Don’t miss this jewel in Hartford’s West End, where staying home is a luxury! The living room with wood burning fireplace showcases the indoor-outdoor living of this Colonial. Open to the fireplaced dining room and kitchen, the living room also has French doors to the inviting exterior spaces in the back yard. The updated kitchen includes a large island with seating and is appointed with quality appliances and finishes. The main level also includes a
You’ll love this nicely updated townhouse located in the popular, gated Allyn Estate community in Hartford’s West End. A marble tile foyer provides a dramatic entrance. Off the foyer, the remodeled kitchen is a chef’s dream with plenty of storage and workspace, an eat-in area, two pantries, and access to the attached garage. The sizable combination living room/dining room is perfect for entertaining. It has a wood burning fireplace and overlooks the private outdoor patio.
Why wait to build when you can buy a newer home in the popular Skyline Estates neighborhood today? Close to town and Lake Pocotopaug, this home has all the space and modern conveniences you’ll need. A dramatic two-story foyer leads to a first floor den and the formal dining room. The nicely sized living room features a wood-burning fireplace and slider door access to the backyard. It opens to a beautifully appointed kitchen with espresso-stained
This sweet Highland Park Cape is close to multiple parks, great restaurants in Manchester Center, and I-384 access. It’s updated and well-maintained, so all you’ll need to do is pack your bags and move in. The first floor features a living room with wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen that opens to a large eat-in area, a remodeled full bathroom, a bedroom, and an additional room that could be an office or formal dining room. A
I’ve been tracking the number of new listings on a weekly basis to understand how the coronavirus impacted the Greater Hartford real estate market. Data about new listings is easily gathered from the MLS, and is an immediate gauge of seller sentiment. Because the market was already showing low inventory before the virus arrived, new listings seemed like it would be the obvious bottleneck in the market. The manner in which the listing data was