Old Saybrook Kitchen Remodeling and More
A placid coastal town at the front of the Connecticut River, with a history of colony in 1635 Old Saybrook has a charm of its own. Like all towns in Middlesex County, this shoreline town offers museums, beaches, antiques shopping, great food and fishing charters.
Wonderfully scenic views of the Connecticut River at the waterfront parks combined with the steam trains and riverboat is to die for.
While Kitchen Infinity remodels your kitchen in Old Saybrook, check out these local places with your family or friends:
The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center – Set up in the Old Saybrook’s former town hall in 2009, this museum is a fitting tribute to the iconic actress and Old Saybrook native Katharine Hepburn. Katharine’s brother in law was a huge support in curating the museum and was built with full support from the Hepburn estate.
Endowed with her seldom seen photographs, her life and career together with movie posters and a self portrait she painted and her Emmy award. A big mix of plays, live music of all kinds, contemporary and classical dance and evening with important personalities are often hosted here
Harvey’s Beach – Harvey’s beach is 100 meters of white sand and is often hailed as the best town beach in all of Connecticut. There is a huge difference between the size of the beach on high and low tide. Thanks to the offshore sandbars you can walk a long way before the water is above waist line, when the water is out.
At low tide, many locals take their chairs out to the dry sandbars and have their meetings out here in the open. This includes mommies with their kitchen talk and community work and professionals with their teams to give them a change of pace.
Old Saybrook Antiques Center – Old Saybrook competes with Middletown when it comes to arts and artefacts. South on the Middlesex Turnpike, you hunt for vintage treasures on this multi dealer center overflowing with high quality pieces will be satisfied in this town. Founded in 1994 The Old Saybrook Antiques Center & its dealers specialize in pottery, porcelain, glassware and fine art silverware for your kitchen, estate jewellery and American and continental furniture for your house.
Well lit and neatly presented with valuable jewellery and ceramic on display in these dark and cluttered places gives you an old town fiction novel aura. This is one of the best places to shop if you are looking to move to this beautiful town.
Westbrook Outlets – At this village-like outlet mall five minutes to west in Westbrook, their big discounts on top brands are usual. Crew Factory, H&M, Eddie Bauer Outlet, Sunglass Hut etc are some of the available brands among the 50 there. If you visit on a rainy day a 12 screen multiplex is waiting for you in the Marquee Cinemas next-door to the mall. The Old Saybrook shopping center is also hard to miss, it’s less of a shopping destination and more of a place to grab essential elements for your rooms, kitchens and bathrooms or for personal use.
Essex Village – Talking about Old Saybrook who can forget the adorable mainstreet village Essex.
Main street leading to Georgian and Federal houses with picket fences and painted shutters and their dainty gardens welcome you. Surrounded by water from three sides, this place offers galleries, studios, boutiques and tea shops by the river museum at its eastern point.
You can take a step back, relax and enjoy your time in Old Saybrook and Kitchen Infinity will take care of your kitchen remodeling and renovation needs! Our professional and reputable team also provides kitchen remodeling services in Portland and nearby towns like Haddam, East Haddam, and Clinton. Call your local Kitchen Infinity location in Old Saybrook at (860) 560-1108