You really don't need $100,000 to be a homeowner here in Connecticut, but it sure does help. We have some of the most expensive zip codes and residential homes in all of the US, yet even in 2023, you can find a home in Connecticut for $20,000.

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It sure as hell isn't in Greenwich, Weston, Ridgefield, or Simsbury. No way. Its in Berlin, Connecticut, located right along the Berlin Turnpike. The cheapest home in all of Connecticut on Zillow right now is a mobile-home at 501 Berlin Tpke, Apt 18, Berlin, Connecticut.. It's listed by Kelly Wildman at Coldwell Banker Realty. The property is in probate, so the family members of the previous owners are anxiously awaiting your interest. It's been on for 47 days, and the property previously sold in 1989 for $26,000. Only $6,000 depreciation in 34 years? Ready for the tour?

Step Inside The Cheapest Home in All of Connecticut on Zillow

It's fun to see what $20,000 will get you in the Connecticut real estate market in 2023. As you can imagine, there is nothing in Fairfield County at all, but if you don't mind living alongside the very busy Berlin Turnpike, and you have $20,000 in your pocket, you could own this

Gallery Credit: Kelly Wildman - Coldwell Banker Realty via Zillow

The Three Most Expensive Zip Codes in Connecticut For 2023

Three Connecticut zip codes have landed in the top 100 most expensive zip codes in all of the United States. Yes, they're all on the Gold Coast in Fairfield County. Bring your trust fund, the average median list price is over 2 million dollars in each of these.

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A Closer Look at the Cutest Mural Along Rt. 44 in Connecticut

If you travel along Rt. 44 in East Canaan, Connecticut, a local business is covered by a beautiful work of art that makes me smile every time I pass by. Have a look at the exterior of the Pooch Palace Resort dog lovers, I'm sure you'll smile too.

Gallery Credit: Mrs. Large


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