Salisbury

Salisbury

Litchfield County, Connecticut

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The rural town of Salisbury, through which the Housatonic River flows from north to south, is the most northwestern town in Connecticut. Salisbury’s 60 square miles of land includes two villages, Lakeville and Salisbury, as well as the hamlets of Lime Rock, Taconic and Amesville. This lovely, scenic residential community was incorporated in 1741, and today is home to lovely historic residences and sites including the Scoville Library, the first free, public library in the country, and the circa-1789 Lakeville Methodist Church, the oldest Methodist church in New England. Acres of unspoiled beauty are found throughout town, including part of the Appalachian Trail as well as numerous pristine ponds and lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy a wealth of options for recreation throughout the seasons including fishing, boating and swimming. Each February, Salisbury’s Satre Hill is the site of a regional ski jumping competition, and Lakeville’s Lime Rock Park draws enthusiastic crowds for its racing series. Salisbury also boasts a highly regarded educational system and is home to one elementary school and three boarding schools. High school students attend the Housatonic Valley Regional High School in Falls Village.

The rural town of Salisbury, through which the Housatonic River flows from north to south, is the most northwestern town in Connecticut. Salisbury’s 60 square miles of land includes two villages, Lakeville and Salisbury, as well as the hamlets of Lime Rock, Taconic and Amesville. This lovely, scenic residential community was incorporated in 1741, and today is home to lovely historic residences and sites including the Scoville Library, the first free, public library in the country, and the circa-1789 Lakeville Methodist Church, the oldest Methodist church in New England. Acres of unspoiled beauty are found throughout town, including part of the Appalachian Trail as well as numerous pristine ponds and lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy a wealth of options for recreation throughout the seasons including fishing, boating and swimming. Each February, Salisbury’s Satre Hill is the site of a regional ski jumping competition, and Lakeville’s Lime Rock Park draws enthusiastic crowds for its racing series. Salisbury also boasts a highly regarded educational system and is home to one elementary school and three boarding schools. High school students attend the Housatonic Valley Regional High School in Falls Village.

The rural town of Salisbury, through which the Housatonic River flows from north to south, is the most northwestern town in Connecticut. Salisbury’s 60 square miles of land includes two villages, Lakeville and Salisbury, as well as the hamlets of Lime Rock, Taconic and Amesville. This lovely, scenic residential community was incorporated in 1741, and today is home to lovely historic residences and sites including the Scoville Library, the first free, public library in the country, and the circa-1789 Lakeville Methodist Church, the oldest Methodist church in New England. Acres of unspoiled beauty are found throughout town, including part of the Appalachian Trail as well as numerous pristine ponds and lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy a wealth of options for recreation throughout the seasons including fishing, boating and swimming. Each February, Salisbury’s Satre Hill is the site of a regional ski jumping competition, and Lakeville’s Lime Rock Park draws enthusiastic crowds for its racing series. Salisbury also boasts a highly regarded educational system and is home to one elementary school and three boarding schools. High school students attend the Housatonic Valley Regional High School in Falls Village.

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Lifestyle Features

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Antique Homes

Litchfield County has a great history that is often reflected in the area's homes. There are many homes built before 1900 that has been preserved and restored to their original luster.

Waterfront

With its rolling hills and scenic pastoral setting, Litchfield County is a perfect destination not only for those who enjoy rural living, but that peaceful, relaxed lifestyle that can only be found at the lake. Discover the assortment of properties now on the market that are situated directly on the shores of some of Litchfield’s most beautiful lakes.



Views

Several Litchfield County properties feature lovely ​distant ​views of the​ mountains,​ lakes, rivers and ​meadows​ that grace this pastoral region. Explore the many real estate offerings currently available for sale that allow one to take in the superb vistas​ that are unique to Litchfield County.

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Farm & Equestrian

Litchfield County is home to several properties that represent the very best in farm and ranch real estate, from homes with sprawling acreage to equestrian retreats. From gorgeous vistas and wildlife to hills, wooded landscapes and breathtaking water scenery, these spectacular offerings have it all. Begin your Litchfield County farm and ranch real estate search here.

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Featured Listings

00 Millerton Road
Salisbury, CT $6,900,000

00 Millerton Road

Salisbury, CT

$6,900,000
  • 0.00 Baths
70 Beaver Dam Road
Salisbury, CT $6,100,000

70 Beaver Dam Road

Salisbury, CT

$6,100,000
  • 12 Beds
  • 7/3 Baths
  • 12,367 Sqft
85 Sugar Hill Rd
Salisbury, CT $5,995,000

85 Sugar Hill Rd

Salisbury, CT

$5,995,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 4/3 Baths
  • 9,141 Sqft
65 Hammertown Rd
Salisbury, CT $4,995,000

65 Hammertown Rd

Salisbury, CT

$4,995,000
  • 153.94 Acres
500 Twin Lakes Rd
Salisbury, CT $2,450,000

500 Twin Lakes Rd

Salisbury, CT

$2,450,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,400 Sqft
242 Salmon Kill Rd
Salisbury, CT $1,999,000

242 Salmon Kill Rd

Salisbury, CT

$1,999,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 3,641 Sqft
44 Dugway Rd
Salisbury, CT $1,995,000

44 Dugway Rd

Salisbury, CT

$1,995,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 6/2 Baths
  • 5,056 Sqft
285 Twin Lakes Rd
Salisbury, CT $1,900,000

285 Twin Lakes Rd

Salisbury, CT

$1,900,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 3,918 Sqft

Salisbury

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Salisbury is within Litchfield Hills, Connecticut and borders Canaan, Cornwall and Sharon.

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

November 2016

6 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

November 2016 - Single Family Homes

$760K
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Percentage of Asking Price

November 2016 Single Family Homes

92%
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