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  • Manchester is a township in Hartford County, CT. It is located just across the river from neighboring Hartford and has a population of 30,577. In 1672, it began as a farming community after being settled by colonists. Despite its relatively small size, it is home to four popular museums -- The Lutz Children's Museum, The Old Manchester Museum, The Fire Museum and Cheney Homestead Museum.

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Top 3 Reasons to Live in Manchester, CT

  • Live the outdoor life! Those who want to lead an active life will be happy with what there is to offer in Manchester. With over 250 acres of manicured gardens, picnic areas, woodlands, ponds and sports facilities, Wickham Park is the perfect spot in Manchester to relax during the spring and summer months. Visitors and residents alike enjoy a great view over the nearby Hartford skyline. For those with an active disposition, there are a range of activities that can be enjoyed, including hiking, running and mountain biking. The Manchester Road Race is the second most popular road race in New England. It's the perfect opportunity for residents to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy research while testing their endurance on an over 4.7 miles race each Thanksgiving.
  • It's a buyer's market! Median real estate prices have fallen over the past year by roughly 4.9%, which represents a decline of around $9,849. For prospective buyers committed to settling in Manchester for a sustained period, it is an ideal long-term investment opportunity. There are early signs that the market is beginning to recover in Manchester, as median sales prices of three-bedroom properties have increased by 2.5% in 2014. This is particularly true among the areas of Central Manchester close to Turnpike Road and in the neighborhood around Main Street, with its recent renaissance of local businesses.
  • Get more for less! Manchester offers excellent value for the money compared to the rest of Connecticut. The median house prices are 35.1% lower than the state average, but remain roughly in line with the national average. There are a wide variety of single unit, rent to own homes in the Manchester area. The area of north Manchester around the Tolland Turnpike is the most affordable, while the leafy suburb properties close to South Main Street and Spring Street command the highest prices in the city.