Bozrah Homes for Sale
In New London County, in southeastern Connecticut, the town of Bozrah is a well-established community with a long history. It was originally part of Norwich’s nine square miles but in 1737 it became its own parish. Throughout its early history, its names included the Fourth Society of Norwich and New Concord, prior to becoming Bozrah at its incorporation in 1786. Its earliest inhabitants produced cheese, butter, flax, oats, and corn, then cotton manufacturing arrived. Today Bozrah continues to offer a rural atmosphere, and its location near the Yantic River has made it a popular destination for fly fishermen.
In addition to fly fishing at the Yantic River, other favorite fishing destinations include spots along Stockhouse Road, Fitchville Road, and Gager Road. Other pastimes in Bozrah include camping at Acorn Acres and Odetah Camping Resort, shopping at the Bozrah Farmers Market, hiking and horseback riding along the trails at Maples Farm Park, miniature golf at Knolls and Holes, and playing on the playground at Fields Memorial School and at Bozrah Rec Field.
Beyond all of these desirable features, Bozrah also offers a surprising variety of real estate options. Real estate in Bozrah includes an assortment of attached and detached residences of varying ages, sizes, and architectural designs. Whether you are seeking a low-maintenance Bozrah home or a property with lots of space and privacy, you’ll find excellent choices amidst Bozrah real estate. Please, as soon as it is convenient, connect with us and we will happily tell you all about the currently available properties in Bozrah, Connecticut.