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Storage Units in East Windsor, CT

For convenient, secure and affordable storage, East Windsor turns to Store Space. We make it easy to get the self-storage unit you need in East Windsor and the surrounding communities north of Hartford.

Rent online, in-store or via phone. Visit us in East Windsor for a premium self-storage experience.


Store Space Storage Facilities in East Windsor

Storage fills many needs. Homeowners, renters and even small businesses can benefit from additional space created by storage.

Store Space East Windsor at 10 Prospect Hill Terrace – We are located just off Prospect Hill Road (US-5), north of Bridge Street/N Road, and easily accessible from I-91. Come visit us in-store or make a Touchless Rental online or by phone at 860-385-8701 to rent storage in East Windsor, CT, 

Features and sizes at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Vehicle Parking (20 or 30 ft.)
  • Many Available Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
  • Self-Service Rental Kiosk
  • Fully Stocked Office with Packing and Moving Supplies

If you want to know more about the types of storage we offer and what makes us love East Windsor, keep reading!


Types of Storage Available in East Windsor

We offer a wide range of unit sizes and amenities in our secure facility to ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for. Our smallest units can be used for furnishings and boxes, and our largest units can fit the contents of a whole house. Our most popular sizes include:

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can fit sporting goods, holiday decorations, seasonal storage, small furniture, multiple boxes
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can hold contents of a one-bedroom apartment, furniture
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. ( 200 sq. ft.) ideal for household storage (furniture, appliances, big items), business inventory

Climate-controlled storage units

With hot summers and cold winters, East Windsor residents can benefit from climate-controlled storage. These units are kept between 55 and 80 degrees year-round, mitigating the effects of temperature extremes and humidity on sensitive items, such as furniture, electronics and so on.

Indoor storage units

Climate-controlled units are typically indoors, in an enclosed building, making a visit more pleasant, especially during weather events.

Vehicle Storage

Cars, trucks, boats and RVs are welcome at many Store Space facilities offering vehicle storage. Choose between secure, gated outdoor parking or drive-up units (where available). Drive-up units often have height or threshold restrictions, so call the store before renting if you’re unsure.

Car Storage

Cars and most trucks can typically be stored in a 20 ft. outdoor parking space. Commercial vehicles often require a 30 ft. space or larger (where available).

RV Storage

Class A, B and C recreational vehicles can be stored in outdoor parking. Some smaller trailers, such as pop-ups or teardrop campers, can be stored in drive-up units (where available).

Boat Storage

Boats can be stored outdoors in 20 ft. or 30 ft. spaces. Remember to include tongue length and bridge height when calculating how much space you’ll need. Some drive-up and indoor storage units can accept personal watercraft—be sure to check with the store manager before renting if you’re unsure.  

 

What we like about East Windsor

There’s plenty to like about living in East Windsor. The suburb of Hartford has a sparse, suburban feel, with most residents owning their homes. It’s considered one of the best suburbs in Connecticut for young professionals, based on a lower cost of living. Home value is slightly below the national average, but rent is above the median, according to Niche.com.

While the population dipped under 10,000 during the 2000 census, the town increased by 13.7% for the 2010 census, jumping 10 11,162. The number was largely unchanged for 2020, with 11,190 residents.

The town has five sections: Warehouse Point, Broad Brook, Scantic, Melrose, and Windsorville.

Past to Present

Created to serve boats transiting the river, Warehouse Point was founded as early as the 1630s. The east side of the Connecticut River was largely unsettled in the 17th Century because of the indigenous Podunk tribe in the area, but eventually, East Windsor was partitioned from Windsor in 1768.

In 1818, a local resident was making a well and discovered some interesting bones. The bones ended up at Yale University (at the Yale Peabody Museum) and were among the first bones to be labeled dinosaur fossils. This discovery helped set the stage for the “Bone Wars” of the late 19th Century that led to a massive increase in the field of paleontology and the knowledge of dinosaurs.

In addition to its importance as a port along the river, the area was home to many mills, some shipbuilding, and farming. 

Education

Situated between Springfield, Massachusetts, and Hartford, Connecticut, East Windsor residents have multiple choices when it comes to higher education. Some of the larger institutions include Springfield College, Elms College, American International College to the north; Trinity College, University of Hartford, and University of Saint Joseph are in Hartford just a short drive south. There are multiple community colleges in the area, including Capital Community College in Hartford. Asnuntuck Community College is in nearby Enfield and East Windsor is home to Lincoln Technical Institute.

The area is also home to several highly rated public schools including Academy of Aerospace & Engineering (high school in Coun, CT), and Hampden Charter School of Science West, and Springfield Preparatory Charter School (both middle schools in Springfield). Top private schools include The Loomis Chafee School (Windsor, CT), Suffield Academy (Suffield, CT) and Springfield Commonwealth Academy (Springfield). 

Things to Do  

With Springfield and Hartford just a few minutes down the road in either direction, there’s plenty to do around East Windsor. But for those looking to stay a little closer to home, consider the Broad Brook Opera House. Established in the Broad Brook neighborhood in 1892, the opera house is now home to live shows, including music, magic, comedy and more.

The Connecticut Trolley Museum is another local tradition, with 70 historic pieces dating back to 1869 from local Connecticut lines to as far away as Brazil. Take a trolley ride, be a guest motorman, and attend seasonal events throughout the year.  

The East Windsor Historical Society also has a museum, documenting the area’s rich history pre-dating the Revolutionary period. The Museums on the Green encompasses the East Windsor Academy Building, plus the Osborn House, Broad Brook Barber Shop, East Windsor Probate Court, Barber Hill School and seven barns.

For the outdoorsy types, head to Scantic River State Park, a 784-acre park with birding, fishing, hiking and hunting. 

Sports

Hartford is home to several professional sports teams and minor league affiliates. The Connecticut Sun represents the WNBA and plays in Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville. The Western CT Hawks play Division III in the Women’s Football Alliance in Danbury, and the Connecticut Hawks are a developmental team in the Women’s Football Alliance, playing in Windsor.

The Hartford Yard Goats are a minor league affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, based at Dunkin’ Donuts Park.

Hockey fans can root for the Bridgeport Islanders or Hartford Wolf Pack, both in the American Hockey League, or the Connecticut Whale, a women’s team competing in the Premier Hockey Federation. The Danbury Hat Tricks are a Single-A hockey team.

The Hartford Athletic is a men’s soccer team, playing in the USL Championship. 

Food 

Most of the area’s restaurants are along US-5 or in the Warehouse Point district, such as the Maine Fish Market Restaurant. Pizza restaurants are abundant throughout East Windsor; some of the top-rated pizzerias on Trip Advisor include Sofia’s Italian Restaurant, Henry's Pizzeria, Golden Irene's, Tomatoe's Pizza & Sports Bar, and Nonna's Pizza Restaurant.

Also on Trip Advisor, Jimmy Chen’s and Mei Tzu Sushi Bar & Kitchen have Asian cuisine covered, while Robert’s Real American and Nutmeg serve up tasty American cuisine. Stir the Pot and Sunny House are two breakfast spots worth checking out.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We know you have questions, so we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked ones below. You can always reach out to any of our locations or Care Center at 833-786-7366 if you have questions not answered here.

Q: How much is a storage unit in East Windsor, CT?

A: The cost of a storage unit will vary greatly, depending on size, location, features and amenities. Fortunately, Store Space shows its current rates and move-in promotions on our facility pages, so you know you’re getting a great rate.  

Q: What can fit in a 5x5 storage unit?

A: A 5 ft. by 5 ft. storage unit is about the size of a small closet (or 25 sq. ft.). You can fit more than you’d think in these units—they can be used for small furnishings, sports equipment, extra boxes or document storage. 

Q: How big is a 5x10 storage unit?

A: A 5 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is about the size of a walk-in closet (50 sq. ft.). You can use these units for furniture (a bed, dresser and TV should fit), several boxes, decorations or winter gear. 

Q: What can I fit in a 10x10 storage unit? 

A: A 10 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is about half the size of a one-car garage (100 sq. ft.). You’ll have plenty of room to store the contents of one to two bedrooms—including appliances, furniture and boxes. 

Q: Is it illegal to live in a storage unit in CT?

A: Yes, it is illegal! It’s also against local housing laws. (Also, storage units lack running water, plumbing, power, and you could be trapped inside.) 

 

What’s Next?

At Store Space, we offer secure, affordable, convenient storage throughout the Northeast, with locations in Hartford, Connecticut, plus Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We know that finding good value is important, but so is keeping your possessions safe.

Security is a big deal, that’s why we offer first-class features to give you peace of mind. Our facilities are always well-lit and have 24-hour video camera coverage. Plus, you can only access our facilities with secure access codes.

It’s never been easier to rent a storage unit with Store Space. Just call, click or visit one of our premium facilities. We never charge a security deposit, and our month-to-month leases make it not only easy, but convenient!

On top of that, our offices are always fully stocked with any packing or moving supplies you may need including: boxes, tape, packing peanuts (not for snacking), mattress covers, china protectors and more.

Find your nearest facility with our storage finder. We care about East Windsor!


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