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Spending a Day at Rogers Lake in Old Lyme, Connecticut

September 22, 2021

Rogers Lake is one of the top recreational areas in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Learning as much as possible about this lake at the northern end of town makes it more likely you'll enjoy your time there. 

Old Lyme, Connecticut's Ferry Landing State Park

February 11, 2021

Old Lyme, Connecticut, enjoys multiple waterfronts, including spots along the Connecticut River. Ferry Landing State Park is one such location that residents love visiting all-year-round because of its boardwalk, beach, fishing, and birdwatching opportunities. 

Riverside Contemporary Home in Old Lyme Sells for $1.295 Million

December 7, 2020

photo of the dock at 11 Kinner Ave.

2,100+ square-foot residence sits on the Connecticut River with easy access to the Long Island Sound "For those who value peace and quiet above all, this home offers both privacy and serenity,” said listing agent Maureen O’Grady. “Visitors are truly awestruck by its premium location, plentiful water views and modern flare.”



A Look at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut

October 30, 2020

photo of Florence Griswold Museum

The Florence Griswold Museum is a piece of living history that not only provides a place to experience living history on the Connecticut Shoreline, but also hosts events and festivals for Old Lyme's residents.

The Past and Present of the Old Lyme Art Colony

July 13, 2020

Photo of art in a kitchen in Old Lyme CT

With a year-round population of just 7,600 people, Old Lyme, Connecticut, is a small coastal community that offers a quiet way of life. At the same time, the town attracts thousands of seasonal visitors and is known for its thriving art community.

Old Lyme's commitment to the arts goes back over 100 years when a group of artists took up residence at Florence Griswold's boarding house.

Coastal Connecticut's 2020 Property Tax Rates

March 17, 2020

Throughout Connecticut, properties are taxed using a mill rate. In this formula, one mill equals one dollar of taxes due per $1,000 of assessed property value. For example, if a town has a mill rate of $23.45, it means that the homeowner must pay $23.45 for every $1,000 of property value annually.

The assessed rate of a home in Connecticut is 70% of its appraised value. So if you own a home with an estimated worth of $500,000, you'll only have to pay property taxes on $350,000 of it.

A Guide to Living in the Old Lyme, CT Art Colony

January 13, 2020

photo of Old Lyme art colony

When you choose to buy a home in Old Lyme, Connecticut, you're putting yourself in the heart of a town with a rich artistic history that runs deep to this day. At the same time, the center is a bustling hub of outdoor activity in the summer, featuring magnificent beaches and plenty of hiking and boating opportunities.