Easton, CT Real Estate News

By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
The Weston CT Reservoir on a gorgeous day! I was on my way home from an open house in Easton, and drove across the reservoir on a causeway. With the sun behind me, the water looked so beautiful, that I could not resist snapping a bunch of photos. This was the best!  
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
58 Hickory Knoll Drive, Easton, CT 06612 - Open House 9/7 1-4 pm This weekend, Sunday - we will hold an open house at 58 Hickory Knoll Drive in Easton, CT.    What a fabulous and elegant colonial with a contemporary flair.    Fully beautifully renovated and updated with high end appliances and tiles, and professionally landscaped with specimen plantings.  Professionally landscaped Drip irrigation for each plant - no maintenance! Beautiful new Bluestone front porch entrance Repainted full interior and exterior California closets Hardwood everywhere Culligan topof the line water filtration system New top of the line hot water heater Baths and kitchen all updated with top of the line appliances etc Custom window treatments ADT Camera security system Chandelier lift system Beautiful walnut ...
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
Another sign Goes up! New Listing 58 Hickory Knoll, Easton, CT 06612 Another sign went up at 58 Hickory Knoll today in Easton CT.   A new listing in a great residential area  on  a very desirable cul-de-sac in central Easton!    Amazing   open  floor  plan and  exceptional  details throughout  this  desirable home   with  a  beautiful  high  end  kitchen  (Bosch and Miele appliances)  and  a  tile backsplash with gorgeous granite  counters. The  homeowners  have  made  vast  beautiful improvements  to  this  home in  the  past  3  years.    The  stonework  at  the entrance  to  the  home,  the gorgeous  professional  landscaping  with custom irrigation  drip  system,  baths completely  redone with the finest tile and fixtures,  the  ADT Camera security system, the  Wifi  alarm  system, ...
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
This home is now Under Contract at 20 Mile Common in Easton, CT 06612 What an incredble home for an incredible family!    3800 square feet, 2 pools, radiant heat in all baths, the great room, and the pool house!, plus radiant heat below the slate around the pool.  The indoor pool is a lap/ spa pool, which is fabulous for anyone with aches and pains, or just looking to swim great laps in the winter. Tennis anyone?  There's a beautiful clay court in the back of the level property. The kitchen has a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a fabulous gas range, and graite countertops everywhere.   Too many amazing things to relay here - Closing around the corner!   
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
Located on 535 Black Rock Road, Bradley-Hubbell House is a landmark in Easton, CT.  Built in 1816, the Bradley-Hubbell House in Easton preserves 19th century farm life in Connecticut. This Colonial style home has a traditional center-chimney plan with some Federal-style ornaments, such as a parlor mantel and rope molding on the stairs. The Bradley-Hubbell House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Aljah and Elizabeth Bradley lived in this home when it was built and their descendants eventually sold the home to the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company in 1912. This company flooded most of the farmland for a reservoir and then leased the house one of its employees, Franklin Hubbell. Franklin Hubbell, who planted apple orchards, sold his apples at what today is the Aspet...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
Over the past year, the Easton single family real estate market improved in the number of sales, but not in median sale prices.  From 2012 to 2013, there was a 2 percent increase in the median sale price ($558,500 vs. $567,500) and a 3% increase in the number of sales (276 vs. 269). The number of Days on Market decreased from 2012, which is good news for home sellers. However, the number of available homes also decreased, frustrating home buyers.   - See more at: http://www.fairfieldcountyshoreline.com/blog?post=Easton-Year-End-Market-Report-2013&xid=040600-02#sthash.FszQcSMS.dpuf
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
 Easton, CT 06612 Real Estate Market Data for Easton, CT provided by Dagny Eason of Dagny's Real Estate    Average sales in January 2014 in neighboring towns in Fairfield County  The average sales price last month in Easton was $464,800   Number of homes sold in Easton,  a month to month comparison for past 3 years    Average sales prices of homes sold in Easton, a month to month comparison for past 3 years     Easton, CT Statistics Population 7,490 (2010 census) Median resident age 45 Estimated household income  $148,725 Average homes sale price  $762,705   Currently in Easton... The average sales price in January was $464,800 and 5 homes sold. There are currently 75 active listings and 8 sales are pending in Easton.   View Larger Map
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By Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo
(Dagny's Real Estate)
    Easton, CT 06612 Real Estate Market Data for Easton, CT provided by Dagny Eason of Dagny's Real Estate   Click here for MORE llamas!   Silverman's Animal Farm Silverman's Animal Farm in Easton, Connecticut is a wonderful place for the whole family. A local gem, this quaint farm attracts visitors from towns all over! Whether you wish to spend a day strolling through apple orchards or feeding some animals at the petting zoo, you can guarantee you will have a memorable experience. The petting farm has a variety of farm animals including llamas, goats, alpacas, emus, pigs, sheep, and even long-horn cattle! There is even some food you can purchase for them at the farm store. The year-round farmer's market is also a great place to purchase either natural produce, or some delicious baked ...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
   EASTON Market Trends Q1 2013   The Easton market has not improved since last year according to the Q1 numbers with homes sales and prices essentially flat compared to the same time last year.  There are 33% fewer homes on the market which has lowered inventory to 17-18 months worth compared to 25-26 months of inventory in Q1 last year.  Average sale price has not increased due to the high inventory, but the median sale price has increased, which means the the high end of the market is not selling well. Last year in Q1 the price range was $310,000 to $817,500 with a median sale price of $455,000.  3 homes sold for over $600,000.  In Q1 2013, the lowest sale was $285,000 and the highest was $1.1 million with a median sale price of $467,500.  5 homes sold for over $600,000 in Q1 2013. ...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
   EASTON Market Trends February 2013     Easton, Connecticut home sales are still in in a Buyer's Market, but is trending towards a balanced market.  Prices continue to trend lower compared to last year, although the number homes sold have increased from a year ago.  Inventory has decreased dramatically from 22 months last year to 9 months of inventory due to a combination of lower inventory and higher increased sales. The areas in green show a positive trends for Average Number of Homes Sold per month and for the Months Supply on Market as well as Average List to Sales Price over the past three months. INVENTORY SALES The lowest sale over the past three months was $285,000 and the highest sale was $801,000.  One home over $700,000 sold.  The price decline is primarily due to fewer sa...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
  Easton Market Trends January 2013   Easton is still a Buyer’s Market with 8.7 months of inventory (the 12 month figure is used for Absorption Analysis). Two of the most recent market trends are in the direction of a stronger market – more homes are selling and the inventory is slightly lower. However, prices are still declining. In retrospect, it still looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in January 2012, but the recovery is rocky compared to other lower Fairfield County towns and there is still a lot of inventory on the market compared to towns with similar price points such as Fairfield (6.4 months of inventory). EASTON INVENTORY EASTON SALES HOTTEST HOMES IN EASTON What homes are most in demand by buyers in Easton? The sweet spot in the market is for 4 bedroom homes wi...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
EASTON Market Trends December 2012 Easton is still a Buyer’s Market with 9.1 months of inventory (the 12 month figure is used for Absorption Analysis).  The market trends are all in the direction of a stronger Buyer’s Market.  The Easton market has slowed considerably over the past three months.  In retrospect, it still looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in January 2012, but the recovery is rocky compared to other lower Fairfield County towns and there is still a lot of inventory on the market compared to towns with similar price points such as Fairfield (5 months of inventory). Easton Inventory Easton Sales Hottest Homes in Easton What homes are most in demand by buyers in Easton?  The sweet spot in the market is for 3 bedroom homes with a list price of $425,000-450,000....
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By Kimberly Tapscott, Giving you the service you deserve!
(Keller Williams Prestige Properties)
Open House for Picture Perfect Home Easton CT 06612 Sunday Jan.27 2-4pm   Single Family Home for sale in Easton, CT OverviewMapsPhotosDescription35 Grace View Drive, Easton $1,100,000 Single Family Home Main Features 7 Bedrooms6 Bathrooms1 Partial Bathroom Location 35 Grace View DriveEaston, CT 06612USA To get updates on open home dates and other property events, please click the "Like" button below: Kimberly Tapscott (203) 252-8327kimberlytapscott@kw.comhttp://www.kimberlytapscott.kwrealty.com   Listed by: Kimberly Tapscott Our recent listings Residential Rental for $ in Bridgeport, CTSingle Family Residential for $620,000 in Stamford, CTSingle Family Residential for $1,100,000 in Easton, CTSingle Family Residential for $350,000 in Stamford, CT Subscribe to our listing feed Nearby prop...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
EASTON Market Trends November 2012 Easton is still a Buyer’s Market with 11.6 months of inventory (the 12 month figure is used for Absorption Analysis).  The market trends are mixed.  There is good news in the Average Days on Market decreasing.  The Easton market has slowed considerably over the past three months.  In retrospect, it still looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in January 2012, but there is a tremendous amount of inventory on the market compared to towns with similar price points such as Fairfield (7 months inventory). EASTON INVENTORY EASTON SALES EASTON'S HOTTEST HOMES What homes are most in demand by buyers in Easton?  The sweet spot in the market is for 3 bedroom homes with a list price of $450,000-475,000.  They tend to be on the market only 105 days and ...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
EASTON Market Trends October 2012 Easton is still a Seller’s Market with 13.6 months of inventory (the 12 month figure is used for Absorption Analysis).  The market trends were headed in a very positive direction throughout the Spring market, but the gains have not been sustained.   Over the past three months both prices and number of sales have retreated.  As you can see from the chart below, inventory is back up again and is higher than the same time last year. In retrospect, it looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in Q1 2012, but the recovery that was underway looks uncertain.   Easton Inventory Easton Sales
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
EASTON Market Trends September 2012 Easton is still a Seller’s Market with 14.7 months of inventory (the 12 month figure is used for Absorption Analysis).  The market trends are mixed.  There is good news in the Average Days on Market decreasing.  The Average List to Sales Price is good at 95%.  However, after it looked like prices were going up in the Spring market, over the past three months (July-September), prices have come down. In retrospect, it looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in Q1 2012, but the recovery that was underway looks uncertain.  Will the market pick up again or will we experience a double dip? EASTON INVENTORY EASTON SALES HOTTEST HOMES IN EASTON What homes are most in demand by buyers in Easton?  The sweet spot in the market is for 3 bedroom homes wi...
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
    Easton is still a Buyer’s Market with 14.6 months of inventory (higher than any other Fairfield County town except Weston).  However, the three month trend of 10.4 months of inventory shows movement towards a more balanced market.  There is good news in all the latest statistics.  Average List Price and Average Sales Prices have increased, Average Days on Market is decreasing, and Average List to Sales Price is very good at 96%.  In retrospect, it looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in Q1 2012 and a recovery is now underway. What homes are most in demand by buyers in Easton?  The sweet spot in the market is for 4 bedroom homes with a list price of $700,000-725,000.  They tend to be on the market only 66 days and sell for 95% of list price.
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
  Easton is still a Buyer&'s Market with 14.4 months of inventory (higher than any other Fairfield County town except Weston). However, the three month trend of 9.1 months of inventory shows movement towards a more balanced market. There is good news in all the latest statistics. Average List Price and Average Sales Prices have increased, Average Days on Market is decreasing, and Average List to Sales Price is good at 95%. In retrospect, it looks like Easton’s real estate market hit bottom in Q1 2012 and a recovery is now underway.
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
   EASTON Market Trends June 2012     Easton, Connecticut home prices have increased significantly over the past three months and is higher than a year ago. However, Easton is still a strong Buyer's market with a 19 Months Supply on Market (the 12 month figure is used for absorption analysis).  There is good news in the 6 and 3 month trend numbers for Months Supply on Market which are improving.  The 3 month Average Days on Market shows that homes are spending less time on the market before being sold.  If you are interested in buying or selling a home in Easton, Connecticut, please call Gail Robinson, REALTOR, 203-521-0768.  
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By Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT
(William Raveis Real Estate)
   EASTON Market Trends May 2012     Easton, Connecticut home prices have increased over the past three months. This is still a strong Buyer's market in Easton, Connecticut given a 17.7 Months Supply on Market ,  but the 6 and 3 month trends are going in the right direction and the 3 month's  Average Days on Market is shorter.   If you are interested in buying or selling a home in Easton, Connecticut, please call Gail Robinson, REALTOR, 203-521-0768.  
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