The town of Southbury was incorporated in 1787. Southbury CT originated from Litchfield County, although was incorporated very early into New Haven County and has remained as such.
In the early 1800, Southbury CT, like many of the surrounding towns started using water power. It became essential to the growth of Southbury's industries, these included mills, tanneries, and distilleries. The power for these industries came primarily from the Pomperaug River and the Housatonic River. As the industrial revolution progressed, many of these businesses moved to the city of Waterbury.
Southbury grew from a rural community with the introduction of the state’s interstate system. Heritage Village, an early model of a thriving adult community started development in 1967, attracting international attention. Today it continues to boast it’s own town center with amenities including a Hotel, renowned golf course and many shops and restaurants.
Southbury is a growing upscale town. In the last ten years there have been a number of upper end retail business and restaurants that have choose Southbury to extend or start their business. Additionally, area services have grown as well.
Southbury CT Homes For Sale. There are numerous homes for sale in Southbury CT and the prices of the homes range from $55,000 to up to $2,595,000. Great Local Southbury There are many attractions that residents of Southbury CT and vistors can enjoy such as the Gone Balloning, Kettletown State Park (with camp grounds), Shepaug Dam and Park, Audubon Center at Bent of the River, Gainfield Farms Golf Course and more!
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