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5 Things I Bet You Didn’t Know about Lordship, CT!

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Here are five cool facts about Lordship Connecticut, that you probably didn’t know before. Read on and enjoy!

ONE – Two movies were filmed in Lordship: “Butterfield Eight” with Elizabeth Taylor in 1960, and “Hell Island” between 1981 and 1983.

Lordship

TWO –  The gigantic German dirigible, The Hindenberg was seen by residents flying about 1,000 feet over Lordship on Thursday, May 7, 1937 at about 2:30pm during the flight that would be her last.

THREE – The Dixie Doodle Diner was one of the first of Lordship’s drive-in eateries in the 1940s.

Dixie Doodle Diner
Photo courtesy of Stratford Historical Society

FOUR – In the 1890s, the Lordship Casino was both the commercial and cultural center in addition to housing the first firehouse on its first floor and the first school on its second floor.

FIVE – I can help you find a lovely home in Lordship!  Send me a note below and tell me what you’re looking for or ask any real estate questions.  I’m here to help you make you make your move!

 

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Author: LindaRaymond

William Raveis Real Estate 2525 Post Road, Southport CT 06890 Licensed in CT Home is a most important place and a most significant asset. One's home is his castle. This is why I love to join my clients in the chapter of their lives when it’s time for their next one. It's a critical business transaction and a complex process, but most important, it's an emotional, exciting and monumental time! I am honored to share this time with my clients, buffer the anxiety, guide the course and share the joy! With top area market share, a global network in my pocket and the best cutting-edge resources available, I go above and beyond for my clients to get them where they want to go. Royal service when it's time for your next castle! This blog is updated periodically as indicated by post dates.

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