Hydro Systems Introduces The Niantic

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The Niantic, named after the picturesque town located in East Lyme, Connecticut, embodies classic New England style to a tee. Sophisticated, coastal-inspired charm comes through in the thoughtful architectural details, including the beveled outer rim and base. The urn-like silhouette gives it crossover appeal, serving as a focal point that feels both timeless and decidedly of-the-now. For those looking to bring the stately influence of the New England region into their home, the Niantic is the perfect design choice for your bathing sanctuary.


The Niantic is inspired by the sprawling Eolia Mansion, located in Waterford, Connecticut. Completed in 1906 and originally built to serve as the summer mansion of the Harkness family, the 42-room Renaissance revival-style home offers breathtaking panoramic views of Long Island Sound. Today, visitors can tour the meticulously restored interior of Eolia and enjoy the natural beauty of its surrounding 230 acres of lush grounds and gardens. With grandeur in abundance, it’s no surprise that the elegant seaside mansion is referred to as “Waterford’s Gem.”