We are a team of professional Sales Associates who strive to achieve the highest level of quality service to our clients and business partners. This has earned us the #1 market share position within the State of Connecticut and a reputation built around our core values of Relationships, Growth, Authenticity, Empowerment, Service, and Compassion. If you are considering a career in Real Estate, consider joining a team of dedicated and hardworking professionals who adhere to high standards and enjoy working within a positive and supportive environment where ideas are shared and values are cherished. We represent Connecticut's largest residential real estate company whose focus is to embrace our local communities. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties is the technology leader with superior training, tools, and services to help you succeed!
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Residential and Condominium Marketing, Relocation, Fine Homes, New Construction, and Land.
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ABOUT THE TOWN OF WINDSOR
Windsor, Connecticut's first community, was launched in 1633 when settlers sailed from Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts to establish themselves at the confluence of the Farmington and Connecticut rivers. The Native Americans referred to this area as Matianuck.
The Reverend John Warham and 60 members of his congregation, a church organized in England in 1630, arrived two years later, and renamed the settlement Dorchester. A final name change to Windsor was decreed in 1637 by the colony's General Court.
Windsor has been the home of one Governor, two Lieutenant Governors, two Secretaries of the State, and one State Treasurer. Its original land has been used to spin off no less than 20 other Connecticut towns, in whole or part, from Litchfield and Torrington to the west, to Tolland in the east. For approximately 100 years (1830-1930) woolen mills and paper mills located on the Farmington River in the Poquonock and Rainbow sections of Windsor provided employment for up to 500 people. Historically, Windsor's economy has been dominated by two pursuits: Tobacco Farming and brickmaking (since 1675). In its heyday, there were more than 40 brickyards in Windsor. The last one disappeared in the 1960's. The first tobacco crop was planted in 1640 with seeds brought to Connecticut from the Virginia tobacco Plantations.
Currently Windsor's industrial base encompasses a wide range or products and services, including insurance, software development, energy research and development, and manufacturing of nuclear reactors, engine components, and machinery.
There are many things to see and do while visiting our Town. Windsor is home to 27 recreational sites totaling 1,155 acres. There are two public access golf courses, 21 tennis courts, and four swimming pools. Windsor's two libraries hold over 100,000 volumes of books and are connected to the internet with the latest technology.