A suburb of Waterbury, CT, Watertown was formed in 1780 and is situated 2.5 hours from New York City, Boston and Providence.

Watertown, part of the Connecticut's woodsy Litchfield County. Watertown is home to Black Rock State Park, The Taft School, Veteran's Memorial Park, The Watertown Golf Club and Crestbrook Public Golf Course.

Watertown is comprised of middle to upper-middle class residents and is run by a Town Manager form of government. The town is inhabited mostly by caucasians, approximately 95%, many of whom come from strong Italian, French and British backgrounds. Recognizable sections of Watertown include Oakville, Mount Fair Farm, Neil Drive, Litchfield Road and The Green.

Watertown's historic district boasts homes from the early 1700s in various period styles, topped off by a Town Tall built in 1790.
Watertown, CT is a great place to raise a family.
by WTN1780 March 13, 2011

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