1920s character with high-end updates! An inviting bluestone walk draws you into the welcoming foyer. Large openings connect the main level rooms creating an open and inviting space. Architectural details like the grand staircase, fireplace surround, built-in shelving, and millwork provide a depth of character that is only available in homes of this vintage. The gourmet kitchen includes custom cabinetry, high-end granite, and professional appliances. Eat-in space ensures the chef won’t be lonely, and a
This sweet Cape in Hartford’s Southwest neighborhood has been thoughtfully updated and maintained by its current owner. You’ll appreciate the cheerful, mature perennial beds as you approach the home. Inside, the formal living and dining room spaces are perfect for entertaining. The nicely appointed kitchen has plenty of work and storage space, as well as an eat-in breakfast bar. French doors provide access to an enclosed porch, overlooking the yard. The first floor is completed
Hartford County finished July with just under 900 single-family contracts, about 3% more than July of 2018. On a year-to-date basis 2019 is about 1.4% ahead of last year. Real estate activity continues to be strong in Greater Hartford. Inventory levels trended slightly upwards to 3.4 months by the end of July. The number of active listings remains below last year’s totals, and barely outside of seller’s market territory (less than 3 months of inventory).
Hartford County finished June with 958 single-family contracts, slightly behind last June. The first half of the year overall finished slightly ahead of the first half of 2018 despite the June result. You’ll notice in the chart above that there was a July bump in 2017 but not in 2018. Summer markets can be unpredictable, but they are generally an active time of the year as buyers continue looking for homes. We’ll see how this