One of our yard signs disappeared from a listing in Glastonbury, so my daughter and I investigated. What we’ve learned is that the Town of Glastonbury recently began enforcing a zoning regulation about where real estate signs may be placed on a property. They need to be set back one distance from the street when there is no sidewalk, and a different distance from the sidewalk. The vast majority of Greater Hartford real estate agents
Check out this updated contemporary raised ranch, located in the quiet Minnechaug Mountain neighborhood. You’ll love the open living and dining room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, and wood burning fireplace. The adjacent kitchen has plenty of work and storage space, as well as an island with eat-in space. Slider doors connect you to a sweet screened-in porch, overlooking the private backyard. Down the main hallway you’ll find a spacious master bedroom with generous closets
You’ll love the oversized living and entertaining spaces in this expansive Gambrel Colonial, set on a nicely manicured lot, complete with in-ground pool. An open foyer welcomes your guests and leads to the formal living and dining rooms. The eat-in space kitchen is fully updated with cherry cabinets, granite counters, Sub-Zero refrigerator, double ovens and wine cooler. The family room has vaulted ceilings and a gas log stone fireplace. A heated sunroom leads out to
Freshly painted inside and out, this home has both formal and informal living spaces in a convenient floor plan. The main level features a formal living room with fireplace and built-ins and a formal dining room. The kitchen has plenty of cabinetry for storage and eat-in space. There is a 3-season room with a woodstove that overlooks the backyard. Upstairs you’ll find three nicely sized bedrooms. The master bedroom has its own bathroom and there
The peaches are ripe in Glastonbury! We visited Belltown Hill Orchards the other day for ours, but there are other options out there too. There are literally millions of peaches in South Glastonbury right now. Back in 2010 we had a pair of terrific guest articles about the local agriculture scene … Part 1 and Part 2.