Milford

Shoreline, Connecticut

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Milford describes itself as “A Small City With a Big Heart,” and anyone who has resided in or visited this lovely coastal city in southwestern New Haven County can understand why.

Home to about 53,000 residents, Milford boasts a vibrant retail scene, strong community involvement as well as myriad cultural, educational and recreational opportunities.

Its welcoming city green, the second longest in New England, is home to a charming gazebo and stately memorials honoring those who have served in various conflicts. Celebrations, parades, arts and crafts fairs, and the highly anticipated Oyster Festival take place here throughout the seasons. Clustered around the lush, expansive green are dozens of retail shops, fine dining establishments, unique boutiques and small businesses. Roughly 17 miles of Long Island Sound coastline funnel into Milford’s scenic harbor, and an elegant stone Memorial Bridge remembers the city’s first settlers. In addition, this coastal community is home to numerous private and city beaches as well as Silver Sands State Park. The Lisman Landing Marina is a haven for boaters, and those who enjoy nature will find much to see and learn at the Connecticut Audubon Center at Milford Point, which offers unrivaled views of Long Island Sound as well as the estuary and its inhabitants. The center contains numerous exhibits and hosts ongoing programs for all ages.

The city enjoys a bustling business scene as well. It is home to an active Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Milford Business Association, as well as numerous veterans’ organizations, an arts council and a historical society dedicated to preserving the city’s past. Commuters enjoy easy access to a conveniently located Metro-North rail station.

Home to about 53,000 residents, Milford boasts a vibrant retail scene, strong community involvement as well as myriad cultural, educational and recreational opportunities.

Its welcoming city green, the second longest in New England, is home to a charming gazebo and stately memorials honoring those who have served in various conflicts. Celebrations, parades, arts and crafts fairs, and the highly anticipated Oyster Festival take place here throughout the seasons. Clustered around the lush, expansive green are dozens of retail shops, fine dining establishments, unique boutiques and small businesses. Roughly 17 miles of Long Island Sound coastline funnel into Milford’s scenic harbor, and an elegant stone Memorial Bridge remembers the city’s first settlers. In addition, this coastal community is home to numerous private and city beaches as well as Silver Sands State Park. The Lisman Landing Marina is a haven for boaters, and those who enjoy nature will find much to see and learn at the Connecticut Audubon Center at Milford Point, which offers unrivaled views of Long Island Sound as well as the estuary and its inhabitants. The center contains numerous exhibits and hosts ongoing programs for all ages.

The city enjoys a bustling business scene as well. It is home to an active Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Milford Business Association, as well as numerous veterans’ organizations, an arts council and a historical society dedicated to preserving the city’s past. Commuters enjoy easy access to a conveniently located Metro-North rail station.

Home to about 53,000 residents, Milford boasts a vibrant retail scene, strong community involvement as well as myriad cultural, educational and recreational opportunities.

Its welcoming city green, the second longest in New England, is home to a charming gazebo and stately memorials honoring those who have served in various conflicts. Celebrations, parades, arts and crafts fairs, and the highly anticipated Oyster Festival take place here throughout the seasons. Clustered around the lush, expansive green are dozens of retail shops, fine dining establishments, unique boutiques and small businesses. Roughly 17 miles of Long Island Sound coastline funnel into Milford’s scenic harbor, and an elegant stone Memorial Bridge remembers the city’s first settlers. In addition, this coastal community is home to numerous private and city beaches as well as Silver Sands State Park. The Lisman Landing Marina is a haven for boaters, and those who enjoy nature will find much to see and learn at the Connecticut Audubon Center at Milford Point, which offers unrivaled views of Long Island Sound as well as the estuary and its inhabitants. The center contains numerous exhibits and hosts ongoing programs for all ages.

The city enjoys a bustling business scene as well. It is home to an active Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Milford Business Association, as well as numerous veterans’ organizations, an arts council and a historical society dedicated to preserving the city’s past. Commuters enjoy easy access to a conveniently located Metro-North rail station.

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Featured Listings

283 1st Avenue
Milford, CT $995,000

283 1st Avenue

Milford, CT

$995,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 3/2 Baths
  • 4,447 Sqft
256 Seaside Avenue
Milford, CT $700,000

256 Seaside Avenue

Milford, CT

$700,000
  • 4,454 Sqft
150 Maple Street
Milford, CT $550,000

150 Maple Street

Milford, CT

$550,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 2,421 Sqft
34 Elaine Road
Milford, CT $429,900

34 Elaine Road

Milford, CT

$429,900
  • 3 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 1,164 Sqft
59 East Broadway #D
Milford, CT $1,550/mo

59 East Broadway #D

Milford, CT

$1,550/mo
  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 902 Sqft
61 Shell Avenue
Milford, CT $3,425,000

61 Shell Avenue

Milford, CT

$3,425,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 5,001 Sqft
9 Stowe Avenue
Milford, CT $2,700,000

9 Stowe Avenue

Milford, CT

$2,700,000
  • 7 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 6,538 Sqft
417 Gulf Street
Milford, CT $2,550,000

417 Gulf Street

Milford, CT

$2,550,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 4/1 Baths
  • 4,480 Sqft

Milford

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Milford is within Shoreline, Connecticut and borders Orange, Shelton, Stratford and West Haven.

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

April 2021

72 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

April 2021 - Single Family Homes

$345K
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Percentage of Asking Price

April 2021 Single Family Homes

98%
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