Torrington


Torrington, the largest community in Litchfield County, has served as the commercial and industrial center of northwest Connecticut for more than a century. The city, which contains the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in Connecticut, has been classified as a national historic district. Torrington is also known for its scenic beauty, strong sense of community and thriving cultural center.

Today, Torrington’s revitalized downtown reflects an eclectic mix of retail shops, art galleries, antiques dealers, restaurants and specialty shops. City leaders and supporters work harmoniously to preserve the city’s downtown hub and promote it as a thriving cultural center. The historic downtown area, anchored by the Warner Theatre and the Nutmeg Conservatory, is the site each summer of an open air marketplace featuring food, music and dance performances and a variety of vendors and attractions. The city is also home to numerous parks, including the beautifully landscaped Coe Memorial Park, the site of summer concerts on the green and Torrington’s annual Heritage Days celebration. With its lush green lawns, flowing water fountain, benches and seasonal show of blossoming flowers and plants, the park is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors. Another popular park, located on the city’s outskirts, is Burr Pond State Park, which offers a plethora of recreational options including swimming, picnicking, hiking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

Torrington, the largest community in Litchfield County, has served as the commercial and industrial center of northwest Connecticut for more than a century. The city, which contains the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in Connecticut, has been classified as a national historic district. Torrington is also known for its scenic beauty, strong sense of community and thriving cultural center.

Today, Torrington’s revitalized downtown reflects an eclectic mix of retail shops, art galleries, antiques dealers, restaurants and specialty shops. City leaders and supporters work harmoniously to preserve the city’s downtown hub and promote it as a thriving cultural center. The historic downtown area, anchored by the Warner Theatre and the Nutmeg Conservatory, is the site each summer of an open air marketplace featuring food, music and dance performances and a variety of vendors and attractions. The city is also home to numerous parks, including the beautifully landscaped Coe Memorial Park, the site of summer concerts on the green and Torrington’s annual Heritage Days celebration. With its lush green lawns, flowing water fountain, benches and seasonal show of blossoming flowers and plants, the park is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors. Another popular park, located on the city’s outskirts, is Burr Pond State Park, which offers a plethora of recreational options including swimming, picnicking, hiking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

Torrington, the largest community in Litchfield County, has served as the commercial and industrial center of northwest Connecticut for more than a century. The city, which contains the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in Connecticut, has been classified as a national historic district. Torrington is also known for its scenic beauty, strong sense of community and thriving cultural center.

Today, Torrington’s revitalized downtown reflects an eclectic mix of retail shops, art galleries, antiques dealers, restaurants and specialty shops. City leaders and supporters work harmoniously to preserve the city’s downtown hub and promote it as a thriving cultural center. The historic downtown area, anchored by the Warner Theatre and the Nutmeg Conservatory, is the site each summer of an open air marketplace featuring food, music and dance performances and a variety of vendors and attractions. The city is also home to numerous parks, including the beautifully landscaped Coe Memorial Park, the site of summer concerts on the green and Torrington’s annual Heritage Days celebration. With its lush green lawns, flowing water fountain, benches and seasonal show of blossoming flowers and plants, the park is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors. Another popular park, located on the city’s outskirts, is Burr Pond State Park, which offers a plethora of recreational options including swimming, picnicking, hiking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

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Featured Listings

7 Deercrest Drive
Torrington, CT $325,000

7 Deercrest Drive

Torrington, CT

$325,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,160 Sqft
270 Cliffside Drive
Torrington, CT $269,000

270 Cliffside Drive

Torrington, CT

$269,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,584 Sqft
141 Torringford West Street
Torrington, CT $265,000

141 Torringford West Street

Torrington, CT

$265,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,675 Sqft
473 Evergreen Road
Torrington, CT $239,000

473 Evergreen Road

Torrington, CT

$239,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,584 Sqft
357 Ledge Drive
Torrington, CT $219,000

357 Ledge Drive

Torrington, CT

$219,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,154 Sqft
104 Hillside Avenue
Torrington, CT $199,000

104 Hillside Avenue

Torrington, CT

$199,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,056 Sqft
87 Migeon Avenue
Torrington, CT $1,400/mo

87 Migeon Avenue

Torrington, CT

$1,400/mo
  • 6 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 4,064 Sqft
1301 Torringford West Street #2 Lot Package
Torrington, CT $4,300,000

1301 Torringford West Street #2 Lot Package

Torrington, CT

$4,300,000
  • 97.15 Acres

Torrington

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Torrington

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

February 2024

32 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

February 2024 - Single Family Homes

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February 2024 Single Family Homes

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