869 Farmington Ave Unit 206, West Hartford

Don’t miss this updated one bedroom plus office located a short walk from West Hartford Center. The unit is on the second floor, offering an open plan and comfortable layout. A spacious foyer with coat closet welcomes you home. The kitchen includes counter seating, and is updated with new cabinets, stone counters, and stainless appliances. An oversized doorway connects to the dining area, which leads to a comfortable living room. Just off the kitchen is

133 Kenyon Street, Hartford’s West End

Perfection in the West End! This 1897 home was designed by William H. Scoville, a popular architect for the time period, and has been renovated from top to bottom for today’s living. The bright and open floor plan provides a contemporary feel, while all of the classic architectural elements remain. A sizable foyer features a seating area to welcome your guests. The oversized formal living room offers a large bay window and working fireplace. The

23 Bath Crescent Lane, Bloomfield

23 Bath Crescent, Bloomfield

Move right in to this updated townhouse in the Balbrae community. The formal living room, with fireplace, opens to a private elevated deck. Enjoy the updated kitchen with stone counters, butler’s pantry, and elegant dining room with wainscoting. The kitchen opens to a den that is a terrific place to relax. Retreat upstairs to a spacious master bedroom with en-suite full bath and walk-in closet. The finished lower level features a large family room that

The Rising Bar of Move-In Ready

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Nice homes are always in demand in Greater Hartford. Despite what we hear reported about a wholesale exodus from the state, fully updated properties tend to sell. There are people who want to live in this area, and many of those people would prefer to buy a home in which they don’t have to make many repairs. We recently wrote about a decrease in buyer demand in core price points. The buyer pool doesn’t seem

Buyers: Your Time to Shine

Multiple trends in the real estate world are converging this fall to create a home buying environment that favors strategic buyers. Since the buyer pool is pretty shallow right now, we thought it might be worthwhile to devote a week’s worth of posts to buyers. Buyer Week; it’s kinda like Shark Week on The Discovery Channel. At least that’s how we imagine it in our minds… So here is the situation (not to be confused