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Stratford, Connecticut

Stratford, Connecticut Quick Facts: Land area is approximately 18 Square Miles and the elevation is 42 feet. Incorporated in 1639, Stratford currently has about 50,580 residents in 20,100 households, 78% of which are owner occupied.  Approximately 38.8% of the housing stock was built prior to 1950. The 2012-2013 Tax Rate is 34.48 mills. See the 2011-2012 property tax rate for Stratford here.

Check out our 12 page detailed demographic report HERE. 


On the Eastern border of Fairfield County, Stratford Connecticut is one of the most affordable towns along Fairfield County's sought after coastline.  Stratford's residents can enjoy beaches, a par 3 golf course, have access to the train, and a wide variety of shopping. The immediate area's only airport is here, and aptly nicknamed Sikorsky Airport. Stratford is the birthplace of the American helicopter industry, Sikorsky Aircraft remains the towns largest employer. No jumbo jets here, just small to mid size planes, and limited flights.

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Rich in history, the town of Stratford was founded in 1639 by 25 families who settled along the Housatonic River, Stratford once encompassed part of Shelton and Trumbull. 

The location of the town, between Long Island Sound and the Housatonic River provides easy access to fishing, marinas, and boating sports. The Lordship area is known for its beautiful waterfront properties, Short and Long Beach, the seawall and the Great Meadow Marsh.

One of the earliest Connecticut towns settled, Stratford is home to an active historical society, and one of the towns gems is Booth Memorial Park, an interesting array of unique buildings and architecture, and beautiful gardens. The North End Oronoque section of town is comprised of more upsacle residential homes, and the rest of the town is a bit more mainstream. parks are aplenty, the easy commute is evident by its excellent network of transportation connections including in-town train access, the Merritt Parkway and I-95, as well as Route 8, and all are located within the towns borders. Homes range form the modest to elegant, but it still remains, 'Everyman's Town'.


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