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What $250K Buys In New Haven CT Today
Looking for a home for $250,000 and less in New Haven? Her’es what $250K buys in New Haven CT today. Many of these listings offer 3+ bedrooms and 2 baths.
New Haven Connecticut offers home buyers wonderful opportunities and commuting is convenient to homeowners commuting to Dowtown New Haven, Hartford or New York City.
The City of New Haven was founded in 1638 and covers 20.2 miles in South Central Connecticut on the northern shore of Long Island Sound and is the second largest city in the State of Connecticut. It is best know for its historic New Haven Green, cultural attractions of theaters, museums, the Annual International Festival of Arts & Ideas and hosts The Pilot Pen International Tennis Tournament.
It is also home to the prestigious Yale University and some of the best pizza in the world found in Wooster Street’s “Little Italy”.
While Downtown area is the hub of New Haven, there are several other distinct neighborhoods that include The Annex and East Shore (also known as Morris Cove, Fair Haven, Fair Haven Heights, Wooster Square, Mill River, Newhallville, Propsect Hill, Cedar Hill, West Rock, East Rock, Westhills, Amity, Westville, West River, Edgewood, Long Wharf, City Point, The Hill, Dixwell & Dwight.
Some Interesting Facts About New Haven
Average Household Income: $38,842
Median Age: 30
Average Travel Time to Work: 21 minutes
High School Graduates: 21,928
College Graduates: Associate Degree – 3,903, Bachelor’s Degree or higher: 25,852
Land Area: 18.7 square miles
To tour homes for sale in New Haven just call Donna Bigda-RE/MAX Alliance 203-645-7467.
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