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88 Apartments for rent in Groton, CT

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The Ledges
11 Ledgewood Rd
Groton, CT | Long Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,740
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,760
999 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,435
1800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
With wall-to-wall carpeting, waterscape views and a private balcony. Homes offer modern appliances and spacious layouts. Pet-friendly. On-site business center, pool with a clubhouse and two fitness centers.
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1 Unit Available
Country Glen
600 Meridian Street Ext
Groton, CT | Long Hill
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1054 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Close to Washington Park. Furnished and fully-equipped apartments in a community with multiple recreational amenities. Conveniences include high-speed internet and ample off-street parking. Short-term leases available.
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7 Units Available
Groton Towers
39 Broad Street Ext
Groton, CT | Groton
Studio
$1,071
525 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,286
814 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,381
985 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 03:17 PM
Spacious apartments with carpeted floors, balconies, and large closets. Pool, 24-hour gym, business center, and laundry facilities at complex. Convenient access to shopping at Crystal Mall and entertainment at Mohegan Suns Casino.
1 Unit Available
46 Hynes Avenue
46 Hynes Avenue
Groton, CT | Groton
1 Bedroom
$1,750
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Beautifully refreshed, fully furnished one-bedroom in the heart of Groton! Tastefully decorated and maintained, this unit is available with flexible rental terms: one month or up to a year.
1 Unit Available
320 Shennecossett Road
320 Shennecossett Road
Groton, CT | Groton
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
776 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Bright updated 2 bedroom apartment in Groton Estates heat and hot water included. Well run complex Leasing office on site Prices starting at $1040-$1175 depending on upgrades.
1 Unit Available
99 Fairview Avenue
99 Fairview Avenue
Groton, CT | West Pleasant Valley
1 Bedroom
$975
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Water Views of the Thames River ! Quaint 1 bedroom, 1 bath, in clean, move in condition on the second floor in a two family dwelling.
1 Unit Available
45 Morse Ave
45 Morse Avenue
Groton, CT | Groton
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1250 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Duplex in Groton - 3 bedroom Duplex with living room, dining room, kitchen and bath...hardwood floors, off street parking, oil heat. Close to Electric Boat, Pfizer's, all major highways and Groton attractions. $1395.00/month (RLNE4757776)
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1 Unit Available
383 Bank Street
383 Bank St
New London, CT | Downtown New London
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
950 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
A real treat! Spacious and open flow apartment featuring 2 bedrooms with high ceilings and skylight for great natural light.
1 Unit Available
97 Green Street
97 Green Street
New London, CT | Downtown New London
1 Bedroom
$725
700 sqft
6 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Adorable 2nd floor unit for rent in the heart of downtown New London. This updated 1 bedroom apartment is a great spot to be with a large parking lot for your convenience. Credit and background check required. No Pets, no smoking.
1 Unit Available
184 Pequot Ave Unit 407
184 Pequot Avenue
New London, CT | South New London
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
745 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
New London Condo - Great 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo, fully applianced kitchen, convenient to everything New London offers. Available Dec 1; application, credit and background check required. Security deposit minimum 1.5x monthly rent. $1,450.
1 Unit Available
26 Courtland Drive
26 Courtland Drive
Long Hill, CT | Long Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1515 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom townhouse located in Tall Woods Condominiums. Ready to move in.
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Gull Harbor
83 Mansfield Rd
New London, CT | South New London
1 Bedroom
$1,069
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Enjoy a modern community with upgraded appliances and a patio or a balcony in each unit. On-site grill area and ample parking. Pet-friendly for dogs and cats. Within a short drive of parks.
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8 Units Available
Eagle Pointe
8 Michael Rd
New London, CT | New London Civic Center
1 Bedroom
$1,060
694 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,130
786 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,360
1012 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Welcome to Eagle Pointe, a residential community featuring One, Two and Three bedroom apartments in New London, CT.
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1 Unit Available
New London Communities II
71 Redden Ave
New London, CT | Jefferson
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated May 20 at 03:15 PM
Spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments located in a convenient location to highways, shopping and restaurants in a pedestrian friendly neighborhood. The property is professionally maintained by Carabetta Management's maintenance team.
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1 Unit Available
Homes at Pride Point
71 Redden Ave
New London, CT | New London Civic Center
2 Bedrooms
$925
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated April 1 at 05:54 PM
Spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments located in a convenient location and pedestrian friendly neighborhood.
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16 Units Available
Nutmeg Woods
84 Hawthorne Drive North
New London, CT | Northwest
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$977
540 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,067
782 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 03:17 PM
Studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer private patios or balconies and fully equipped kitchens. Putting green, community garden, pool, gazebo, playground and gym. Clubhouse with Wi-Fi. Near I-95, Connecticut College, U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
1 Unit Available
70 Farmington Avenue
70 Farmington Avenue
New London, CT | South New London
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,150
950 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Spacious 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom unit in great condition. This is an end unit on the top floor. The heat and hot water is included in the rent. Laundry available in basement. Complex has an elevator and plenty of parking.
1 Unit Available
81 Squire Street
81 Squire Street
New London, CT | Willets
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1214 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Marvelously maintained 3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom multi-family apartment.
1 Unit Available
15 Scotch Cap Road
15 Scotch Cap Road
New London County, CT
1 Bedroom
$1,350
950 sqft
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Located on smiths cove on the River Thames with beautiful views and serene setting. All utilities included, furnished or unfurnished. Just lovely
1 Unit Available
95 Murphys Drive
95 Murphys Drive
Conning Towers Nautilus Park, CT | Center Groton
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1786 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Beautiful duplex, in a convenient location! This duplex offers 3 bed, 2.5 baths. The main floor has an open floor plan with large kitchen, dining room and family room. Minutes to the casinos, Subase, EB, Pfizer and Coast Guard Academy.
1 Unit Available
1 Pacific Street
1 Pacific Street
Groton Long Point, CT | Groton Long Point
4 Bedrooms
$6,500
2096 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Perfect location with gorgeous views and just steps away from GLP’s South Beach, Inner Lagoon, Tennis Courts, playground and all other GLP amenities! This beautifully appointed 4-bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
105 Sound Breeze Avenue
105 Sound Breeze Avenue
Groton Long Point, CT | Groton Long Point
3 Bedrooms
$6,500
1554 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Perfect location! Only one house away from GLP’s South Beach with captivating views of the Inner Lagoon and near all the GLP amenities! This beautifully appointed 3-bedroom, 2-bath rental with open floor plan is perfect year round for short term
1 Unit Available
9 Pinelock Drive
9 Pinelock Drive
New London County, CT
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1190 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Well kept raised ranch in a convenient location! This single family home offers 3 bed and 2 full baths. The main floor has an open floor plan with kitchen, dining and family room. With lower level offering family room, bedroom and access to garage.
1 Unit Available
10 Weston Road
10 Weston Road
Groton Long Point, CT | Groton Long Point
6 Bedrooms
$10,000
2588 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Panoramic views, privacy, dock, and direct oceanfront access at one of the best locations in Groton Long Point.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Groton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include United States Coast Guard Academy, Wesleyan University, Connecticut College, Goodwin College, and Manchester Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Groton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include United States Coast Guard Academy, Wesleyan University, Connecticut College, Goodwin College, and Manchester Community College.

City Guide

Groton
Home to the U.S.'s Naval Submarine Base, Groton has the distinction of being the location where the first ever nuclear powered submarine was built. In 1954, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower broke a celebratory bottle of champagne across the sub's bow as it headed towards the Thames River.
Home to the U.S.'s Naval Submarine Base, Groton has the distinction of being the location where the first ever nuclear powered submarine was built. In 1954, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower broke a celebratory bottle of champagne across the sub's bow as it headed towards the Thames River.

What a whale of a tale. Groton is ideally situated midway between the major New England city hubs of Boston and New York. Tucked between the Mystic and Thames Rivers, Groton is home to a variety of industries and educational organizations, including medical supply manufacturing, a U.S. Naval Submarine Base, Electric Boat, the Global Research and Development campus of Pfizer, Inc., the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and The University of Connecticut Marine Sciences Center at Avery Point. When lamps were lit by whale oil and the whaling industry was in its heyday, Groton was an international whaling center. Since the whaling industry is frowned upon, it is now extinct in Groton. In its place are the shopping and tourism industries. If whales are your thing, there are still plenty of stuffed ones to choose from.

Moving to Groton

If you are looking for places to rent in Groton, you will have no trouble finding something to suit your picky tastes. The Groton area was one of the earliest settlements in our country and the tradition of settling in Groton is alive and well.

Finding a Rental

The occupancy rate in Groton is the ideal place for your search for apartments. What that means is there is a lot available places for renters to choose from. Before beginning your hunt for the perfect rental apartment in Groton, you will want to do your homework. In this case, saying the dog ate your homework won't fly. You will need to figure out exactly what you want in apartment to rent before setting out on your hunt so you don't get overwhelmed with the various choices out there. Are you looking for a studio to rent on the water or a two-bedroom apartment in the hub of the city center? Making a list and defining your rental priorities will ensure that your search for a rental goes quicker. Failing to do so might result in a prolonged search, leaving you camping out on your friend's couch with their 100 pound dog for longer than you both like. He claims you snore.

Moving to Groton
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If you are looking for places to rent in Groton, you will have no trouble finding something to suit your picky tastes. The Groton area was one of the earliest settlements in our country and the tradition of settling in Groton is alive and well.

Finding a Rental

The occupancy rate in Groton is the ideal place for your search for apartments. What that means is there is a lot available places for renters to choose from. Before beginning your hunt for the perfect rental apartment in Groton, you will want to do your homework. In this case, saying the dog ate your homework won't fly. You will need to figure out exactly what you want in apartment to rent before setting out on your hunt so you don't get overwhelmed with the various choices out there. Are you looking for a studio to rent on the water or a two-bedroom apartment in the hub of the city center? Making a list and defining your rental priorities will ensure that your search for a rental goes quicker. Failing to do so might result in a prolonged search, leaving you camping out on your friend's couch with their 100 pound dog for longer than you both like. He claims you snore.

Neighborhoods in Groton

Groton offers a host of neighborhoods to choose from when looking for places to rent. You can step back in history and live in a historic village or set up camp in a modern-day apartment or townhouse for rent. The choice is yours. Here are a few options to choose from.

Groton Long Point: Meandering along the Long Island Sound, rentals in this suburban neighborhood are mostly in single-family homes and small apartment buildings. Here, the rental availability is extremely tight so expect to take a little longer to find something in this summer destination neighborhood. There is a yacht club here and a neighborhood association.

West Mystic: Located to the west of the Mystic River, this suburban coastal neighborhood is a tourist attraction. You will definitely find rentals here in this historic part of town, but be prepared for summer traffic winding its way through the area.

Old Mystic: Old Mystic, as you can guess by the name, is an old neighborhood. Despite that, it is also a hub for the tourism industry and offers some modern amenities like restaurants and an aquarium. Here, you will find a handful of apartment complexes offering one and two bedroom apartments for rent alongside houses for rent.

Shennecossett Rd/Branford Avenue: This neighborhood runs along the water and offers studio apartments for rent, as well as up to three bedroom houses. Here, you will be outside of the touristy area and tucked away in a more suburban neighborhood.

UConn Avery Point: This neighborhood is like living in a small college town. The Avery Point branch of the University of Connecticut is located here along with the Shennecosset Golf Course. This neighborhood is on the waterside, and rentals here will ebb and flow with the seasons of student rentals.

Groton Town Center: This neighborhood runs along the Thames River and is home to Washington Park. Here, renters will find a variety of rental options to choose from. You will also be in easy access to shopping, restaurants and other entertainment.

Poquonock Bridge: This is a coastal, suburban neighborhood and the home to Haley Farm State Park. This neighborhood is made up of mostly older, established residents.

Military Highway/Lestertown Road: This neighborhood offers easy access to the Groton Square Shopping Center and definitely has the urban sprawl feel. This neighborhood offers convenient access to the highways and shopping and is made up of mostly townhouses and apartment complexes.

Neighborhoods in Groton
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Groton offers a host of neighborhoods to choose from when looking for places to rent. You can step back in history and live in a historic village or set up camp in a modern-day apartment or townhouse for rent. The choice is yours. Here are a few options to choose from.

Groton Long Point: Meandering along the Long Island Sound, rentals in this suburban neighborhood are mostly in single-family homes and small apartment buildings. Here, the rental availability is extremely tight so expect to take a little longer to find something in this summer destination neighborhood. There is a yacht club here and a neighborhood association.

West Mystic: Located to the west of the Mystic River, this suburban coastal neighborhood is a tourist attraction. You will definitely find rentals here in this historic part of town, but be prepared for summer traffic winding its way through the area.

Old Mystic: Old Mystic, as you can guess by the name, is an old neighborhood. Despite that, it is also a hub for the tourism industry and offers some modern amenities like restaurants and an aquarium. Here, you will find a handful of apartment complexes offering one and two bedroom apartments for rent alongside houses for rent.

Shennecossett Rd/Branford Avenue: This neighborhood runs along the water and offers studio apartments for rent, as well as up to three bedroom houses. Here, you will be outside of the touristy area and tucked away in a more suburban neighborhood.

UConn Avery Point: This neighborhood is like living in a small college town. The Avery Point branch of the University of Connecticut is located here along with the Shennecosset Golf Course. This neighborhood is on the waterside, and rentals here will ebb and flow with the seasons of student rentals.

Groton Town Center: This neighborhood runs along the Thames River and is home to Washington Park. Here, renters will find a variety of rental options to choose from. You will also be in easy access to shopping, restaurants and other entertainment.

Poquonock Bridge: This is a coastal, suburban neighborhood and the home to Haley Farm State Park. This neighborhood is made up of mostly older, established residents.

Military Highway/Lestertown Road: This neighborhood offers easy access to the Groton Square Shopping Center and definitely has the urban sprawl feel. This neighborhood offers convenient access to the highways and shopping and is made up of mostly townhouses and apartment complexes.

Living in Groton

Centrally located in New England in southeastern Connecticut, Groton offers a host of conveniences, making it extremely livable. There are beaches, shopping, biking trails, renowned restaurants and even a dedication to cultivating strong relationships with man's best friend with a Central Bark Dog Park.

Park it in Groton

Within Groton are three Connecticut State Parks offering lots of recreational and historical intrigue.

Bluff Point: This park features hiking and biking trails along Long Island Sound. Make sure to bring a camera--there are lots of wildlife photographing opportunities.

Haley's Farm: This old, scenic shoreline farm is now a preserved open space. It's another great spot for biking and walking.

Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park: This park has a dark history. On this spot in 1781, Benedict Arnold (yes, that one) commanded his troops to capture the fort. They massacred more than half of the defenders. Rumor has it you can still hear the battle cries.

Dining in Groton

Something else Groton is known for besides loads of rental options and great parks is its restaurant scene. Here, you can find fresh seafood, salads, gourmet dinners and farm-to-table hot spots. So, grab your lobster bib and get packing.

Living in Groton
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Centrally located in New England in southeastern Connecticut, Groton offers a host of conveniences, making it extremely livable. There are beaches, shopping, biking trails, renowned restaurants and even a dedication to cultivating strong relationships with man's best friend with a Central Bark Dog Park.

Park it in Groton

Within Groton are three Connecticut State Parks offering lots of recreational and historical intrigue.

Bluff Point: This park features hiking and biking trails along Long Island Sound. Make sure to bring a camera--there are lots of wildlife photographing opportunities.

Haley's Farm: This old, scenic shoreline farm is now a preserved open space. It's another great spot for biking and walking.

Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park: This park has a dark history. On this spot in 1781, Benedict Arnold (yes, that one) commanded his troops to capture the fort. They massacred more than half of the defenders. Rumor has it you can still hear the battle cries.

Dining in Groton

Something else Groton is known for besides loads of rental options and great parks is its restaurant scene. Here, you can find fresh seafood, salads, gourmet dinners and farm-to-table hot spots. So, grab your lobster bib and get packing.

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City Guide

Groton
Home to the U.S.'s Naval Submarine Base, Groton has the distinction of being the location where the first ever nuclear powered submarine was built. In 1954, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower broke a celebratory bottle of champagne across the sub's bow as it headed towards the Thames River.
Home to the U.S.'s Naval Submarine Base, Groton has the distinction of being the location where the first ever nuclear powered submarine was built. In 1954, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower broke a celebratory bottle of champagne across the sub's bow as it headed towards the Thames River.

What a whale of a tale. Groton is ideally situated midway between the major New England city hubs of Boston and New York. Tucked between the Mystic and Thames Rivers, Groton is home to a variety of industries and educational organizations, including medical supply manufacturing, a U.S. Naval Submarine Base, Electric Boat, the Global Research and Development campus of Pfizer, Inc., the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and The University of Connecticut Marine Sciences Center at Avery Point. When lamps were lit by whale oil and the whaling industry was in its heyday, Groton was an international whaling center. Since the whaling industry is frowned upon, it is now extinct in Groton. In its place are the shopping and tourism industries. If whales are your thing, there are still plenty of stuffed ones to choose from.

Moving to Groton

If you are looking for places to rent in Groton, you will have no trouble finding something to suit your picky tastes. The Groton area was one of the earliest settlements in our country and the tradition of settling in Groton is alive and well.

Finding a Rental

The occupancy rate in Groton is the ideal place for your search for apartments. What that means is there is a lot available places for renters to choose from. Before beginning your hunt for the perfect rental apartment in Groton, you will want to do your homework. In this case, saying the dog ate your homework won't fly. You will need to figure out exactly what you want in apartment to rent before setting out on your hunt so you don't get overwhelmed with the various choices out there. Are you looking for a studio to rent on the water or a two-bedroom apartment in the hub of the city center? Making a list and defining your rental priorities will ensure that your search for a rental goes quicker. Failing to do so might result in a prolonged search, leaving you camping out on your friend's couch with their 100 pound dog for longer than you both like. He claims you snore.

Moving to Groton
+

If you are looking for places to rent in Groton, you will have no trouble finding something to suit your picky tastes. The Groton area was one of the earliest settlements in our country and the tradition of settling in Groton is alive and well.

Finding a Rental

The occupancy rate in Groton is the ideal place for your search for apartments. What that means is there is a lot available places for renters to choose from. Before beginning your hunt for the perfect rental apartment in Groton, you will want to do your homework. In this case, saying the dog ate your homework won't fly. You will need to figure out exactly what you want in apartment to rent before setting out on your hunt so you don't get overwhelmed with the various choices out there. Are you looking for a studio to rent on the water or a two-bedroom apartment in the hub of the city center? Making a list and defining your rental priorities will ensure that your search for a rental goes quicker. Failing to do so might result in a prolonged search, leaving you camping out on your friend's couch with their 100 pound dog for longer than you both like. He claims you snore.

Neighborhoods in Groton

Groton offers a host of neighborhoods to choose from when looking for places to rent. You can step back in history and live in a historic village or set up camp in a modern-day apartment or townhouse for rent. The choice is yours. Here are a few options to choose from.

Groton Long Point: Meandering along the Long Island Sound, rentals in this suburban neighborhood are mostly in single-family homes and small apartment buildings. Here, the rental availability is extremely tight so expect to take a little longer to find something in this summer destination neighborhood. There is a yacht club here and a neighborhood association.

West Mystic: Located to the west of the Mystic River, this suburban coastal neighborhood is a tourist attraction. You will definitely find rentals here in this historic part of town, but be prepared for summer traffic winding its way through the area.

Old Mystic: Old Mystic, as you can guess by the name, is an old neighborhood. Despite that, it is also a hub for the tourism industry and offers some modern amenities like restaurants and an aquarium. Here, you will find a handful of apartment complexes offering one and two bedroom apartments for rent alongside houses for rent.

Shennecossett Rd/Branford Avenue: This neighborhood runs along the water and offers studio apartments for rent, as well as up to three bedroom houses. Here, you will be outside of the touristy area and tucked away in a more suburban neighborhood.

UConn Avery Point: This neighborhood is like living in a small college town. The Avery Point branch of the University of Connecticut is located here along with the Shennecosset Golf Course. This neighborhood is on the waterside, and rentals here will ebb and flow with the seasons of student rentals.

Groton Town Center: This neighborhood runs along the Thames River and is home to Washington Park. Here, renters will find a variety of rental options to choose from. You will also be in easy access to shopping, restaurants and other entertainment.

Poquonock Bridge: This is a coastal, suburban neighborhood and the home to Haley Farm State Park. This neighborhood is made up of mostly older, established residents.

Military Highway/Lestertown Road: This neighborhood offers easy access to the Groton Square Shopping Center and definitely has the urban sprawl feel. This neighborhood offers convenient access to the highways and shopping and is made up of mostly townhouses and apartment complexes.

Neighborhoods in Groton
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Groton offers a host of neighborhoods to choose from when looking for places to rent. You can step back in history and live in a historic village or set up camp in a modern-day apartment or townhouse for rent. The choice is yours. Here are a few options to choose from.

Groton Long Point: Meandering along the Long Island Sound, rentals in this suburban neighborhood are mostly in single-family homes and small apartment buildings. Here, the rental availability is extremely tight so expect to take a little longer to find something in this summer destination neighborhood. There is a yacht club here and a neighborhood association.

West Mystic: Located to the west of the Mystic River, this suburban coastal neighborhood is a tourist attraction. You will definitely find rentals here in this historic part of town, but be prepared for summer traffic winding its way through the area.

Old Mystic: Old Mystic, as you can guess by the name, is an old neighborhood. Despite that, it is also a hub for the tourism industry and offers some modern amenities like restaurants and an aquarium. Here, you will find a handful of apartment complexes offering one and two bedroom apartments for rent alongside houses for rent.

Shennecossett Rd/Branford Avenue: This neighborhood runs along the water and offers studio apartments for rent, as well as up to three bedroom houses. Here, you will be outside of the touristy area and tucked away in a more suburban neighborhood.

UConn Avery Point: This neighborhood is like living in a small college town. The Avery Point branch of the University of Connecticut is located here along with the Shennecosset Golf Course. This neighborhood is on the waterside, and rentals here will ebb and flow with the seasons of student rentals.

Groton Town Center: This neighborhood runs along the Thames River and is home to Washington Park. Here, renters will find a variety of rental options to choose from. You will also be in easy access to shopping, restaurants and other entertainment.

Poquonock Bridge: This is a coastal, suburban neighborhood and the home to Haley Farm State Park. This neighborhood is made up of mostly older, established residents.

Military Highway/Lestertown Road: This neighborhood offers easy access to the Groton Square Shopping Center and definitely has the urban sprawl feel. This neighborhood offers convenient access to the highways and shopping and is made up of mostly townhouses and apartment complexes.

Living in Groton

Centrally located in New England in southeastern Connecticut, Groton offers a host of conveniences, making it extremely livable. There are beaches, shopping, biking trails, renowned restaurants and even a dedication to cultivating strong relationships with man's best friend with a Central Bark Dog Park.

Park it in Groton

Within Groton are three Connecticut State Parks offering lots of recreational and historical intrigue.

Bluff Point: This park features hiking and biking trails along Long Island Sound. Make sure to bring a camera--there are lots of wildlife photographing opportunities.

Haley's Farm: This old, scenic shoreline farm is now a preserved open space. It's another great spot for biking and walking.

Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park: This park has a dark history. On this spot in 1781, Benedict Arnold (yes, that one) commanded his troops to capture the fort. They massacred more than half of the defenders. Rumor has it you can still hear the battle cries.

Dining in Groton

Something else Groton is known for besides loads of rental options and great parks is its restaurant scene. Here, you can find fresh seafood, salads, gourmet dinners and farm-to-table hot spots. So, grab your lobster bib and get packing.

Living in Groton
+

Centrally located in New England in southeastern Connecticut, Groton offers a host of conveniences, making it extremely livable. There are beaches, shopping, biking trails, renowned restaurants and even a dedication to cultivating strong relationships with man's best friend with a Central Bark Dog Park.

Park it in Groton

Within Groton are three Connecticut State Parks offering lots of recreational and historical intrigue.

Bluff Point: This park features hiking and biking trails along Long Island Sound. Make sure to bring a camera--there are lots of wildlife photographing opportunities.

Haley's Farm: This old, scenic shoreline farm is now a preserved open space. It's another great spot for biking and walking.

Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park: This park has a dark history. On this spot in 1781, Benedict Arnold (yes, that one) commanded his troops to capture the fort. They massacred more than half of the defenders. Rumor has it you can still hear the battle cries.

Dining in Groton

Something else Groton is known for besides loads of rental options and great parks is its restaurant scene. Here, you can find fresh seafood, salads, gourmet dinners and farm-to-table hot spots. So, grab your lobster bib and get packing.