Old Saybrook CT

Old Saybrook CT

Old Saybrook Real Estate And Community Information


Discover the charming community of Old Saybrook. Located where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound, this city has a rich history and a great seafaring tradition. It is the oldest city on the Connecticut shoreline. This history can be seen in the architecture and historic sites located throughout the town. With approximately 10,000 residents, Old Saybrook has a small town feel but all the amenities that make it a great place to call home. A thriving Main Street, great local schools, a beautiful natural landscape, and so much more make Old Saybrook the perfect Connecticut community to find your dream home.



Parks and Recreation in Old Saybrook


With its setting along the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound, Old Saybrook is the ideal home for those that love spending time on the water. Whether boating, kayaking, fishing, or swimming, there are great spots all around town to enjoy. Old Saybrook is home to two public beaches, Harvey's Beach and Town Beach (Great Hammock Road), for the community to enjoy. If you would rather stay dry, enjoy spectacular views of the water while enjoying some Mini-Golf at Saybrook Point (154 College Street).


In addition to all of the water activities, people that love spending outdoors will find plenty of great facilities in Old Saybrook. There is a great system of Town Trails for walking, biking, and running. The Parks and Recreation Department maintain the beautiful parks in town. Check out Clark Community Park/Town Park (Schoolhouse Road) for its baseball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, and fishing area. Kavanagh Park (Trask Road) has fantastic sport fields as well as a splash pad to stay cool during the summer. Learn more about the history of the city at Fort Saybrook Monument Park, a beautiful natural park along the coastline that features many monuments and historical markers.



School District in Old Saybrook, Connecticut


Old Saybrook Public Schools is a top rated school district in the state and serves the students of Old Saybrook. There are three schools in the district, covering all students from elementary through high school. The schools include Kathleen E. Goodwin Elementary School (80 Old Boston Post Road), grades Pre-K through 3, Old Saybrook Middle School (60 Sheffield Street), grades 4 through 8, and Old Saybrook High School (1111 Boston Post Road), grades 9 through 12. There is also one private school in town, Saint John School (42 Maynard School). This Catholic academic institution teaches students in Pre-K through 8th grade.


Health and Transportation in Old Saybrook, Connecticut


The people of Old Saybrook have access to several outpatient health care services facilities right in town. Old Saybrook Medical Center of Yale New Haven Health (633 Middlesex Turnpike), Middlesex Hospital Primary Care (154 Main Street), and Middlesex Hospital Urgent Care Old Saybrook (1687 Boston Post Road) are all located in Old Saybrook. There are also hospitals located in nearby communities, such as Shoreline Medical Center (250 Flat Rock Place) in Westbrook which are only a short drive away for residents.


With easy access to Interstate 95 and Route 9, the city of Old Saybrook provides easy commuting options for its residents. There is an Amtrak Station (455 Boston Post Road) for the convenience of the community. For those looking to travel beyond the state for business or pleasure, Tweed New Haven Regional Airport, which is located 29 miles away in New Haven.