This well maintained and updated townhouse at the popular Farmington Chase community is conveniently located near shopping, highways, and major area employers. Inside, the first floor has an open floor plan. The kitchen is bright and offers plenty of storage and workspace. The kitchen connects to the dining room, which is open to the sunken living room. The living room features a fireplace and sliders to the outdoor space. There is also an updated powder
First time on the market! Here is a great opportunity to own a classic farmhouse in a quiet cul-de-sac location, yet so close to the amenities of Unionville Center and the Farmington rail-to-trail. Set on well over an acre, the level lot offers mature trees, fruit trees, plenty of usable yard, a 3-bay barn/garage with attached chicken coop, and separate detached shed. The charming farmhouse is waiting for its new owner to bring their finishing
You’ll love to come home to this end unit townhouse in a peaceful wooded setting. The large living room, with fireplace, is open to the dining room. A sliding door connects the interior space to huge private deck with gas hookup for grill. Back inside, the kitchen has a pantry and space for a small eat-in table. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a generous size, and includes an en-suite bathroom. The upper level contains two
Construction of the Hartford Connecticut Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is making good progress. The actual site is on Farmington Avenue (Route 4) in Farmington, CT across from the entrance to Winding Trails and the Devonwood community. Plans for the temple were announced in 2010, and a groundbreaking ceremony was held in August of 2013. Those interested in learning more about the project, or the Church, can follow along online.
Last week we published some charts showing the direction of the overall single-family market in Hartford County for 2013. The quick summary was that sales activity has been increasing nicely for two years, but median prices have been stuck in a protracted valley. The data tells a variety of different stories when we zoom in to the individual towns. Before we get there though, a quick disclaimer. It’s difficult to take too strong a position