Starting in the low 300,000s.
Come to Bartlett Hollow, an active adult community situated on the historic Bacon Farm site in Middletown, Connecticut. Twenty-five detached homes will offer the convenience of first floor living, yet allow room for gracious entertaining with family and friends. This energy-efficient, maintenance-free planned community will afford the discerning buyer a dynamic lifestyle in a desirable setting. Convenience of location says it all for Bartlett Hollow: easy highway access, one mile from the Wesleyan University campus, and near by to the many fine dining choices Middletown has to offer. Of course, you might just choose to head over to the scenic Connecticut River and watch the sun set. Truly, a great place to call home.
Convenience + Conservation + Community = Bartlett Hollow
Set in a village “cluster” plan that creates a strong sense of community yet privacy, Bartlett Hollow’s unique 25 single family homes offer geothermal based, energy efficient, maintenance free living. Old fashioned charm with new age conservation!
Very much like the Olmstead first floor, a formal Entry Foyer leads to the perfect living and entertaining plan with large center island Kitchen flowing into the Dining Room and onto the Living Room. The expansive first floor Master Bedroom suite is equipped with a tray ceiling, ample closet space, and a roomy Master Bath. The oversized study which doubles as a second bedroom with full bath, makes this an ideal ranch style layout. 1,670 square feet.
Smart use of space, smooth flow into large dining/living room area. Kitchen handy from two-car garage, cozy breakfast alcove. First floor master bedroom. Large second floor bedroom and much desirable storage space. 2,060 square feet.
Wonderful use of space, open floor plan. Eat-at kitchen island, dining area/family room, welcoming great room. Large master suite with reading nook/entertainment center section. First floor study or second bedroom. Abundant second floor storage, complete with spacious suite, loft. 2,250 square feet.
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You’ve reached that point in life when you’re ready to take it easy. The kids are grown, your finances are in order – you deserve to relax. That’s what Bartlett Hollow is all about. Our attractive homes are sized and outfitted to fit your particular needs, without a lot of wasted space that’s a bother to take care of. And when it comes to taking care of things, all the grounds maintenance, including lawn mowing and snow removal, are taken care of by others. You just sit back and enjoy.
From this ideal location, you are minutes from enjoying fine restaurants or taking in a theater performance, concert or lecture on the nearby Wesleyan campus. You might tour the many beautiful sights of the Connecticut River Valley, see the latest release movies at the downtown 12-Plex Cinema, or choose to become active in the thriving business world of Middlesex County. Come enjoy a friendly, small city atmosphere and a very special new community. The good life. It’s what Bartlett Hollow is all about. It’s not about counting the years, it’s making the years count.
Middletown, the hub of Middlesex County, is located on the Connecticut River with easy access to major highways, airports, bus lines and other modes of transportation. The city’s forty-two square miles include rural, suburban and urban settings; an historic downtown; large city-owned parks and open spaces; and, world-renowned Wesleyan University.
Located on the breathtaking Connecticut River, the recent past has seen a complete turn around in the historic downtown. Over thirty-five new businesses have opened in the Main Street area, including an astonishing array of fine restaurants from Thai to Tibetan, classic Italian to the famous O’Rourke’s Diner. The town’s strategic central location in Connecticut – halfway between New York and Boston, near the cultural and social activities of Hartford and New Haven – provides the best of all worlds: the classic elements of a small New England city with ready access to any activity you may seek.
If you haven’t been here in a while, prepare to be amazed. If you’re new to Middletown, prepare to be enamored. Come see what you’ve been missing.