Woodbury

Litchfield County, Connecticut

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Woodbury, which means “Dwelling Place in the Woods,” was settled in 1673 as a farming community and then grew into a home for small factories in the mid-19th century. The charming Litchfield County town has since been established as a prime destination for antiques, and has earned the title of “Antiques Capital of Connecticut.” Woodbury’s town center hosts dozens of antiques shops, many of which are housed in former historic residences. A gazebo, art galleries, fine dining establishments and a variety of eclectic boutiques line the town’s quaint center, which is reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell scene. The late composer LeRoy Anderson wrote the Christmas classic “Sleigh Ride” at his residence in Woodbury – ironically during a summer heat wave.
Outdoor activities abound from trail walking to swimming, kayaking and fishing within Woodbury’s three parks, three trout-stocked rivers and 1,900-acre Flanders Nature Sanctuary. Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust ensures that much of the town’s open space will never be developed. The trust also runs year-round activities aimed at families. Equestrian pursuits are available at many local farms and stables. Located in the southernmost part of Litchfield County, Woodbury is situated within close proximity of Interstate 84, providing easy access to Hartford, New Haven and Fairfield Counties, as well as Manhattan within 90 minutes.

Woodbury, which means “Dwelling Place in the Woods,” was settled in 1673 as a farming community and then grew into a home for small factories in the mid-19th century. The charming Litchfield County town has since been established as a prime destination for antiques, and has earned the title of “Antiques Capital of Connecticut.” Woodbury’s town center hosts dozens of antiques shops, many of which are housed in former historic residences. A gazebo, art galleries, fine dining establishments and a variety of eclectic boutiques line the town’s quaint center, which is reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell scene. The late composer LeRoy Anderson wrote the Christmas classic “Sleigh Ride” at his residence in Woodbury – ironically during a summer heat wave.
Outdoor activities abound from trail walking to swimming, kayaking and fishing within Woodbury’s three parks, three trout-stocked rivers and 1,900-acre Flanders Nature Sanctuary. Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust ensures that much of the town’s open space will never be developed. The trust also runs year-round activities aimed at families. Equestrian pursuits are available at many local farms and stables. Located in the southernmost part of Litchfield County, Woodbury is situated within close proximity of Interstate 84, providing easy access to Hartford, New Haven and Fairfield Counties, as well as Manhattan within 90 minutes.

Woodbury, which means “Dwelling Place in the Woods,” was settled in 1673 as a farming community and then grew into a home for small factories in the mid-19th century. The charming Litchfield County town has since been established as a prime destination for antiques, and has earned the title of “Antiques Capital of Connecticut.” Woodbury’s town center hosts dozens of antiques shops, many of which are housed in former historic residences. A gazebo, art galleries, fine dining establishments and a variety of eclectic boutiques line the town’s quaint center, which is reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell scene. The late composer LeRoy Anderson wrote the Christmas classic “Sleigh Ride” at his residence in Woodbury – ironically during a summer heat wave.
Outdoor activities abound from trail walking to swimming, kayaking and fishing within Woodbury’s three parks, three trout-stocked rivers and 1,900-acre Flanders Nature Sanctuary. Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust ensures that much of the town’s open space will never be developed. The trust also runs year-round activities aimed at families. Equestrian pursuits are available at many local farms and stables. Located in the southernmost part of Litchfield County, Woodbury is situated within close proximity of Interstate 84, providing easy access to Hartford, New Haven and Fairfield Counties, as well as Manhattan within 90 minutes.

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Featured Listings

49 Pond Valley Road
Woodbury, CT $2,500,000

49 Pond Valley Road

Woodbury, CT

$2,500,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/2 Baths
  • 6,014 Sqft
6 Mill Road
Woodbury, CT $729,000

6 Mill Road

Woodbury, CT

$729,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,892 Sqft
12 Curtiss Meadows
Woodbury, CT $725,000

12 Curtiss Meadows

Woodbury, CT

$725,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,739 Sqft
206 Westwood Road
Woodbury, CT $675,000

206 Westwood Road

Woodbury, CT

$675,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,210 Sqft
74 Middle Quarter Road
Woodbury, CT $599,000

74 Middle Quarter Road

Woodbury, CT

$599,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,874 Sqft
346 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT $575,000

346 Main Street South

Woodbury, CT

$575,000
  • 7,503 Sqft
346 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT $575,000

346 Main Street South

Woodbury, CT

$575,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 2/3 Baths
  • 7,503 Sqft
102 Joshua Hill Road
Woodbury, CT $359,000

102 Joshua Hill Road

Woodbury, CT

$359,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,368 Sqft

Woodbury

Area Map

Woodbury is within Litchfield Hills, Connecticut and borders Bethlehem, Roxbury, Southbury and Washington.

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

April 2021

26 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

April 2021 - Single Family Homes

$575K
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Percentage of Asking Price

April 2021 Single Family Homes

97%
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