New Haven

New Haven, the second largest city in Connecticut with a population of about 134,000, is rich in cultural, educational and commercial resources.

The community is home to one of the nation’s Ivy League schools, Yale University, which is an integral component of New Haven’s economy. Myriad cultural attractions take place throughout the year in this popular college town with its vibrant commercial center. New Haven is home to a symphony orchestra, theater, museums, and numerous points of artistic and historic interest. New Haven’s housing market mirrors the character of this multi-faceted community. From high-rise condominiums to classic brownstones and elegant mansions, the real estate market is rich in diversity in this city, which has a primarily suburban character. There is no shortage of recreational opportunities in the New Haven region, from hiking and biking trails to parks, sports fields, tennis courts and golf courses.

The community is home to one of the nation’s Ivy League schools, Yale University, which is an integral component of New Haven’s economy. Myriad cultural attractions take place throughout the year in this popular college town with its vibrant commercial center. New Haven is home to a symphony orchestra, theater, museums, and numerous points of artistic and historic interest. New Haven’s housing market mirrors the character of this multi-faceted community. From high-rise condominiums to classic brownstones and elegant mansions, the real estate market is rich in diversity in this city, which has a primarily suburban character. There is no shortage of recreational opportunities in the New Haven region, from hiking and biking trails to parks, sports fields, tennis courts and golf courses.

The community is home to one of the nation’s Ivy League schools, Yale University, which is an integral component of New Haven’s economy. Myriad cultural attractions take place throughout the year in this popular college town with its vibrant commercial center. New Haven is home to a symphony orchestra, theater, museums, and numerous points of artistic and historic interest. New Haven’s housing market mirrors the character of this multi-faceted community. From high-rise condominiums to classic brownstones and elegant mansions, the real estate market is rich in diversity in this city, which has a primarily suburban character. There is no shortage of recreational opportunities in the New Haven region, from hiking and biking trails to parks, sports fields, tennis courts and golf courses.

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Featured Listings

111 Grand Avenue
New Haven, CT $420,000

111 Grand Avenue

New Haven, CT

$420,000
  • 1,300 Sqft
46 Prince Street #202
New Haven, CT $160,000

46 Prince Street #202

New Haven, CT

$160,000
  • 2,433 Sqft
25 Beecher Place
New Haven, CT $2,600/mo

25 Beecher Place

New Haven, CT

$2,600/mo
  • 3 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,414 Sqft
5-17 James Street
New Haven, CT $3,400,000

5-17 James Street

New Haven, CT

$3,400,000
  • 56,959 Sqft
61 Amity Road
New Haven, CT $2,950,000

61 Amity Road

New Haven, CT

$2,950,000
  • 27,960 Sqft
26 Kendall Street
New Haven, CT $2,690,000

26 Kendall Street

New Haven, CT

$2,690,000
  • 21,518 Sqft
89 Howe Street
New Haven, CT $2,500,000

89 Howe Street

New Haven, CT

$2,500,000
  • 5,581 Sqft
92 Lexington Avenue
New Haven, CT $2,490,000

92 Lexington Avenue

New Haven, CT

$2,490,000
  • 8,784 Sqft

New Haven

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New Haven

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

December 2022

52 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

December 2022 - Single Family Homes

$268K
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Percentage of Asking Price

December 2022 Single Family Homes

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