Sharon


Sharon is a lovely rural community located in Litchfield County’s northwest corner. The town, which typifies an 18th-century New England village, was incorporated in October of 1739 and has a current population of about 2,800 residents. Its inviting, shaded village green – one of the largest in the state – is surrounded by beautifully maintained historic homes and serves as the focal point of the town. Here, residents gather for special events including the Christmas Tree Lighting and Carol Sing, the annual Sharon Classic Road Race to benefit the town’s daycare programs, and a popular craft sale that takes place each August.

Sharon is home to many respected attractions and entities including the Sharon Audubon Center, the Tri-Arts Playhouse, the Sharon Historical Society, Sharon Hospital and the Hotchkiss Library. The terrain within its 59 square miles is wide and varied, from the Housatonic River Valley on the town’s eastern flank to the highlands in its center to the rolling farms in the west. There are multiple conservation areas, forests and recreation spaces including the Appalachian Trail. Sharon is ideally located about 10 minutes from a Metro-North train station. Many notable artists, writers, actors and entrepreneurs seeking small-town charm in a rural, private setting have purchased weekend homes in Sharon over the years.

Sharon is a lovely rural community located in Litchfield County’s northwest corner. The town, which typifies an 18th-century New England village, was incorporated in October of 1739 and has a current population of about 2,800 residents. Its inviting, shaded village green – one of the largest in the state – is surrounded by beautifully maintained historic homes and serves as the focal point of the town. Here, residents gather for special events including the Christmas Tree Lighting and Carol Sing, the annual Sharon Classic Road Race to benefit the town’s daycare programs, and a popular craft sale that takes place each August.

Sharon is home to many respected attractions and entities including the Sharon Audubon Center, the Tri-Arts Playhouse, the Sharon Historical Society, Sharon Hospital and the Hotchkiss Library. The terrain within its 59 square miles is wide and varied, from the Housatonic River Valley on the town’s eastern flank to the highlands in its center to the rolling farms in the west. There are multiple conservation areas, forests and recreation spaces including the Appalachian Trail. Sharon is ideally located about 10 minutes from a Metro-North train station. Many notable artists, writers, actors and entrepreneurs seeking small-town charm in a rural, private setting have purchased weekend homes in Sharon over the years.

Sharon is a lovely rural community located in Litchfield County’s northwest corner. The town, which typifies an 18th-century New England village, was incorporated in October of 1739 and has a current population of about 2,800 residents. Its inviting, shaded village green – one of the largest in the state – is surrounded by beautifully maintained historic homes and serves as the focal point of the town. Here, residents gather for special events including the Christmas Tree Lighting and Carol Sing, the annual Sharon Classic Road Race to benefit the town’s daycare programs, and a popular craft sale that takes place each August.

Sharon is home to many respected attractions and entities including the Sharon Audubon Center, the Tri-Arts Playhouse, the Sharon Historical Society, Sharon Hospital and the Hotchkiss Library. The terrain within its 59 square miles is wide and varied, from the Housatonic River Valley on the town’s eastern flank to the highlands in its center to the rolling farms in the west. There are multiple conservation areas, forests and recreation spaces including the Appalachian Trail. Sharon is ideally located about 10 minutes from a Metro-North train station. Many notable artists, writers, actors and entrepreneurs seeking small-town charm in a rural, private setting have purchased weekend homes in Sharon over the years.

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Featured Listings

1 Great Elm Drive #1 & 2
Sharon, CT $5,500,000

1 Great Elm Drive #1 & 2

Sharon, CT

$5,500,000
  • 8 Beds
  • 7/2 Baths
  • 8,072 Sqft
1 Great Elm Drive #1 and 2
Sharon, CT $5,500,000

1 Great Elm Drive #1 and 2

Sharon, CT

$5,500,000
  • 8 Beds
  • 7/2 Baths
  • 8,072 Sqft
6 Claudia Lane
Sharon, CT $2,000,000

6 Claudia Lane

Sharon, CT

$2,000,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 7,099 Sqft
165 East Street
Sharon, CT $1,495,000

165 East Street

Sharon, CT

$1,495,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,524 Sqft
69 Swaller Hill Road
Sharon, CT $1,369,000

69 Swaller Hill Road

Sharon, CT

$1,369,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/2 Baths
  • 5,378 Sqft
15 Caray Hill Road
Sharon, CT $1,250,000

15 Caray Hill Road

Sharon, CT

$1,250,000
  • 55.83 Acres
25 Bowne Road
Sharon, CT $795,000

25 Bowne Road

Sharon, CT

$795,000
  • 29.61 Acres
Lot 5&6 0 Silver Hill Road
Sharon, CT $627,500

Lot 5&6 0 Silver Hill Road

Sharon, CT

$627,500
  • 17.60 Acres

Sharon

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Sharon

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

June 2024

3 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

June 2024 - Single Family Homes

$1.5M
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Percentage of Asking Price

June 2024 Single Family Homes

88%
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