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Wesleyan Hills is a planned residential community on 288 acres amidst the gentle hills of Middletown, Connecticut about 3 miles south of downtown. Wesleyan Hills was developed by Wesleyan University before turning it over to the residents.

The diverse community contains 572 dwellings. These range from single-family homes located mostly on cul-de-sacs called “mini-neighborhoods,” to townhouse condominiums. About half the homes are in the seven condominium complexes, each with different features.

Thirty acres of the community are set aside as open spaces, including ponds, fields, wooded areas and two miles of footpaths. The paths connect the mini-neighborhoods with tunnels under the main road and wooden footbridges crossing streams.

Wesleyan Hills is on the B route of the Middletown Area Transit (MAT) bus lines connecting it to downtown Middletown.  There is a bus shelter at the intersection of Yellow Road and Long Hill Road.  The schedule can be viewed at the MAT website: middletownareatransit.org.

The Barns at Wesleyan Hills
is a group of historic barns converted into meeting and event spaces owned by the community and leased to the award-winning Connecticut Wedding Group



The Little Barn is a large meeting room that is open all year that can be utilized by residents for private uses when there are no weddings for a fee of $100. Contact the Ct. Wedding Group to schedule any use of the facility. 860-347-7171 (ctweddinggroup.com)The Big Barn is used for weddings and is closed from December to April.
Management Services
Wesleyan Hills  is professionally managed by Westford Real Estate Management, LLC. Their office  is located at 348 Hartford Turnpike suite 200 in Vernon, CT. (Mailing address: 348 Hartford Tpke, Suite 200, Vernon, CT 06066)  The phone number is 860-528-2885. the contact email address is: WesleyanHills@westfordmgt.com

For after hours emergency calls, please (860) 528-2885 and follow the prompts to a live operator. However, residents of the condominiums should contact their condo's management companies for condominium emergencies and issues.