Sunday, November 19, 2017
The Stonington Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the median sales price for homes, the number of sales, the average price per square foot for homes, the number of homes for sale, and the average listing price of Stonington homes for sale.
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Saturday, November 18, 2017
Little Narragansett Bay is an inlet sheltered by a curving peninsula, known as Napatree Point. It is an estuary of the Pawcatuck River on the Rhode Island and Connecticut state line. It is also the site of the resort village of Watch Hill, Rhode Island.
Sandy Point, Elihu Island, and Barn Island are located on the bay. Sandy Point was separated by the Hurricane of 1938 from Napatree Point. It now begins about 1/4 mile east of Stonington Borough, and runs approximately 1 1/2 miles east-southeast.
Friday, November 17, 2017
The Mystic Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the median sales price for homes, the number of sales, the average price per square foot for homes, the number of homes for sale, and the average listing price of Mystic homes for sale
CNN selects Mystic as a BEST seaside escape.CNN just selected Mystic, Connecticut as one of five “Summer hideaways: Best U.S. Seaside escapes.” Very cool and we agree of course.
“Drowsy port towns aren’t trying to make it big. They’re content to sit quietly idle without the throngs of trend-seekers in search of a place to deem the next hotspot. That’s why we like them. Seaside towns are a mainstay of the summer months….
Visit the article to see what CNN had to say about our little town and region. We’re right in there with Nantucket, Massachusetts; Ogunquit, Maine; Watch Hill, RI (our beautiful neighbor); and Pacific Grove, California
Mystic neighborhoods include Pequotsepos, Old Mystic, Greenmanville, Downtown Mystic and Masons Island.
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Thursday, November 16, 2017
"Ranged along Rope Ferry Road (Route 156) in Waterford are a group of 31 houses and other buildings, predominantly plainly detailed and mid-19th century in origin. Nearly all the buildings were at one time associated with granite quarrying, formerly a major industry in Waterford. Since at least the 1860s the settlement has been known as "Graniteville, an appellation that also was applied to the residence of quarry-owner John B. Palmer. In addition to residential buildings, the Graniteville Historic District includes the ca.1878 two-room Graniteville School and three barns, including a simple small board-sided barn with an unusual stone end and a Gothic Revival-detailed barn with a cupola.
Most of the buildings are plain structures with little in the way of decorative architectural detail. Some date from ca.1800, before the granite industry took hold, and exhibit the three- or five-bay broad-side facade, center-chimney form common in vernacular New England architecture as far back as the Colonial period. The mid-19th century buildings mostly have their gable ends facing the road, and many of those also have little architectural embellishment. Others exhibit Greek Revival elements such as pilaster-and-lintel entrance treatments, full cornice returns, and corner pilasters. Two features normally associated with earlier Federal style architecture persisted in the gables of Waterford's Greek Revival period houses: fanlights and three-part windows simplified from the arched Palladian window. One house has exceptionally intricate porch detail of the type commonly referred to as Carpenter Gothic."
For more information on Graniteville see http://www.livingplaces.com/CT/New_London_County/W...
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
The New Londo Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the median sales price for homes, the number of sales, the average price per square foot for homes, the number of homes for sale, and the average listing price of New London homes for sale.
New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States. It is located at the mouth of theThames River in New London County, southeastern Connecticut.
For several decades beginning in the early 19th century, New London was the world's third busiest whaling port after New Bedford, Massachusetts, and Nantucket. The wealth that whaling brought into New London furnished the capital to fund much of the city's present architecture.
The city is home to Connecticut College, Mitchell College, the United States Coast Guard Academy, and The Williams School. The Coast Guard Station New London and New London Harbor is home port to the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Chinook and the Coast Guard's tall ship Eagle.
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Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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Monday, November 13, 2017
The Groton Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the median sales price for homes, the number of sales, the average price per square foot for homes, the number of homes for sale, and the average listing price of Groton homes for sale.
Groton was established in 1705, when it separated from New London, Connecticut.
The neighborhoods include Burnett's Corner, Center Groton, City of Groton, Groton Heights or Groton Bank, Groton Long Point, Long Hill, Mystic (06355) — primarily in the neighboring town of Stonington, but a small portion (West Mystic) is in Groton, Noank, Old Mystic, Poquonock Bridge, Fort Hill and Conning Towers-Nautilus Park or the Submarine Base area.
Groton is the home of General Dynamics Electric Boat Division, which has been supplying the Navy with submersibles since 1899. Electric Boat employs thousands in the Groton/New London area.
The Old Mystic Baptist Church, founded in Groton, was the first Baptist church in Connecticut.
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