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|(as of 8/29/2014)||Active||List Price|
|Lot / Land||43||$75,000||$289,760||$2,650,000|
Originally in 1693,Glastonbury was a shipbuilding and milling town. With a blend of neighborhoods and small commercial establishments, the Hartford suburb retains a rural and colonial environment. The stunning homes include some of the most remarkable examples of architecture in New England. In Connecticut, Glastonbury has the highest number of pre-Revolutionary homes. Its pre-Revolutionary gems are complemented with a variety of well-preserved federal and colonial styles, contemporary designed homes, condominiums and small apartments. Growing with new subdivisions is the area surrounding Diamond Lake.
Protecting thickly wooded lots and farmland, Glastonbury has purchased hundreds of acres of open space. The Meshomasic State Forest, Cotton Hollow Preserve and the Connecticut River maintain habitats for many New England animal and plant species.
Leisure activities in wildlife preserve is provided in Earle Park. Holland Brook Center is maintained by the Audubon Society, which exhibits live animals and plant life indigenous to Connecticut.
Town parks, playground and baseball diamonds offer individual and team sports, including tennis, swimming, ice-skating and golf. Hiking trails and horseback riding along with camping facilities is available in Gay City State Park.
Continuing education programs for adults are also available through Glastonbury's public school system.