding public school systems and the finest in dining and the nightlife.
Hudson Valley, NY
The stunning Hudson Valley is only two hours North of New York City. Far away enough to enjoy tranquility but but yet close enough to the city. Breathtaking mountain views and all life has to offer. Enjoy hiking, nature, skiing, ziplining, Canoe / kayak, arts, museums, wineries, orchards, local fresh food and more.
Kingston - New York's historic first capital. This waterfront district is a vibrant and constantly evolving city. From its stockade district, you will find many examples of America's early colonial history. It is now also a strong business district. Discover waterfront restaurants, boutiques, museums, arts or take a Hudson River sightseeing tour. On those hot summer days enjoy sailing on the beautiful Hudson River.
Saugerties - named one of the 10 coolest small towns in America and home to HITS. It may be a small town but has plenty to offer. From the Saugerties Lighthouse, horses, Garlic Festival, Falling Waters Preserve and Esopus Bend Nature Preserve, to name a few. There is no shortage of things to do here. Take a walk in the village along Partition Street, and shop the local unique boutiques and get a bite to eat at one of the fine restaurants.
Woodstock - the most famous talked about small town from its shopping on Tinker Street to entertainment to browsing the galleries filled with one of a kind pottery and paintings. Film and art festivals have attracted big names and numerous musicians over the years. Many have come here to record and even live.
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