The Quiet Corner
Rural Northeast Connecticut is known as “The Quiet Corner.” Swordsmith Productions is headquartered in a nineteen-room, ca. 1732 house in rural Pomfret, Connecticut, straddling the Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island borders. While Washington didn’t sleep here, he did stop at the house to have lunch and water his horses during his presidential tour. Other features include nineteenth-century stained glass, a 20,000 book reference library, and an eighteenth-century graveyard across the street.