19 Capitol Avenue, Unit D, Hartford

19 Capitol D, Hartford

Enjoy skyline views from the penthouse unit of this historic brownstone! The character-filled living space includes a vaulted ceiling, exposed brick, a decorative marble fireplace, and built-in shelves. An open concept layout is perfect for both entertaining and everyday living. The dining room flows through to an updated kitchen with seating at the stone counters, stainless appliances, and a decorative fireplace. Just off the rear of the kitchen is a balcony overlooking park-like Whitman Close.

April Contracts: Wow, Berlin!

2023-05-03 Hartford County Single-Family Contracts 2023-04

While the overwhelming majority of the County struggled through the first four months with too few listings for the number of buyers, the town of Berlin stood out thanks to its positive result (see the table at the bottom). With 13% MORE contracts than last year, Berlin was the only town that on pace to outperform 2022. Hartford County overall finished the month with 626 contracts, more than 27% fewer than April of last year.

3 Linden Pl, Unit B, Downtown Hartford

3b Linden Pl, Hartford

This updated townhouse unit at The Linden offers cosmopolitan styling juxtaposed with classic architecture – a beautiful space awaits. The entrance foyer with tile flooring leads to a sweet balcony and the formal living room. Brazilian cherry floors, tall ceilings, large windows, a charming functional fireplace, and exposed brick set the backdrop for a soothing home. Down the hall you’ll find a contemporary space where the kitchen is open to the dining room and a

March Contracts: More of the Same

2023-04-04 Hartford County Single-Family Contracts 2023-03

Hartford County had an interesting month of March. Typically the beginning of the spring market, this March was characterized by a lot of buyers fighting over relatively few listings. It was more of the same – just another month in Greater Hartford real estate. There were 549 single-family contracts signed, which was about 30% fewer than the 780 from March 2022, and about 46% fewer than the 1,035 deals from March 2021. On a year-to-date