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Wethersfield is a suburban community on the banks of the Connecticut River. Just to the south of Hartford, Wethersfield is also near Glastonbury and New Britain. Wethersfield is well-situated for a short commute to the capital as well as Springfield, Mass., and all points south with Interstate 91 running through town. Homes for rent in Wethersfield allow families to live in the heart of Connecticut without living in a densely developed city. Wethersfield is full of residential roads that are great for kids to ride their bikes on. And although the area does have many homes, there are spots like the Wilkus Farm Preserved Open Space and trees all around town that give the area a natural feel.
Important Information for Future Renters
- Wethersfield is known as "Ye Most Auncient Towne" in the state because it was founded in 1633.
- George Washington and French commander-in-chief Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau planned the Battle of Yorktown in Wethersfield at the Webb House on Main Street in 1781. The Webb-Dean-Stevens Museum in town commemorates this piece of history. The battle was the last of the war.
- As an old and historic community, there are many beautiful architectural homes from Colonial days that residents can still see around town.
Helpful Resources for Residents
- For town announcements and links to local services, residents should visit the town website, which also has great information about the town.
- The Wethersfield Public Schools serves all of the teens and children in town through seven schools, including five elementary schools.
- Wethersfield residents can look north or west for news. The New Britain Herald is a great local news source, while Hartford's The Courant is a more circulated newspaper with national and state news.
Live in Wethersfield
Wethersfield is a historic community that's been a wonderful home to families for more than 350 years.