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Home sales in Washington, CT for October 2010

November 4, 2010

Home sales in Washington, CT, October 2010,  including Washington 06793, Washington Depot 06794 and New Preston 06777, CT.

New Preston CTCurrently in Washington, Washington Depot, New Preston, CT, including Lake Waramaug in New Preston, there are 97 single family homes on the market. The average list price is $1,296,08. The average market time is 243 days.

The highest price home in Washington, CT is $6,900,000, built in 2007, set on 20 acres of beautiful land, this home is 8,888 square feet, 15 rooms, 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 4 half baths, a truly luxurious retreat.

The lowest priced home for sale in Washington, CT is an antique listed at $229,900. Set on one acre of land, this home could be a great little retreat for someone!

Of the 97 single family homes active on the market in Washington, Washington Depot and New Preston, CT, 2 are under deposit. The average list price of these homes under deposit is $502,000, average market time is 363 days.

Currently there are 4 homes that are in the pending sale status. The average list price of these homes is $627,500.  The average market time for these homes is 274 days.

3 homes sold in October of 2010 in Washington, CT. The average list price was $1,351,000, average list price was $1,126,333, average days on market 280 days. Washington, CT, like other luxury home markets, has certainly suffered a slow down. Selling your home in Washington would entail being aggressively priced for the area, and one must be able to wait for that particular buyer.

Search Homes for sale, Washington, Washington Depot and New Preston CT.


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