The open fields and sweeping grasslands of Somers makes it an ideal setting for traditional family homes.
Somers was incorporated as a Connecticut town in 1734, having previously belonged to Massachusetts. Down to this day it remains primarily a dairy farming community.
Somers carefully steers development to avoid marring its stunning landscape.
Only 25 minutes from Hartford, this small town makes it possible to have the best of both worlds, quiet country living and the benefits of modern urban centers.
A classic town fair, the Four Town Fair, celebrates the yearly harvest and sports traditional crafts and food of New England.
Hunting, cross-country skiing, tennis, gold, swimming and team sports make sure residents never go bored.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||2.45 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||413.3|
|Household Size (people)||2.73|
|Households w/ Children||33.09 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||11.95 %|
Gross rent estimates, localized to show expected pricing variations.
The educational climate index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Socioeconomic Status (SES) measure. Factors in this measure are income, educational achievement and occupation of persons within a ZIP code. Because this measure is based on the population of an entire ZIP code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.
The temperature chart displays average high and low temperatures (degrees Fahrenheit) for the months of January and July.
The weather risk chart displays a percent value for a given type of weather risk as compared to the national average. A percent value greater than 100 indicates the area is more prone to risk than the national average; similarly, a value less than 100 indicates the area is less prone.
SOMERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
MABELLE B. AVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL
SOMERS HIGH SCHOOL
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL AT SOMERSVILLE
Commute time estimations based on Monday morning depature at 7 A.M.