Coventry Homes for Sale
Comprising more than thirty-seven square miles and regarded as the gateway to the quiet corner of northeast Connecticut, the historic community of Coventry is dotted with old farmlands and wooded areas. Additionally, the town encompasses several cozy bed and breakfast inns, mouth-watering restaurants, a state boat launch and public beaches on Lake Wangumbaug, specialty shops, antique stores, herb farms, and twelve thousand, five hundred historic sites.
In addition to all of those noteworthy attributes, Coventry is Nathan Hale’s birthplace and home to a museum memorializing the family’s history and celebrating the patriotism Hale displayed during the American Revolution. Similarly, the Nathan Hale Ancient Fife and Drums is home in Coventry performs at an annual July Colonial Encampment and Muster, as well as other sites along the East Coast. The July event is one of many annual festivities hosted at the Hale Homestead, the others including corn maze adventures, lantern tours, walking tours, and the birthday party of Captain Hale.
Near the homestead is another point of historic interest, the Strong-Porter House circa the early eighteenth century. It now serves as a museum and encompasses several outbuildings, including a quintessential one-room schoolhouse. Likewise, in the Coventry Glass Factory National Register Historic District, you’ll find the new Museum of Connecticut Glass. Also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, South Coventry Village is home to many well-preserved homes in Queen Ann, Italianate, Greek Revival, and Colonial styles. And speaking of architectural styles, homes for sale in Coventry come in a variety. Coventry real estate also includes properties of varying ages and square footage, so families of all shapes and sizes can find a place perfectly suited to their needs and tastes. Please, as soon as it is convenient, connect with us and we will happily tell you all about the currently available real estate in Coventry, Connecticut.