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Living a Small town Lifestyle in Berlin, Connecticut

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Where to Retire in Berlin and Home Prices

Berlin (pronounced with the accent on the 1st syllable, as in Ber' lin) has many different neighborhoods and developments, with at least one active adult community (see link at right). There are 2 hamlets: East Berlin and Kensington.  According to Zillow, the median home value $270,000 in early 2018.

What is special about Berlin

Berlin has a good location between New Haven and close to Hartford. There is a big commercial district along the Berlin Turnpike.

What is not special about Berlin

There is considerable traffic and it feels very commercial.  Connecticut is one of the worst states to retire from a financial and tax standpoint.

Climate and Physical Environment

The city is located just south of Hartford in the geographic center of Connecticut. The average January temp is in the mid 20's and the average July temp in the low 70's. There are many hills and ridges such as the Metacomet Ridge nearby.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

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Crime

Crime rate is quite low.

Medical facilities

Hartford and New Haven offer a variety of great hospitals.

Transportation

Route 9 is a good highway that goes through town, as does I 91.  There is an AMTRAK station, and Bradley Airport (Hartford/Springfield) is but a short drive.

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