Blush Hill

The Blush Hill area of Waterbury is located to left (west) side of the valley as you travel north on Rt.100 toward Stowe. There are wonderful residential neighborhoods and developments within Blush Hill, many with views across the valley to the Worcester range and stunning sunrises. Large private lots as well as smaller subdivisions give buyers a range of residential options within this community.

Blush Hill Road runs from Route 100, just off exit 10 from Interstate I-89, to the top of the ridge, where rolling hills of farm land and residences open up to breathtaking views. The road then descends to the Little River State Park reservoir boat access, which is a nice perk for residents of Blush Hill who want to enjoy quiet pursuits of boating, fishing or stand up paddle boarding on the water.

There are a myriad of trails which can be used year round, including the VAST snow mobile system, also used for hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snow shoeing. The Waterbury Trails Alliance (WATA) builds, maintains and monitors conditions of multi-use trails in the area with a focus on bringing together Waterbury’s growing community of mountain biking enthusiasts. Many residents of this community can hike or ski right from their property.

Blush Hill Country Club is a local favorite, a small but challenging golf course with amazing views from every one of its nine holes that has delighted its members and visitors for more than seventy five years. The club is open to the public and hosts weddings, events and tournaments.

The highly sought after residential developments within this community include Pinnacle Ridge, Countryside, Blush Hill Estates and Meadow Crest. Its close proximity to the Village of Waterbury and I-89, as well as quiet neighborhoods with outstanding views, makes Blush Hill a prime real estate location in Waterbury.