7) Fenwick, Connecticut
Fenwick was created in 1899 and is the smallest municipality in Connecticut population-wise. It has 43 residents and it is a political subdivision of Old Saybrook. It was also home to Katharine Hepburn. Residents pay property taxes to both. It shares police, ambulance, fire and school services with Old Saybrook, as well. The median household income, in a borough with only 26 households, is $114,375. The median family income is over $250,000. Located on the Long Island Sound, where the Connecticut River flows into the larger body, it’s less than an hour from Hartford and about three hours from New York City. A causeway over South Cove connects it to downtown Old Saybrook. Fenwick has 195 acres of historic district that includes 60 buildings and the golf course.
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