Realestate Ledyard CT Towns Market Report
Ledyard Realtor Bridget Morrissey presents the Ledyard Real Estate Market Activity Summary. The report includes Median Sales Price, Number of New Listings, Number of Homes for Sale, Pending Sales, Closed Sales and Median Days on Market.
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The February Ledyard Real Estate Market Report by Ledyard Realtor Bridget Morrissey indicates that there were (2) two-bedroom homes sold averaging $113,500 each. There were (2) three-bedroom homes sold with an average sales price of $207,500. Four-bedroom homes sold numbered (7) with an average sales price of $273,214. Ledyard Real Estate Market Report CLICK HERE.
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According to Wikipedia,the principal communities of Ledyard are Ledyard Center (also known as Ledyard Village) and the Gales Ferry section (including Christy Hill Estates, Devonshire Estates, Ferry View Heights, Glenwoods, Pheasant Run, Sherwood Forest, and Woodridge Estates).
Other minor communities and geographic areas are Aljen Heights, Barrett Park, Colonial Manor, Cranwood Homestead, Highlands, Lakeside, Lantern Hill, Long Pond, Parsonage Hill Manor, Presidential Estates, Quaker Town, and Stonehenge. The town also contains the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation, in the northeastern corner of the town.
Ledyard Center is located at the crossroads of 2 state highways: routes 117 and 214. It is home to Ledyard Town Hall and is one of the main commercial areas in the town. Every year in September, the fairgrounds host the popular Ledyard Fair, bringing families to the area for the weekend to enjoy carnival rides, entertainment and agricultural competitions.
Gales Ferry is centered around Route 12 and is one of the main commercial corridors in the town. The area is largely residential and contains 2 national register historic districts, a post office and library. It does offer typical neighborhood commercial services.
Each year in June, the Yale-Harvard regatta brings rowing teams and spectators to the riverfront and life to each school’s boathouse, both of which are located in the village.