Located withing 100 miles of New York City

Metro North Railroad from Grand Central Station to Wassaic is a two hour ride, then a 10 minute car or taxi to The Abel Wood's House

Scenic Litchfield County

The northwest corner of Connecticut, where the village of Sharon is located, is bordered by New York State and Massachusetts. An area of bucolic countryside, forested rolling hills and green pastures, rivers and creeks, unparalleled gardens and fall foliage, its natural beauty attracts all those who value a world of calm, beauty and tranquility. The local economy depends on tourism, recreation, and the arts. There are historic sites and state parks to visit, music and theater to enjoy and art and antiques to buy.

With its proud buildings, scenic and unspoiled Sharon attracts tourists and possesses the hearts of its residents. Nestled in the hills are vestiges of early New England America; fine examples of 18th and 19th century homes, churches, barns and iron industry artifacts giving Sharon it uniqueness and charm.