Litchfield Hills

Connecticut

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Steeped in historic charm, the scenic Litchfield Hills offers gracious country living amid a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities.

 

Tucked away in Connecticut’s rural northwest corner, Litchfield County encompasses 945 square miles, making it the largest county in the state. Known as the Litchfield Hills, the county, with 25 towns, two boroughs and two cities, is also the state’s least populated. Long a weekend enclave for artists and writers, the area boasts lovely historic homes, charming farmhouses and grand estates amid a stunning setting of pristine lakes, lush forests and rolling hills. The countryside evokes classic New England charm with its meandering stone walls, quaint antiques shops, historic inns, winding back roads, verdant wineries and fertile farmland.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a plethora of recreational options, from hiking the Appalachian Trail to fly fishing on the Housatonic or water-skiing, boating or sailing on one of the county’s many pristine lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy annual events and festivities, including old-time country fairs, arts and crafts festivals, the Litchfield Jazz Festival, historic house tours, community theater, top-notch music venues and so much more.

 

Tucked away in Connecticut’s rural northwest corner, Litchfield County encompasses 945 square miles, making it the largest county in the state. Known as the Litchfield Hills, the county, with 25 towns, two boroughs and two cities, is also the state’s least populated. Long a weekend enclave for artists and writers, the area boasts lovely historic homes, charming farmhouses and grand estates amid a stunning setting of pristine lakes, lush forests and rolling hills. The countryside evokes classic New England charm with its meandering stone walls, quaint antiques shops, historic inns, winding back roads, verdant wineries and fertile farmland.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a plethora of recreational options, from hiking the Appalachian Trail to fly fishing on the Housatonic or water-skiing, boating or sailing on one of the county’s many pristine lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy annual events and festivities, including old-time country fairs, arts and crafts festivals, the Litchfield Jazz Festival, historic house tours, community theater, top-notch music venues and so much more.

 

Tucked away in Connecticut’s rural northwest corner, Litchfield County encompasses 945 square miles, making it the largest county in the state. Known as the Litchfield Hills, the county, with 25 towns, two boroughs and two cities, is also the state’s least populated. Long a weekend enclave for artists and writers, the area boasts lovely historic homes, charming farmhouses and grand estates amid a stunning setting of pristine lakes, lush forests and rolling hills. The countryside evokes classic New England charm with its meandering stone walls, quaint antiques shops, historic inns, winding back roads, verdant wineries and fertile farmland.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a plethora of recreational options, from hiking the Appalachian Trail to fly fishing on the Housatonic or water-skiing, boating or sailing on one of the county’s many pristine lakes. Residents and visitors enjoy annual events and festivities, including old-time country fairs, arts and crafts festivals, the Litchfield Jazz Festival, historic house tours, community theater, top-notch music venues and so much more.

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Litchfield Hills

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Litchfield Hills is in Connecticut and borders Fairfield County, The Berkshires.

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Litchfield Hills

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

January 2024

70 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

January 2024 - Single Family Homes

$509K
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Percentage of Asking Price

January 2024 Single Family Homes

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Featured Listings

42 Nettleton Hollow Road
Washington, CT $5,800,000

42 Nettleton Hollow Road

Washington, CT

$5,800,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 6/2 Baths
  • 9,806 Sqft
00 Winchester Road
Norfolk, CT $5,000,000

00 Winchester Road

Norfolk, CT

$5,000,000
  • 128.24 Acres
353 Twin Lakes Road
Salisbury, CT $3,495,000

353 Twin Lakes Road

Salisbury, CT

$3,495,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 6/1 Baths
  • 4,212 Sqft
37 Popple Swamp Road
Washington, CT $3,350,000

37 Popple Swamp Road

Washington, CT

$3,350,000
  • 121.50 Acres
63 Main Street
Salisbury, CT $2,400,000

63 Main Street

Salisbury, CT

$2,400,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 6,647 Sqft
234 Gay Street
Sharon, CT $2,250,000

234 Gay Street

Sharon, CT

$2,250,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,432 Sqft
00 L1 Willow Brook Drive
Roxbury, CT $2,203,920

00 L1 Willow Brook Drive

Roxbury, CT

$2,203,920
  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 5,508 Sqft
55 Prospect Street
Litchfield, CT $1,995,000

55 Prospect Street

Litchfield, CT

$1,995,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 4/2 Baths
  • 4,528 Sqft
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