Derby

Shoreline, Connecticut

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The city of Derby in New Haven County may be small in size at just over 5 square miles, hence its motto as “Connecticut’s Smallest City,” but it offers residents an abundance of cultural, educational, recreational, community and entertainment opportunities.

The New Haven County city of Derby encompasses 5.4 square miles, making it Connecticut’s smallest city. But this vibrant community, located in the state’s southwest portion at the confluence of the Housatonic and Naugatuck rivers, makes a huge impression on those who live here or come to visit.
The city hosts a host of popular annual events for all ages and interests, including a parade, regatta, fireworks on the Fourth of July, and Summerfest on the Green. The city also offers a diverse selection of eateries, from fast food to sit-down dining, and it is known for its vibrant nightlife and popular craft brewery.
Derby is also home to Griffin Hospital, the largest employer in the city, and the city is served by volunteer firefighters in the Derby Fire Department, while emergency medical services have been provided by a paid ambulance and rescue corps since 1948.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a wealth of recreational options found at the 417-acre Osbornedale State Park, which offers field sports, hiking, ice skating, museum tours, picnicking, pond fishing and rental of pavilions for outings. Those looking to take a scenic hike or walk will enjoy visiting the Frank P. White Memorial Park on the east side of the city.
Residents enjoy easy access to various transportation options. The city has a Metro-North railroad station called Derby-Shelton, which is 69 miles from Grand Central Terminal, as well as bus service and several local airports within a range of about 14 miles.

The New Haven County city of Derby encompasses 5.4 square miles, making it Connecticut’s smallest city. But this vibrant community, located in the state’s southwest portion at the confluence of the Housatonic and Naugatuck rivers, makes a huge impression on those who live here or come to visit.
The city hosts a host of popular annual events for all ages and interests, including a parade, regatta, fireworks on the Fourth of July, and Summerfest on the Green. The city also offers a diverse selection of eateries, from fast food to sit-down dining, and it is known for its vibrant nightlife and popular craft brewery.
Derby is also home to Griffin Hospital, the largest employer in the city, and the city is served by volunteer firefighters in the Derby Fire Department, while emergency medical services have been provided by a paid ambulance and rescue corps since 1948.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a wealth of recreational options found at the 417-acre Osbornedale State Park, which offers field sports, hiking, ice skating, museum tours, picnicking, pond fishing and rental of pavilions for outings. Those looking to take a scenic hike or walk will enjoy visiting the Frank P. White Memorial Park on the east side of the city.
Residents enjoy easy access to various transportation options. The city has a Metro-North railroad station called Derby-Shelton, which is 69 miles from Grand Central Terminal, as well as bus service and several local airports within a range of about 14 miles.

The New Haven County city of Derby encompasses 5.4 square miles, making it Connecticut’s smallest city. But this vibrant community, located in the state’s southwest portion at the confluence of the Housatonic and Naugatuck rivers, makes a huge impression on those who live here or come to visit.
The city hosts a host of popular annual events for all ages and interests, including a parade, regatta, fireworks on the Fourth of July, and Summerfest on the Green. The city also offers a diverse selection of eateries, from fast food to sit-down dining, and it is known for its vibrant nightlife and popular craft brewery.
Derby is also home to Griffin Hospital, the largest employer in the city, and the city is served by volunteer firefighters in the Derby Fire Department, while emergency medical services have been provided by a paid ambulance and rescue corps since 1948.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a wealth of recreational options found at the 417-acre Osbornedale State Park, which offers field sports, hiking, ice skating, museum tours, picnicking, pond fishing and rental of pavilions for outings. Those looking to take a scenic hike or walk will enjoy visiting the Frank P. White Memorial Park on the east side of the city.
Residents enjoy easy access to various transportation options. The city has a Metro-North railroad station called Derby-Shelton, which is 69 miles from Grand Central Terminal, as well as bus service and several local airports within a range of about 14 miles.

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Featured Listings

10 East Bassett Lane
Derby, CT $599,000

10 East Bassett Lane

Derby, CT

$599,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,739 Sqft
418 Roosevelt Drive
Derby, CT $1,200,000

418 Roosevelt Drive

Derby, CT

$1,200,000
  • 12,000 Sqft
52 Prospect Street
Derby, CT $899,000

52 Prospect Street

Derby, CT

$899,000
  • 11 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 4,022 Sqft
38 Hillcrest Drive
Woodbridge, CT $759,995

38 Hillcrest Drive

Woodbridge, CT

$759,995
  • 3 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,486 Sqft
433 Roosevelt Drive
Derby, CT $650,000

433 Roosevelt Drive

Derby, CT

$650,000
  • 3,000 Sqft
95 Roosevelt Drive
Derby, CT $625,000

95 Roosevelt Drive

Derby, CT

$625,000
  • 2 Baths
  • 5,960 Sqft
26 Derby Neck Road
Derby, CT $619,900

26 Derby Neck Road

Derby, CT

$619,900
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,442 Sqft
1 Krakow Street
Derby, CT $599,000

1 Krakow Street

Derby, CT

$599,000
  • 10,410 Sqft

Derby

Area Map

Derby is within Shoreline, Connecticut and borders Woodbridge, Orange and Shelton.

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

May 2024

9 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

May 2024 - Single Family Homes

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May 2024 Single Family Homes

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Derby, Connecticut