Wallingford

Let the Good Times Start Here!

Wallingford expanded split level with contemporary flair situated on corner lot. Family room has cathedral ceilings, first floor office and bedroom, remodeled kitchen, finished room in lower level included in square footage. Sliders to patio overlooking in-ground pool and fenced yard. This would be a great home for entertaining! Also includes a security system and …

Wallingford Enacts Hybrid/High Mileage Vehicle Exemption

In a much anticipated move sure to please hybrid car owners, Wallingford has recently approved a tax exemption in the amount of $5,000 for hybrid and high mileage passenger vehicles. The ordinance will be effective starting with the October 1st Grand List and will end on July 1, 2010. For the purposes of this exemption, …

Recycling for Wallingford Residents

Recycle. We’ve all got somebody in our home who is the Recycle Police. You know what I mean: “Don’t throw that in the trash! Rinse it out and recycle it!” “Is that clear glass or brown glass?” “Do you know how many trees it takes to print the newspaper?” They mean well, and we all …

Charming 4 BR Cape in Wallingford

This 10 year young home has space galore! The first floor offers large kitchen, living room and dining room, plus two adjoining rooms that could be a den & office or 4th bedroom, perfect for an in-law set up. Master bedroom, plus 2 additional bedrooms on 2nd floor. Convenient to town, shopping, dining and highways.

Wallingford Electric Customers Get Double Jolt

Wallingford residents are about to get a double jolt when two increases to their electric rates go into effect. The summer rate increase, made during May to October, will add $7.46 to your monthly bill. But, because of the rising costs of wholesale energy, the Public Utilities Commission has also approved an additional $11.41 increase …

Wallingford Landmark Goes Up In Flames

No more popovers. No more Sunday brunch. No more intimate dinners in the railroad car. The Yankee Silversmith Inn is no more. On June 17, 2007, an electrical fire started in the historic building’s attic. It was quickly extinguished, but the sprinkler system did more than just put out the fire. Pouring 25 gallons of …