Believe it or not, there are some reasonably priced areas to live in Connecticut that you just may be able to afford. I know, sounds like a stretch. But I'm serious.

A company called HomeSnacks, which has nothing to do with snacks, per se, like beer nuts, blue ox jerky or Bugles. HomeSnacks combines a bunch of recent data from dozens of sources to professionally rank cities and towns in 60 different categories.

Let's see if we can't find you a city or town in Connecticut that you'll enjoy and that you can afford. Thanks to HomeSnacks, I give you The 10 Cheapest Places to Live in Connecticut!

 

  • 1

    Torrington

    Median Home Price - $160,200

    Median Income - $61,313

    Median Rent - $896/month

    Torrrington ranked #3 for the "Best Places to Retire in Connecticut."

  • 2

    Naugatuck

    Median Home Cost - $179,900

    Mediun Income - $63,452

    Median Rent - $1,006/month

  • 3

    Meriden

    Median Home Price - $173,100

    Median Income - $57,350

    Median Rent - $978/month

     

  • 4

    Bristol

    Median Home Price - $190,500

    Median Income - $64,586

    Median Rent - $950/month

    Ranked #4 for the "Best Places to Live in Connecticut"

  • 5

    Norwich

    Median Home Price - $168,200

    Median Income - $53,682

    Median Rent - $995/month

  • 6

    Waterbury

    Median Home Price - $128,600

    Median Income - $40,879

    Median Rent - $924/month

  • 7

    New Britain

    Median Home Price - $156,800

    Median Income - $43,611

    Median Rent - $956/month

  • 8

    Groton

    Median Home price - $197,600

    Median Income - $55,567

    Median Rent - $969

  • 9

    Derby

    Median Home Price - $194,600

    Median Income - $57,432

    Median Rent - $1,131

  • 10

    Middletown

    Median Home Price - $228,500

    Median Income - $63,914

    Median Rent - $1,094

    Middletown was also ranked #5 in "The Best Places to Retire" in Connecticut and came in at #3 in "The Best Places to Live' in Connecticut.