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Salisbury, Connecticut: An Antidote for Cabin Fever

Nina DiSesa and her husband, Brian Goodall, used to own a 45-acre horse farm in Pawling, N.Y., but when they decided to give up riding, they chose a home on five acres near the center of Salisbury, in the northwest corner of Connecticut.

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How This Pastoral Connecticut Town Became an Unlikely Arts Haven

Sharon, Connecticut’s town green is one of those picture-perfect, Norman Rockwell-esque New England scenes. Blink and you’ll miss the diminutive “downtown.” But beyond the charming, small-town core are miles of open farmland, soft, rolling hills, and views that go on and on.

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Millerton, New York: Unspoiled Beauty With a New Youthful Energy

The Dutchess County village used to be a place where New Yorkers had second homes. Now many are living the country life there full-time. Continue reading on nytimes.com.

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Litchfield, Conn.: Old-Fashioned and Pastoral

Prices are up in this rural town, where “the Covid stampede has gobbled up a lot of inventory.” Being old-fashioned is a point of pride in pastoral Litchfield, where farms sell raw milk, residents traverse their properties on horses, and houses are older than America itself…

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Sharon, Connectictut A Calm, Quiet Town, 15 Minutes From the Train

In 2016, Tracey and Brian Abut bought their first home in Sharon, a bucolic town in northwest Litchfield County, Conn. A year later, they opened The Edward, a wine bar near the town green. This past February, they bought another house in town, which they are renovating.

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