Easton, Connecticut is an oasis of rural charm in busy Fairfield County. Home to award winning schools, more than twenty working farms, and with over one third of its land forever preserved with pristine streams full of trout and four reservoirs lying all or partially within its boundaries, Easton is a proud guardian of the region’s drinking water supply.
Easton contains the historic district of Aspetuck, which occupies about 80 acres on the banks of the Aspetuck River and includes the oldest section of Easton. This bucolic part of town is significant because it embodies the distinctive architectural and cultural-landscape characteristics of a farming community from the late colonial and early national periods.
A fun fact - the 2009 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in New York City was a 76-foot Norway Spruce donated from a private residence in Easton.
The distance from New York City: Manhattan is just 60 miles away with easy access to Interstate 95 and the Merritt Parkway. Residents can also access Metro North train service from Fairfield.