Kent CT Real Estate Sales May 2010
Home sales in Kent, , Litchfield County, CT, for May 2010.
Currently in Kent, CT there are 71 single family homes for sale. The average list price is $814,393. The average market time is 173 days.
The highest price home is $3,800,000, a beautiful post and beam barn style home overlooking Lake Waramaug, and part of the South Spectacle Lake community.
The lowest price home is listed at $150,000, a cottage overlooking Hatch Pond on Sumner Road. This home is a short sale.
Of the 71 single family homes for sale in Kent, CT, 2 are under deposit. The first is a cottage on North Spectacle Lake listed for $349,000. The other is a magnificent home on Sawyer Hill Road listed for $2.300,000.
Currently there are 6 homes that are in the pending sale status. The average list price of these homes is $1,582,333. The average market time for these homes is 197 days.
2 homes sold in May of 2010 in Kent, CT. One sold on Bulls Bridge Rd for $657,500. The second home sold on Spooner Hill for $1,500,000.
Kent, CT is a wonderful choice for a luxury second home in Litchfield County. Located 90 minutes from Manhattan, and a short distance from the Harlem Valley Wingdale Train Station of Metro North, Kent, CT is easily accessible for a weekend retreat. Artists abound in the quaint village, tucked in the hills of Litchfield County. All in all a wonderful place to live! Great schools, wonderful shops and restaurants, picturesque Connecticut Countryside.
(Statistical information obtained from Greater Fairfield County “CMLS”. This information is deemed reliable but not necessarily accurate. The statistics obtained are only as good as the agents who input the information, clerical errors and omissions may be present that I am unaware of.)
Andrea Swiedler, Realtor, Southern Litchfield County Real Estate
2017 President, Greater New Milford Board of Realtors
2017 Connecticut Magazine 5 Star Realtor
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Litchfield County Regional Office,375 Danbury Rd, New Milford, CT 06776
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