Morris

Morris

Litchfield County, Connecticut

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The Litchfield County town of Morris, originally known as South Farms, was settled in the 1720s as part of Litchfield. The boundaries of South Farms were defined in 1767 when the Ecclesiastical Society was incorporated with 70 families. Although chiefly agricultural, South Farms built saw mills and grist mills on its rivers, had several small businesses, and developed a summer resort business on Bantam Lake. The town was named in honor of James Morris, a Yale graduate, Revolutionary War captain, selectman and member of the General Assembly. Today, Morris is a rural town with a population of about 2,300 people. It is home to the elegant Winvian resort, situated on 113 wooded acres and featuring one-of-a-kind, themed cottages, including a towering treehouse cottage and another that boasts a fully restored Sikorsky helicopter. White Flower Farm also has its retail store/nursery here, which draws gardening enthusiasts from around the region.

The Litchfield County town of Morris, originally known as South Farms, was settled in the 1720s as part of Litchfield. The boundaries of South Farms were defined in 1767 when the Ecclesiastical Society was incorporated with 70 families. Although chiefly agricultural, South Farms built saw mills and grist mills on its rivers, had several small businesses, and developed a summer resort business on Bantam Lake. The town was named in honor of James Morris, a Yale graduate, Revolutionary War captain, selectman and member of the General Assembly. Today, Morris is a rural town with a population of about 2,300 people. It is home to the elegant Winvian resort, situated on 113 wooded acres and featuring one-of-a-kind, themed cottages, including a towering treehouse cottage and another that boasts a fully restored Sikorsky helicopter. White Flower Farm also has its retail store/nursery here, which draws gardening enthusiasts from around the region.

The Litchfield County town of Morris, originally known as South Farms, was settled in the 1720s as part of Litchfield. The boundaries of South Farms were defined in 1767 when the Ecclesiastical Society was incorporated with 70 families. Although chiefly agricultural, South Farms built saw mills and grist mills on its rivers, had several small businesses, and developed a summer resort business on Bantam Lake. The town was named in honor of James Morris, a Yale graduate, Revolutionary War captain, selectman and member of the General Assembly. Today, Morris is a rural town with a population of about 2,300 people. It is home to the elegant Winvian resort, situated on 113 wooded acres and featuring one-of-a-kind, themed cottages, including a towering treehouse cottage and another that boasts a fully restored Sikorsky helicopter. White Flower Farm also has its retail store/nursery here, which draws gardening enthusiasts from around the region.

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Lifestyle Features

Lifestyle Feature

Antique Homes

Litchfield County has a great history that is often reflected in the area's homes. There are many homes built before 1900 that has been preserved and restored to their original luster.

Waterfront

With its rolling hills and scenic pastoral setting, Litchfield County is a perfect destination not only for those who enjoy rural living, but that peaceful, relaxed lifestyle that can only be found at the lake. Discover the assortment of properties now on the market that are situated directly on the shores of some of Litchfield’s most beautiful lakes.



Views

Several Litchfield County properties feature lovely ​distant ​views of the​ mountains,​ lakes, rivers and ​meadows​ that grace this pastoral region. Explore the many real estate offerings currently available for sale that allow one to take in the superb vistas​ that are unique to Litchfield County.

Lifestyle Feature

Farm & Equestrian

Litchfield County is home to several properties that represent the very best in farm and ranch real estate, from homes with sprawling acreage to equestrian retreats. From gorgeous vistas and wildlife to hills, wooded landscapes and breathtaking water scenery, these spectacular offerings have it all. Begin your Litchfield County farm and ranch real estate search here.

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Featured Listings

219 East Shore Road
Morris, CT $2,200,000

219 East Shore Road

Morris, CT

$2,200,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 5,571 Sqft
259 East Shore Drive
Morris, CT $1,395,000

259 East Shore Drive

Morris, CT

$1,395,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,106 Sqft
Historic Landmark Colonial
Morris, CT $1,195,000

Historic Landmark Colonial

Morris, CT

$1,195,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/2 Baths
  • 2,908 Sqft
75 Burgess Road
Morris, CT $699,000

75 Burgess Road

Morris, CT

$699,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 4,380 Sqft
5 Shady Lane
Morris, CT $425,000

5 Shady Lane

Morris, CT

$425,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,812 Sqft
245 West Street
Morris, CT $399,900

245 West Street

Morris, CT

$399,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,940 Sqft
204 Island Trail
Morris, CT $399,000

204 Island Trail

Morris, CT

$399,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,441 Sqft
60 Mount Tom Passway
Morris, CT $245,000

60 Mount Tom Passway

Morris, CT

$245,000
  • 2.80 Acres

Morris

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Morris is within Litchfield Hills, Connecticut and borders Bethlehem, Litchfield and Washington.

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

October 2017

2 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

October 2017 - Single Family Homes

$478K
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Percentage of Asking Price

October 2017 Single Family Homes

91%
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