MIDDLEBURY CT-REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT- JULY 2011
Middlebury CT home sale information has been all over the map in the last several months. While the number of sales has bee rather constant, the average sales prices have been everything but, yet overall in comparison to last year’s sales prices are still lower. Given the nature of the Middlebury CT market, sellers, you should expect your homes to remain on the market for a considerable amount of time before it sells.
The Middlebury CT homes for sale range from a 1264 sq. ft. 3 bedroom ranch being offered for $165,000 to a 9619 sq. ft. 6 bedroom colonial being offered for $2,298,000.
Here is a breakdown of the home prices in Middlebury CT:
The Middlebury CT homes that sold in June range from a 1470 sq. ft., 3 bedroom cape that sold for $192,000 to a 2678 sq. ft., 3 bedroom cape that sold for $395,000.
These are the six homes that sold in the Middlebury CT area in the month of June:
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©William James Walton, Sr. Market Report data provided by CTMLS. All data reported is accurate but not guaranteed at time of publication.
Courtesy of William James Walton, Sr. , Realtor, WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Briotti Group
Serving northern New Haven and southeastern Litchfield Counties (Waterbury, Wolcott, Prospect, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Watertown, Thomaston and Plymouth)
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