About 281 Beaumont Hwy.
Renovated 2 BR 1 bath unit on gorgeously landscaped 8 acres- heat included! - Renovated two bedroom/ one bathroom apartment on gorgeously landscaped eight acre property; heat and cold water included in rent; eat in kitchen; gleaming hardwood floors throughout; remodeled bath with tile shower/tub surround; on site laundry; additional storage available; plenty of off street parking.
Village Hill Apartments in scenic Lebanon are 12 units set on a beautifully landscaped eight-acre lot. The charming units feature between 750 and 960 square-feet of living space, two bedrooms, one bath and basement storage. These pet-friendly apartments offer tiled bath tubs and ceramic tile floors in the bathrooms, colonial style moldings, cultured marble sinks and patios. Units have hardwood floors, large closets, linen closets, recessed lighting, ceiling fan lights in both bedrooms and living rooms and energy efficient appliances, including glass top stoves, dishwashers, refrigerators and microwaves. Renters are responsible for electrical, phone and cable services. Off-street and visitor parking and an on-site laundromat are available, as well as DirecTV satellite service. Owner provides heat, water/sewer, snow removal, lawn care and a 24-hour, seven- day-a-week emergency service and online portal access.
Lebanon is a farming town best known for its American Revolution history, where it was a major base for American operations. According to its town website, Lebanon has more than 100 active farms that produce dairy and maple products, eggs, cattle and vegetables. Its Farmers Market opens in June and runs through October at Lebanon’s Town Hall. The Farmers Market includes 20 local and regional vendors The town offers many outdoor activities, including sites open to the public for walking, hiking or camping. The community of nearly 7,000 residents is home to the historic Lebanon Green that sits amid a library, churches, the town hall and some of the most important buildings connected to the state‘s role in the Revolution. The Green is a mile in length and a major portion of it is still used for agriculture. During the winter months, a portion of the Green is flooded for ice skating. Lebanon is near Norwich, Willimantic and New London, which offer major shopping and restaurants. The town is 20 miles from Hartford, the state’s capital.
More than 1,200 students attend Lebanon’s three schools: Lebanon Elementary School, Lebanon Middle School and Lyman Memorial High School. The high school is a regional vocational agricultural science center – the Lebanon Regional Agricultural Science and Technology Center – one of 19 across Connecticut. The town hosts several family- oriented events throughout the year, including the Memorial Day parade and the Lebanon County Fair. The Summer Dancefest is held on the Green. There also is an annual tree lighting ceremony during the holiday season.