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The Bunker Hill neighborhood of Waterbury, CT is located in the northwest corner of Waterbury CT. Anyone wishing to reach Watertown, CT can reach their destination by travelling along the Bunker Hill neighborhood’s two main arteries, Bunker Hill Avenue and Watertown Avenue. One also has easy access to Route 8 and Interstate 84 from the Bunker Hill-Waterbury CT neighborhood.
The Bunker Hill neighborhood in Waterbury, CT is a largely residential area. The majority of homes are single family houses, predominantly colonial, with a lesser assortment of ranches, split level ranches, raised ranches, and Cape Cod style homes. There are a number of multi-family homes near the southern portion of the Bunker Hill-Waterbury, CT neighborhood, as well as three condo developments close to the Oakville area of Watertown, CT. The majority of the homes in this area were built before 1950, although there are quite a few newer homes as you get closer to the Waterbury-Watertown/Oakville town line.
There are two elementary schools in the Bunker Hill-Waterbury, CT neighborhood. Bunker Hill Elementary School , located at 170 Bunker Hill Avenue, serves the southern half of the Bunker Hill neighborhood.
Carrington Elementary School , located at 24 Kenmore Avenue, serves the northern half of the Bunker Hill neighborhood.
Our Lady of Loreto Roman Catholic Church, located on the corner of Bunker Hill Avenue and Ardsley Road at 12 Ardsley Road.
The Bunker Hill Neighborhood Park, Schofield Park ,
and the neighborhood fire station are just minutes away from Bunker Hill Elementary School.
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Serving northern New Haven and southeastern Litchfield Counties (Waterbury, Wolcott, Prospect, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Watertown, Thomaston and Plymouth)
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