Enfield, Connecticut possesses a rich history covering several centuries which is reflected in the town’s architecture. Scitico Village was settled in the early 1700’s as farming and forestry cross-roads. By the early 19th Century, small factories were built to take advantage of power that could be created using the adjacent Scantic River.
When railroad service arrived in the 1870’s, a thriving farming and industrial culture grew the community. These economic features of the Village continued until the 1950’s when suburban growth propelled Enfield into the new economic reality of the suburban Connecticut “bedroom community”. The largest subdivision, Green Manorville, became synonymous with Scitico. To accommodate the rapid population growth of Scitico, the Town of Enfield commissioned the construction of the Nathan Hale Elementary School, Green Manorville Pool and Park.
The Nathan Hale School is now available for the creative, innovative, investor.
The project will become the catalyst for the revitalization of this quintessential Mid-Century suburban neighborhood.
Created on November 22nd, 2017 (last updated 5 months ago)