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Store Space is proud to serve Vernon, CT
As one of the more affordable cities in Connecticut, the town of Vernon makes a great place for anyone looking to relocate to the Constitution State.
Likewise, Store Space makes a great neighborhood option for Vernon residents in need of affordable storage. Families who rent or own their home, as well as small business owners, can all benefit from self-storage to supplement their living or working spaces.
Store Space Vernon
COMING SOON! Storage Units in Vernon at 129 Talcottville Rd – We are located in Vernon’s central shopping district on CT-83 (Talcottville Road), north of Interstate 84. Rent storage in Vernon online, in person or by phone at 860-256-4873.
Features and sizes at this location include:
- Climate-Controlled Storage Units
- Many Available Units in a Wide Range of Sizes
- ADA-Accessible Parking
- Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
- Fully Stocked Office with Packing and Moving Supplies
If you want to know more about what makes us love Vernon, keep reading!
What we like about Vernon
Vernon is about 15 minutes from Hartford, making it an ideal suburban community for anyone commuting to the capital.
We like Vernon because it’s one of the most affordable cities in Connecticut, which often appears on Top 10 lists of the most expensive states. The cost of living in Vernon is rated as 101, just one point higher than the national average, according to BestPlaces.net. Housing is one of the biggest savings, with median home costs about $100,000 lower than Connecticut’s average, and $80,000 lower than the U.S. average.
The area is home to many points of interest, including an arts center, a wildlife area, a Rails to Trails walking and cycling network, a working historical farm, plus the New England Civil War Museum. We also appreciate the historic Rockville district, with its stately 19th-century homes and buildings.