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Quiet residential areas and an impressive waterfront make Guilford a superb spot for family living and outdoor activity.
An array of historical periods is represented by the local architecture. Contemporary designs, newer traditional styles and condominiums blend together with fine federal, colonial and New England Saltbox Homes. In all of New England, Guilford boasts the third largest collection of historic homes, which many have become public museums. Guilford also has a remarkable tree-lined town green, which is Connecticut's largest.
Jacob's Beach on Long Island Sound and Quonnipaug Beach on Quonnipaug Lake, along with marinas, offer swimming, boating and fishing. Hiking and wildlife observation is offered from the state park.
Public playing fields and playgrounds provide ample space for an assortment of sports. In addition, Guilford is home to the Audubon Salt Meadow Sanctuary, 200 acres of tidal wetlands.
A lively New Haven residential suburb, Guilford also has well-planned commercial and industrial areas concentrated in the southern section of town. Most businesses find its access to rail connections and Interstate 95 ideal.
Guilford's assets and residential attractions also include quality public schools. Along with charming local shops including a center featuring local crafts and arts.