Orange

Orange

Shoreline, Connecticut

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Despite a post-war surge in residential construction in the 1940s, the former farming community of Orange has managed to retain its rural, small-town New England charm.

Today, residents take pride in their town’s wide range of community services, a school system known for its academics and athletics, and its historical roots. The 17.6-square-mile New Haven County town of about 14,000 residents enjoys a healthy retail scene along the Boston Post Road corridor. Orange is home to major corporate headquarters including Pez candy, which invites guests to stroll an interactive visitor center that is sure to delight the young and young-at-heart. The town’s roots are reflected throughout the Orange Center Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two highly anticipated events draw throngs of residents and visitors to the fairgrounds at the High Plains Community Center each year: the Orange Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and the Orange Country Fair. Orange has easy access to Interstate-95 and the Wilbur Cross Parkway. Several major routes, including U.S. Route 1 and Route 34, traverse the town.

Today, residents take pride in their town’s wide range of community services, a school system known for its academics and athletics, and its historical roots. The 17.6-square-mile New Haven County town of about 14,000 residents enjoys a healthy retail scene along the Boston Post Road corridor. Orange is home to major corporate headquarters including Pez candy, which invites guests to stroll an interactive visitor center that is sure to delight the young and young-at-heart. The town’s roots are reflected throughout the Orange Center Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two highly anticipated events draw throngs of residents and visitors to the fairgrounds at the High Plains Community Center each year: the Orange Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and the Orange Country Fair. Orange has easy access to Interstate-95 and the Wilbur Cross Parkway. Several major routes, including U.S. Route 1 and Route 34, traverse the town.

Today, residents take pride in their town’s wide range of community services, a school system known for its academics and athletics, and its historical roots. The 17.6-square-mile New Haven County town of about 14,000 residents enjoys a healthy retail scene along the Boston Post Road corridor. Orange is home to major corporate headquarters including Pez candy, which invites guests to stroll an interactive visitor center that is sure to delight the young and young-at-heart. The town’s roots are reflected throughout the Orange Center Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two highly anticipated events draw throngs of residents and visitors to the fairgrounds at the High Plains Community Center each year: the Orange Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and the Orange Country Fair. Orange has easy access to Interstate-95 and the Wilbur Cross Parkway. Several major routes, including U.S. Route 1 and Route 34, traverse the town.

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Lifestyle Features

Lifestyle Feature

Shoreline Living

Right along the eastern Connecticut shoreline lie a great many spectacular homes for sale that enjoy direct frontage along Long Island Sound. View the serene waters directly from your living room or your yard, and watch the boats sailing to the horizon. Here you can uncover all of the exceptional opportunities for waterfront living now available on Connecticut’s shoreline.

Deep Water Docks

The Connecticut shoreline is home to some of the most beautiful direct shorefront listings available, many with their own deep water docks for immediate access to water recreation. Explore the many dock-equipped properties now for sale on the Connecticut shoreline.

Beach Access

You never have to venture far to enjoy the immaculate white-sand beach at these Long Island Sound-front properties on the Connecticut shoreline. Start searching for the many lovely direct beachfront properties currently on the market and ripe for discovery.

Lifestyle Feature

Golf Living

Some properties are within a few minutes’ drive; others are situated adjacent to or even directly on the beautiful golf green. The country club environment is a must-have for many, and for those who are after the golf lifestyle, Fairfield County has a number of superb offerings to consider. Begin exploring the assortment of golf-style listings now on the market in Fairfield County.

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Featured Listings

600 Ridge Road
Orange, CT $1,050,000

600 Ridge Road

Orange, CT

$1,050,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 5,450 Sqft
Edison Road
Orange, CT $12,600,000

Edison Road

Orange, CT

$12,600,000
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99 Marsh Hill Road
Orange, CT $3,700,000

99 Marsh Hill Road

Orange, CT

$3,700,000
  • 3.70 Acres
190 Boston Post Road
Orange, CT $3,550,000

190 Boston Post Road

Orange, CT

$3,550,000
  • 28,760 Sqft
403 Derby Avenue
Orange, CT $3,000,000

403 Derby Avenue

Orange, CT

$3,000,000
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17 Ironwood Way
Orange, CT $1,049,000

17 Ironwood Way

Orange, CT

$1,049,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 5,045 Sqft
271 Peck Lane
Orange, CT $949,000

271 Peck Lane

Orange, CT

$949,000
  • 0.00 Baths
  • 174,240 Sqft
46 Skyview Road
Orange, CT $899,900

46 Skyview Road

Orange, CT

$899,900
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths

Orange

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

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Market Snapshot

Units Sold

November 2017

15 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

November 2017 - Single Family Homes

$341K
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Percentage of Asking Price

November 2017 Single Family Homes

99%
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99%
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