Homes in Litchfield, Connecticut
Start Building Your Dreams in Litchfield
Nationally acknowledged as one of the most beautiful residential communities in the country, Litchfield consists of some of the most historic areas in all of Connecticut including Bantam, East Litchfield and Milton. Incorporated in 1719, this amazing region is home to several properties placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Just a few of these historic homes and structures include Captain William Bull Tavern, Rye House and the Oliver Wolcott House. In fact, one of the nation’s most important books, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, was written and published right here in Litchfield way back in 1852.
Homeowners who choose to build their new custom home in Litchfield will always have interesting things to do, including some of Connecticut’s best vineyards, state parks, museums and shopping centers.
If you’re considering building your new custom home in Litchfield, call Colin Corbo at The Corbo group today. He is able to show provide you all the details of just how easy it is to become the owner of a beautiful new custom home. Call 203.509.6873 and schedule your no obligation consultation.
- Access to Route 202 and Route 63
- 1812 Litchfield County Jail
- Many registered historical places
- 56.8 sq miles
- 40 miles from Long Island Sound
- Census of 8,316 people in 2000