Fairfield County

Real Estate

´╗┐MARCH 2019
Connecticut homeowners face many possible new taxes in the upcoming year, presenting negative consequences to our already slow housing market.

Single Family Home Sale Statistics - February 2019
(as reported by the SmartMLS)
Quick recap: Sales for the month were 181 down by 13 from last month. Sales over $2.0 million accounted for about 5% which is a bit lower than the usual 8%. Sales below $1.0 million were at 73% which is slightly higher than last month. To view stats from last month, click here.

For more specific information on your town or neighborhood, contact me.

What's the biggest advantage we have in our real estate market? Diversity. Fairfield County has something for everyone, regardless of budget.
Below are the highest and lowest sales for February 2019
Top Sale for February
35 Close Road, Greenwich
Sale price: $11,180,000

A South Hampton style home in a supreme lake front setting with water frontage and vistas of Wilshire Lake featuring over 16,000 square feet of living space, 22 rooms, 8 bedrooms, 11 full and 2 partial baths, 7 fireplaces and sitting on over 5 acres of land.

This property was on the market for over 547 days with an original asking price of $12,000,000.
Lowest sale for February
51 Baxter Drive, Norwalk,

Sale price: $204,200

A Cape Cod style home built in 1950, located in a South Norwalk waterfront neighborhood, the home features 1300 square feet of living space, 7 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 fireplace and sits on .09 acre of land.

This property was on the market for about 147 days and was originally listed for $199,000. Selling for over the asking price.
Elizabeth Tardif

CT Licensed Broker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage