AMOS BULL HOUSE & COMMUNITY MEETING SPACE
The recently renovated Amos Bull House features exposed wood beams and original brick walls. The lawn and ornamental garden make this property the largest privately-owned, publicly accessible green space in downtown Hartford.
BELLAMY-FERRIDAY HOUSE & GARDEN
A stately home built on the town green in 1754, the property features an extensive formal garden of heirloom roses, lilacs and peonies. Original barns and farm buildings lend charm to the landscape.
BUTLER-McCOOK HOUSE & GARDEN
The only 18th-century home remaining on Hartford's Main Street witnessed the city's evolution over two centuries. A Victorian ornamental garden in the expansive back yard is a superb location for outdoor weddings and parties.
New London, Connecticut
The 1678 Joshua Hempsted House and the adjacent stone house built in 1759 both survived the burning of New London during the Revolutionary War. The two rustic houses are connected by a large grass lawn perfect for outdoor lunches, performances and other gatherings.
The Isham-Terry House is a late 19th- and early 20th-century time capsule, featuring crown mouldings, hand painted walls and ceilings, and many original furnishings and fixtures.
NATHAN HALE HOMESTEAD
The family home of Connecticut’s State Hero, Nathan Hale, this property features picturesque barns and open pastures in an idyllic country setting. The historic house was built in 1776 by Nathan's father, a prosperous livestock farmer.