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Connecticut Luxury Homes and Prestigious Real Estate for sale State of Connecticut

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The state of Connecticut perfectly represents the sophistication and charm of New England, a region consisting of six states on the Northeastern Atlantic coast of the USA. Connecticut is well known for its fine properties: from its array of exclusive waterfront communities along the Long Island Sound to its prestigious lakeside mansions and picturesque equestrian clubs. The luxury real estate market in Connecticut is emphatically prosperous: Connecticut has the most multimillion dollar homes of any American state after California. A few coveted locations for high-end properties include Greenwich, Darien, New Haven, Hartford, Westport, New Canaan, and Bridgeport, among many others. The exclusive city of Greenwich was the location of the most expensive single-family home in the US, a waterfront estate with an asking price of $190 million. Known for its wealthy Wall Street executives and yachting community, the city of Greenwich has some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the US. Yet the wealthiest town in Connecticut is New Canaan, with an average per capita income of $100,824.This quaint city is characterized by its green parks and quintessentially New England buildings, as well as excellent restaurants and shopping. The city of Westport is popular among artists, writers and performers and is known for its music venues, art galleries and antique stores. Hartford, the state's capital and home of writer Mark Twain, is a sophisticated urban center with much to offer in terms of high-end condos, high-rise apartments and stately mansions. The same can be said about the city of New Haven, home of Yale University. Connecticut is where urban sophistication blends with bucolic elegance. Its rolling green hills and rippling ponds are truly a pleasure to behold, and its close proximity to Boston and New York City make it an attractive location to purchase a luxury property.

  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 3,967,500
    975 m² 9 6
    Presented by Helene M Barre
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in New Canaan, Fairfield County
    € 6,058,300
    1,150 m² 8 6
    Presented by Robert Blosio
    COLLECTION
  • Townhouse in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 1,377,500
    156 m² 3 3
    Presented by Susie Quinn
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 8,013,600
    1,342 m² 11 7
    Presented by Bradley Hvolbeck
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 9,584,500
    1,207 m² 9 5
    Presented by James Lacerenza
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in New Canaan, Fairfield County
    € 3,561,900
    1,039 m² 11 6
    Presented by Jaime Sneddon
    COLLECTION
  • Luxury home in New Canaan, Fairfield County
    € 3,432,600
    1,036 m² 9 6
    Presented by Martha Perry
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 4,547,100
    761 m² 9 7
    Presented by Fifi Sheridan
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in New Canaan, Fairfield County
    € 3,388,000
    952 m² 8 6
    Presented by Inger Stringfellow
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Westport, Fairfield County
    € 1,738,500
    598 m² 5 5
    Presented by Lynn Fraund
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 4,453,500
    598 m² 5 4
    Presented by Leslie L McElwreath
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Ridgefield, Fairfield County
    € 2,402,800
    633 m² 8 4
    Presented by David Everson
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 6,236,600
    431 m² 6 6
    Presented by Amy Rabenhorst
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in New Fairfield, Fairfield County
    € 3,116,100
    949 m² 7 6
    Presented by Laura Freed Ancona
    COLLECTION
  • Detached House in Old Greenwich, Fairfield County
    € 9,357,200
    793 m² 8 7
    Presented by Leslie L McElwreath
    COLLECTION