A wonderful waterfront community located in the south central area of Branford Connecticut is Indian Neck. Back in the early to mid 20th century it was once a big tourist destination and the beach was a place full of activity and the area consisted of many second homes.
Preschool classes and play & learn groups are offered at the Family Resource Center at Indian Neck School for children who are residents of Branford. Partial day and full time classes are available for children aged 3 to 5. The play & learn groups are for infants to age 5 and their mothers or care givers.
On Melrose Avenue is where you will find Foote Memorial Park which has baseball fields, a softball field, tennis courts, pavilion and playgrounds. It’s a great place for picnics, outings or special events. The 100 slip marina at the Indian Neck Yacht provides a great sailing, fishing and boating experience for any boating enthusiast.
The historic Owenego Inn is a family run beach and tennis club on Linden Avenue right on Long Island Sound with five hundred feet of direct waterfront views. It is a popular place just for beach goers but for its wonderful catering facility specializing in elegant summer weddings.
This Branford by the sea enclave of Indian Neck features some of the most beautiful Victorian style homes along Linden Avenue with unobstructed views of Long Island Sound.
Cottages, vacation and year round homes fill the tree lined streets and inlet coves throughout the neighborhood
Residents enjoy hiking along the trails of the Pawson Park Marsh Wildlife area overlooking the Branford River. Boat, yacht or sail along Indian Neck or venture in the neighboring Thimble Islands and waterways into Long Island Sound.
Shop Homes For Sale
Indian Neck consists of a wide variety of home styles that includes Bungalows, Cottages, Capes, Colonials, Contemporary, Ranches, and Victorian to multi-million dollar direct waterfront estates.
23 Eades St. Branford CT 06405
Phone – (203) 481-5386
185 Damascus Rf. Branford CT 06405
Phone – (203) 488-8317
Back in the day Bud’s Bait Box, Dairy Joy Ice Cream, Harry’s General Store, Madelyn’s Restaurant, Surfside Restaurant and The Waverly Inn were just some of the favorite local businesses. The area became more year round in the early 1970’s and the commercial businesses that once thrived and flourished in Indian Neck slowly shut down and the landmark Waverly Inn burned to the ground.
Today there is a wonderful selection of restaurants in Indian Neck to create a wonderful dining experience no matter what your cuisine.
7 Indian Neck Avenue
Phone – 203-483-8414
Lenny’s Indian Head Inn
205 S Montowese Street
Phone – 203-488-1500
The Stand: Roadside
196 S. Montowese Street
Phone – 203-433-4728
Nellie Green’s Restauran
50 Maple Street
Phone – 203-483-8400
Dockside Seafood and Grille
145 Block Island Rd
Phone – 203-488-3007
Stony Creek Brewery
5 Indian Neck Ave
Phone: (203) 433-4545