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Morris CT


Morris CT White Flowers Farm
A spring garden and The Store at White Flower Farm in Morris.

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Elevation: 1,115 feet
Population: 2,433
Land Area : 17 square miles

Winvian Helicopter in Morris, CT
The inside of the helicopter cabin at Winvian in Morris.


Town of Morris, Incorporated in 1859

Morris CT Real Estate Homes For Sale In Morris

Morris CT Samuel Barnard Homestead Morris, one of the smallest towns in Litchfield County, still stands today as the idyllic farming community it was when it was settled as South Farms in 1767. The rural landscape is punctuated by the traditional homes and farms that occupied its vistas in past centuries. Its unassuming town center boasts a simple four-way stop with the local library, elementary school, post office and Popey’ ice cream & hamburger stand each occupying their respective corners. ( Photo: The Samuel Barnard Homestead and The Homestead Barn, in Morris.)

Morris, CT Recreation

Drive out of town in any direction and experience the rolling countryside and outdoor recreation that draws visitors and residents alike. South of Morris, toward the town of Bethlehem, is the Bethlehem Fairgrounds, which hosts the annual Bethlehem Fair each

Homestead Barn

September. This classic country fair draws crowds from near and far and is a must do family event. Across from the fairgrounds is one of Litchfield County’s best horse farms: Fox Crossing Equestrian Center, which provides boarding facilities, lessons for all ages and children’s camps. (Photo: A show horse and rider at one of Morris’s local horse farms.)

Discover Bantam Lake

Looking west from Morris town center across a stunning hill top view, you will catch a glimpse of Connecticut’s largest natural lake: Bantam Lake. The Town of Morris shares the lake’s shorelines with Litchfield and Bantam and operates a small town beach and boat launch. 

This low-key facility offers sailing lessons, mixed fleet Sunday afternoon races and organized sunfish and windmill regattas. On your way to the Morris side of Bantam Lake, you will pass the Towne Family Farmstand – oft considered to provide the best local corn in northwest Connecticut!

Places of Interest in Morris, CT

Morris CT Horse Farm

Drive north out of Morris on the Alain White Road toward Litchfield and you enter one of the area’s greatest natural sanctuaries: the White Memorial Foundation. Morris shares its northern borders with this 4,000 acre preserve of fields, waterways and woodlands that can be explored by bike, foot, canoe, horse and in the winter, cross country skis.

One of the greatest draws to Morris since its establishment in 1950 is the White Flower Farm. This world re-known nursery offers the finest in annuals and perennials favorites through its three seasonal catalogues and retail Store. The company also maintains five acres of stunning display gardens, open to the public, which provide endless inspiration to those with a green thumb.

Residents and visitors have come to Morris for its rural simplicity, its privacy and its proximity to outdoor recreation. And for these reasons, you will also find one of Connecticut’s most extraordinary and stunning hotels in Morris: Winvian (pictured to the left). This five star boutique hotel is associated with Relais & Chateaux and is famous for its 18 individually themed guest cottages, spa and restaurant.

Visit for more information about the quiet way of life Morris has to offer.

Real Estate Market in Morris, CT

The real estate market in Morris, CT included everything from charming historical homes to newer constructions designed for modern convenience. At William Raveis Lifestyles Realty, we're committed to making your home-buying journey as smooth as possible. Our experienced team of real estate professionals is at your disposal, ready to provide expert guidance at each step.