Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind condo designed by architect Allen Ambrose overlooking Bushnell Park and the State Capitol building! The main living space is a custom open floor plan with gas fireplace, 12-foot ceilings, and tall windows with southern exposure. The kitchen includes granite counters, stainless appliances, walk-in pantry, and counter seating. It is a grand space that is comfortable and wonderful for entertaining. The primary suite is separated from the living space by an 8-foot
Steps to all that Downtown has to offer, yet located on a quiet residential street, in a one of a kind building, this two bedroom, one bathroom penthouse unit is a special find! Completely remodeled with hardwood flooring and fresh paint throughout, there is truly nothing to do but move in. The living area is a large open room with cathedral ceilings that is anchored by the exposed brick of the chimney, and the associated
Hartford County finished February with 488 single-family contracts. The total was more than 15% below last February, and comparable to the activity level that we saw in 2010-2014. As recently noted, the bottleneck in the market is on the supply side. There are plenty of buyers, but there are not enough sellers to balance the equation. The number of contracts in a particular month has recently been closely linked to the number of new listings.
The inventory of available homes is the clear bottleneck in the Greater Hartford real estate market. Let’s take a detailed look at the number of active listings as of this morning, March 1, 2023. Hartford County has 359 single-family homes for sale as of right now. That total is the lowest that we’ve ever seen in reporting on this data since 2009. But wait, there’s more! Not more houses, unfortunately, but a more dire experience
The imbalance between buyers and sellers in 2022 led to a 9% rise in median single-family home price in Hartford County. It was the third year in a row of sharp increases, bringing the rise in median value since 2019 up to 35%. Prices rose because buyers outnumbered sellers, and demand outpaced supply. There were bidding wars for nicer homes during the busier months of the year, and most sellers with a realistic asking price