Brooklyn was once part of the lands claimed by the Mohegan chief, Uncas. The land was eventually sold to the first local settlers in 1703. The Town of Brooklyn was incorporated in 1786 and is part of Windham County. It is located in what has been named the “Quiet Corner” of Connecticut.
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Brooklyn has developed with a nice balance of residential and commercial use. The central and western parts have continued along a residential and rural path, whereas the eastern sector has developed along the commercial path.
Brooklyn real estate consists of single family residences, condominiums and multi-family homes.
Students in Brooklyn attend the Brooklyn Public School System for grades kindergarten through eighth grade. High school students choose between Killingly High School, Woodstock Academy and Ellis Technical School. For more information regarding Brooklyn schools, please click here.
Brooklyn, Connecticut Real Estate
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