Don’t miss this excellent sweat equity or investor opportunity in Glastonbury’s popular Buttonball neighborhood. You’ll need to put in some work, but this well built home will shine when it’s done! With just under 2,000 square feet above grade and approximately 600 square feet of heated walkout lower level space, you’ll have plenty of room in this 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home. The main level features an open living room/dining room with wood burning fireplace and built-ins.
You’ll love this perfectly sized Garrison colonial, located on a stately West End street, just steps from Elizabeth Park. The first floor has an excellent functional floorplan for both everyday living and entertaining. Off the front foyer is a den/office, perfect for working from home. The open living room/dining room connects to an updated kitchen. With granite counters, white cabinets, and white appliances, the kitchen flows to a breakfast room with vaulted ceiling. This space
Conveniently located near shopping, dining, and schools, you’ll love this 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom one owner Cape. Listed for the first time since it was built in 1961, the owners have loved their time here and it shows in this meticulously maintained property. It’s just waiting for its next caretaker. Will it be you? Come take a look inside. The first floor has a traditional living room with wood burning fireplace insert, large eat-in kitchen,
An updated Queen Anne Victorian awaits on historic Ashley Street in Asylum Hill! Neighborhood preservationists NINA rescued the building after a fire and rebuilt the interior with today’s buyers in mind. The front porch welcomes with mahogany flooring and intricate wood details. Inside, the foyer’s grand staircase is lit with stained glass windows. New hardwood floors, Harvey windows, and fresh paint highlight the living space, while the decorative fireplace and traditional woodwork give the home
Hartford County finished July with 656 single-family contracts, 21% fewer than last July and 14% fewer than last month. On a year-to-date basis the market is about 22% behind 2022. We’re into summertime, where deals still happen but with fewer buyers participating. Listing activity was pretty good, by recent standards, with 717 new properties. By the end of the month there were 529 homes for sale, an increase over the totals in the mid-400s that