Hamden

The town of Hamden, home to about 61,000 residents, is a suburb of the neighboring city of New Haven.

Nicknamed “The Land of the Sleeping Giant,” Hamden encompasses a dozen distinctive neighborhoods spread out over 33.3 square miles. The town, which exudes New England charm, is bordered by Cheshire and Wallingford to the north, Woodbridge and Bethany to the west, New Haven to the south and North Haven to the east. Hamden provides residents with a mix of urban and suburban lifestyles. The town is home to Quinnipiac University and the Paier College of Art as well as several parks, museums and cultural attractions, including the Eli Whitney Museum, Sleeping Giant State Park, the Hamden Symphony Orchestra and a portion of the West Rock Ridge State Park. The scenic Farmington Canal Trail is a popular spot for walking, biking and enjoying the lush, natural setting.

Nicknamed “The Land of the Sleeping Giant,” Hamden encompasses a dozen distinctive neighborhoods spread out over 33.3 square miles. The town, which exudes New England charm, is bordered by Cheshire and Wallingford to the north, Woodbridge and Bethany to the west, New Haven to the south and North Haven to the east. Hamden provides residents with a mix of urban and suburban lifestyles. The town is home to Quinnipiac University and the Paier College of Art as well as several parks, museums and cultural attractions, including the Eli Whitney Museum, Sleeping Giant State Park, the Hamden Symphony Orchestra and a portion of the West Rock Ridge State Park. The scenic Farmington Canal Trail is a popular spot for walking, biking and enjoying the lush, natural setting.

Nicknamed “The Land of the Sleeping Giant,” Hamden encompasses a dozen distinctive neighborhoods spread out over 33.3 square miles. The town, which exudes New England charm, is bordered by Cheshire and Wallingford to the north, Woodbridge and Bethany to the west, New Haven to the south and North Haven to the east. Hamden provides residents with a mix of urban and suburban lifestyles. The town is home to Quinnipiac University and the Paier College of Art as well as several parks, museums and cultural attractions, including the Eli Whitney Museum, Sleeping Giant State Park, the Hamden Symphony Orchestra and a portion of the West Rock Ridge State Park. The scenic Farmington Canal Trail is a popular spot for walking, biking and enjoying the lush, natural setting.

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21 King Street
Hamden, CT $2,900/mo

21 King Street

Hamden, CT

$2,900/mo
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,598 Sqft
936 Winchester Avenue
Hamden, CT $2,000/mo

936 Winchester Avenue

Hamden, CT

$2,000/mo
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,500 Sqft
2340-48 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT $4,000,000

2340-48 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT

$4,000,000
  • 23,320 Sqft
4137 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT $2,500,000

4137 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT

$2,500,000
  • 46,800 Sqft
20 Gorham Avenue
Hamden, CT $2,200,000

20 Gorham Avenue

Hamden, CT

$2,200,000
  • 29,072 Sqft
2348 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT $2,100,000

2348 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT

$2,100,000
  • 11,800 Sqft
2340 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT $2,000,000

2340 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT

$2,000,000
  • 11,520 Sqft
3848-60 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT $1,250,000

3848-60 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, CT

$1,250,000
  • 6,621 Sqft

Hamden

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Hamden

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