Home sales in Bridgewater, Connecticut have been sluggish, but don't count 2011 as a bust yet!
Currently in Bridgewater, CT there are 45 single family homes for sale. Average list price is $1,091,736. Prices range from a modest 948 sf home on Hut Hill Rd built in the 1950's offered at $219,000 to an estate on Garrity Lane offered at $2,500,000. The average market time for homes in Bridgewater, CT is showing at 195 days.
Of the single family homes currently listed for sale in Bridgewater, CT, 3 are showing as being under deposit. This is good news if all goes well with the progress, it will boost the sales up for the year!
Bridgewater, CT is tucked in between New Milford, Roxbury, Brookfield, Southbury and Newtown. Easy access to I-84 makes Bridgewater, CT a very convenient location for commuting. Bridgewater is less than 90 minutes from New York City, which makes this a popular spot for a Connecticut Country Home. The last census showed a population of 1,824, I am sure it has grown a bit since then.
Bridgewater is 17.3 square miles of eye candy, if you like the Normal Rockwell-esque old town beautiful countryside type of place! Bridgewater, CT has maintained its small town charm, home of the famous Bridgewater Country Fair and the Bridgewater Tractor Parade, Bridgewater pays homage to its agrarian roots, the hillsides are dotted with horses and cows and beautiful sprawling farms and country estates. I marvel each and every time I drive through Bridgewater, CT at the natural beauty, and how hard the residents work to preserve its great history in the antiques throughout the town. Another claim to fame, Bridgewater is the last remaining dry town in Connecticut! Lake Lillinonah runs through Bridgewater, CT providing fishing and boating opportunities.
Spend some time getting to know the townsfolk at the Bridgewater Village Store, have a great breakfast or lunch, sit and talk with the locals. It is a long standing tradition in Bridgewater, CT and I am sure that many decisions have been made while having a cup of coffee in the store! From antiques to newer homes, estates to comfortable residences, Bridgewater offers that quintessential Connecticut country lifestyle.
For full time residents with school aged children, The Burnham School, set in the heart of downtown Bridgewater offers elementary school classes, from there the students go on to Shepaug Valley Middle School and Shepaug Valley High School, joining the children from Roxbury and Washington, CT. Bridgewater, CT is part of the Connecticut School District No. 12.
Local area market research data provided by CMLS, information deemed reliable, but not necessarily accurate.
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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