- Suburb in Connecticut
Rating 3.78 out of 5 18 reviews
This is a great community for families in general with a lot of opportunities for recreation and community involvement. With great schools, students are also provided with opportunities for growth. The scenery is beautiful and it's all too easy to fall into your own little world.
Easton is a very family-friendly town. Overall, I've had a very good experience with my neighbors, the public school system, and I've thoroughly enjoyed my experiences in this small town.
Easton is a very white neighborhood. The pricing of the houses is super high but most of the neighbors are friendly.
The area is very pretty, but lacks any sort of entertainment or business. There are many farms that host events, such as fruit picking, hay rides etc, but there are no grocery stores, or any type of shopping.
I would be wary of moving here because it is very cliquey and the people are not warm. I would think it would take years and years to make friends with anyone, forget about your kids. Once well adjusted sociable kids will find they cannot make friends in this cliquey small town. No grocery store...no conveniences. I don’t know why anybody would move here except for the education system. Your kids will be smart but maladjusted and you might find it isolating and boring.
Not a good areas for single people. This town is isolating and mostly for families as taxes pay for school system. When the power goes out, Easton is one of the last towns to be back up.
It's pretty good because there's a lot of nature and farms and stuff like that. I like it a lot. It's secluded, and each property has a lot of land and privacy.
Growing up here in a small quiet town was nice, with great people and a great school. There aren't really any stores or places for employment in this town, so prepare to do a lot of driving to get to work and do your shopping. There's also not much of anything to do for fun, but there's enough in surrounding towns, including some great restaurants.
We love the lifestyle, the close knit community, the nature. Cute town, helpful people and a stones throw from many amenities around neighboring communities and New York City metro area. Great schools and great community!
Easton has a strong sense of community. It is a wonderful place to raise a family and you always feel safe. We moved here 6 years ago when my children were middle-school aged. It was hard for them to leave the only town they had known and all of their friends, however Easton students were very welcoming. Ultimately, they attended Joel Barlow HS where they received a great education, made life-long friends and enjoyed a competitive sports program. Easton is a beautiful town~you fee a sense of peace & tranquility here, without feeling isolated. Easton is close-by to an abundance of amenities, and because of that you get the best of both worlds.
Easton has its downfalls, as does any suburban town. However, if you're involved in the community you simply can't go wrong. It's a wonderful places to live for any family with children as their are tons of summer camps, recreational sport teams, and even arts and craft nights offered at the town library. It's small, quaint, and you will always feel respected and protected by the police force. It's the kind of town where the residents go out of their way to ensure safety and acceptance.
I've been here for 37 years my neighborhood hasn't changed at all just love it hope it stays the way it is forever Norman Rockwell feeling here .
I really enjoyed living in Easton, despite a rude welcoming. After I had settled their life was very quiet yet not isolated. I recently got to go through Easton for the first time in a few years and fell in love all over again.
It's an expensive town with nothing to do