Homes in Bridgewater, Connecticut
Start Building Your Dreams in Bridgewater
From humble origins as a sheep and tobacco farming community, Bridgewater, Connecticut has evolved into one of the Northeast’s most beautiful places to call home. Largely residential in nature, Bridgewater is conveniently located near a wide variety of historical districts, farmer’s markets, museums, golf courses, shopping and restaurants.
Bridgewater is known as a professional community attracting homeowners from all walks of life. Notable residents include television journalist Diane Sawyer as well as actress and humanitarian Mia Farrow.
Many owners of custom built homes in Bridgewater, Connecticut enjoy advancing their careers and personal lives by attending nearby Western Connecticut State University. In addition, Bridgewater plays host to the famous Burnham Library, founded by philanthropist and world traveler Captain William Dixon Burnham. Since 1926 when the library was dedicated, residents of Bridgewater have benefited from the wealth of information readily available within.
The Corbo Group has built a wide variety of beautiful, custom homes throughout the Bridgewater area, and would love to be our custom homebuilder. When you’re ready to learn more about building your amazing new custom home, please call Colin Corbo at 203.509.6873. As a seasoned custom homebuilder, Colin is able to answer all your questions, helping you design and build the new home you’ve always dreamed of.
- Access to Route 67 and Route 133
- The Burnham Library
- Last dry town in CT in 2014
- 17.3 sq miles
- Hugging the east bank of the Housatonic River
- Census of 1,824 people in 2000