Lebanon is a town in New London County, CT. The town lies just to the northwest of Norwich and has its origins in the expansion of Norwich residents to land beyond the "nine miles square" they had bought from the Mohegan sachem Uncas.
Economically, the town has large agricultural and service sectors, the largest employers being farms and the school system. The Lebanon Country Fair, seasonally the earliest fair held in Connecticut, is known for its agricultural shows.
The Lebanon School District is responsible for the town's three schools: Lebanon Elementary School, Lebanon Middle School and Lyman Memorial High School. The town's historic Common, or Green, is a mile in length and the largest in the nation. It is the site of many of Lebanon's most prominent past citizens' homes, including Gov. Trumbull and William Beaumont. A town museum was recently constructed as well.
Lebanon real estate primarily consists of single family residences and land.
Lebanon, Connecticut Real Estate
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