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The residential town of Bethany, Connecticut, is sparsely populated and slightly remote, which helps it retain its delightful rural character. Known for its many sprawling horse farms and indoor riding areas, the countryside of Bethany also encompasses many reservoirs and agricultural farms. Specific points of interest in Bethany include Woodhaven Country Club, West Rock Ridge State Park, Clover Nook Farm, Whitlock Farm Book Barn, Veterans Memorial Park, and Bethany Driving Range.

Similarly, there are several noteworthy dining and shopping destinations in Bethany, such as Teddy B’s Restaurant, Billy’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream and Marketplace, and Country Corner Diner. Additionally, Bethany boasts a long history and rich heritage. Settled in 1717, today the community hosts many delightful events and celebrations that contribute to its small-town charm, including a Harvest Festival at the end of September, extending into October, a Car Show and Tractor Pull in June, a Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony in May, and a Lions Club Flea Market on Saturdays from May through October.

Homes for sale in Bethany are equally diverse and impressive. Bethany real estate includes homes of varying ages, square footage, floor plans, and architectural styles. More specifically, there are attached residences, such as apartments and condos, semi-detached homes like townhouses, and single-family detached houses, too. Please connect with us as soon as you can and we will happily provide you with more specific information about the currently available properties in Bethany, Connecticut.

Bethany Homes for Sale

Initially settled prior to 1715, the Town of Bethany, Connecticut was first a part of the Town of Windsor. Bethany is located twenty miles northeast of Hartford and is comprised of forty-one square miles rich with history like that found in the Bethany Green Historic District which in 1997 was added to National Register of Historic Places. In this delightful village, you’ll find many gorgeous old buildings, some of which have been restored and renovated to serve new purposes while retaining the area’s vintage charm. Additional points of historical interest include the Ratcliffe Hicks Memorial School which was constructed in 1908 and today is the Hicks Municipal Building. Similarly, the Bethany Arts Center is housed in the original 1879 Town Hall, which is located directly across from the Municipal Building. What was the Bethany County Bank in 1830 is now home to the Ansonia Board of Education, and The Courthouse recently became the home of the French Canadian Genealogy Library and a museum of the Bethany Historical Society. The Hicks-Stearns Homestead is another charming museum you’ll find in Ansonia .