Breakdown of Connecticut Homes for Sale
|Average Sale Price||$526,548|
As one of the wealthiest states in the nation, Connecticut enjoys many benefits in terms of real estate and business. Although a growing number of apartments are being built, more than half of the residential properties in the state are detached single-family homes. Furthermore, you will find a pleasant combination of old and new real estate that reflects the evolution of architecture over the past century. Whether you are looking for a small bungalow or a 4-bedroom estate, Connecticut has just the place for you and your family.
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If you are thinking about continuing your education, Connecticut boasts an impressive selection of academic institutions, including Ivy League school Yale University in New Haven. As the cultural hub of Connecticut, New Haven has a variety of music venues, theaters and museums punctuated by historic landmarks. Hartford and Bridgeport are also situated along the coast and offer premium waterfront real estate. If you prefer a rural, less populated atmosphere, try a peaceful farming community like Litchfield Hills. On the other hand, Stamford is home to four Fortune 500 companies. Residents who commute on a daily basis find that Stamford provides above average services for public transportation in the Tri-State area.