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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Bristol, CT

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Asylum Hill, Hartford6014.29,807
West End, Hartford5713.78,256
Upper Albany, Hartford5514.47,103
Frog Hollow, Hartford5513.98,995
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Parkville, Hartford55135,314
South West, Hartford5212.86,360
Behind The Rocks, Hartford52138,926
Blue Hills, Hartford5114.511,499

Best Cities Near Bristol, CT

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Cannondale, CT8840.892
Glastonbury Center, CT8017.67,523
Canton Valley, CT7910.61,500
West Hartford, CT7911.263,187
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Portland, CT7918.15,607
Plantsville, CT797.31,702
Guilford Center, CT7930.92,517
Weatogue, CT7912.83,179

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My Experience with Bristol, CT

Many people might not think to visit a city like Bristol, CT. It's a city that is quiet and doesn't have a reputation as a vacation getaway. It is however an excellent place to visit or live. I had a great time in the city and really enjoyed the easy going atmosphere there. If your a sports fan, you should know Bristol, CT is home to ESPN. I didn't have a chance to visit the studios, but if you're a sports fan with some time, you should check them out. They broadcast many of their shows from the studios there and you might have a chance to meet your favorite ESPN personality. I visited the Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum located in Bristol. Inside you will find many of the classic movie monsters. If you enjoy horror movies and a little scare now and then, this is the place for you. I especially like the Count Dracula and Wolf Man exhibits. The city of Bristol is primarily a residential city and would make a nice place for you to settle down and raise a family. The housing market is pretty steady there and the prices are reasonable. Bristol, CT is a great city that is really worth the time to visit, you might just end up deciding to stay there.
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Moving to Bristol Hello, Can anyone tell me honestly about the neighborhood area in the Stafford section of Bristol, around Washington Street, Fair Street area? Are there any gangs, shady people or a high crime rate in this area? I grew up in New Britain, towards the Berlin/Newington side of town. I moved away and moved back in the house I grew up in, but the neighborhood has taken a …
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