Madison

Madison is a unique town graced by the Sound to the south and by farms and woodlands to the north.

Its ambiance includes a little something for everyone. The New Haven County community is home to the state’s longest shoreline park, Hammonasset State Park, with more than two miles of beach that invites swimming, fishing, sunbathing, nature hikes, biking and a variety of water sports. Madison’s southern section hugs Long Island Sound, while woodlands, farms and open space grace its northern section. The town gracefully blends urban sophistication with small-town charm.

Madison’s quaint, inviting Main Street area has the Madison Art Cinema and an award-winning bookstore that attracts celebrity authors. In town, excellent restaurants, quaint sandwich and sweet shops, and clothing and gift boutiques are also found. In addition, the town green hosts a variety of summer art and craft fairs, antique shows, musical performances, a pet parade and a summer farmers market. Community involvement plays a key role in the town’s character. Madison boasts a sterling reputation for its vast recreational programs, youth sports and school system. A point of pride for residents is the historic E. C. Scranton Library, which contains expansive collections of books and reference materials. The elegant library, which draws several hundred visitors daily, was designed by the architect Henry Bacon, who also designed the Lincoln Memorial.

Its ambiance includes a little something for everyone. The New Haven County community is home to the state’s longest shoreline park, Hammonasset State Park, with more than two miles of beach that invites swimming, fishing, sunbathing, nature hikes, biking and a variety of water sports. Madison’s southern section hugs Long Island Sound, while woodlands, farms and open space grace its northern section. The town gracefully blends urban sophistication with small-town charm.

Madison’s quaint, inviting Main Street area has the Madison Art Cinema and an award-winning bookstore that attracts celebrity authors. In town, excellent restaurants, quaint sandwich and sweet shops, and clothing and gift boutiques are also found. In addition, the town green hosts a variety of summer art and craft fairs, antique shows, musical performances, a pet parade and a summer farmers market. Community involvement plays a key role in the town’s character. Madison boasts a sterling reputation for its vast recreational programs, youth sports and school system. A point of pride for residents is the historic E. C. Scranton Library, which contains expansive collections of books and reference materials. The elegant library, which draws several hundred visitors daily, was designed by the architect Henry Bacon, who also designed the Lincoln Memorial.

Its ambiance includes a little something for everyone. The New Haven County community is home to the state’s longest shoreline park, Hammonasset State Park, with more than two miles of beach that invites swimming, fishing, sunbathing, nature hikes, biking and a variety of water sports. Madison’s southern section hugs Long Island Sound, while woodlands, farms and open space grace its northern section. The town gracefully blends urban sophistication with small-town charm.

Madison’s quaint, inviting Main Street area has the Madison Art Cinema and an award-winning bookstore that attracts celebrity authors. In town, excellent restaurants, quaint sandwich and sweet shops, and clothing and gift boutiques are also found. In addition, the town green hosts a variety of summer art and craft fairs, antique shows, musical performances, a pet parade and a summer farmers market. Community involvement plays a key role in the town’s character. Madison boasts a sterling reputation for its vast recreational programs, youth sports and school system. A point of pride for residents is the historic E. C. Scranton Library, which contains expansive collections of books and reference materials. The elegant library, which draws several hundred visitors daily, was designed by the architect Henry Bacon, who also designed the Lincoln Memorial.

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Featured Listings

118 Middle Beach Road
Madison, CT $2,975,000

118 Middle Beach Road

Madison, CT

$2,975,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 5/2 Baths
  • 5,075 Sqft
35 Seaview Avenue
Madison, CT $2,700,000

35 Seaview Avenue

Madison, CT

$2,700,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,376 Sqft
17 Hilltop Drive
Madison, CT $1,699,000

17 Hilltop Drive

Madison, CT

$1,699,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,510 Sqft
15 Windward Lane
Madison, CT $1,695,000

15 Windward Lane

Madison, CT

$1,695,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 2,704 Sqft
50 Copperfield Drive
Madison, CT $1,695,000

50 Copperfield Drive

Madison, CT

$1,695,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,849 Sqft
51 Buck Hill Road
Madison, CT $1,675,000

51 Buck Hill Road

Madison, CT

$1,675,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 5/2 Baths
  • 4,994 Sqft
936 Boston Post Road
Madison, CT $1,625,000

936 Boston Post Road

Madison, CT

$1,625,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 2,553 Sqft
29 Manzoni Farm Drive
Madison, CT $1,299,000

29 Manzoni Farm Drive

Madison, CT

$1,299,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 4,223 Sqft

Madison

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Madison

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

May 2024

19 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

May 2024 - Single Family Homes

$920K
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Percentage of Asking Price

May 2024 Single Family Homes

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