For the third time this week, you’ve found yourself cursing the unusability of your kitchen. The drawers come out in all the wrong directions, the cabinets are so shallow
East Lyme Real Estate Market Report April 2018
The East Lyme Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the average sales price for and number of 2 BR, 3 BR and 4 BR homes sold, the total number of sales, the number of active homes for sale ,and the average listing price of East Lyme homes for sale.
Median List Price
Median Price Per Square Foot
Located just 20 minutes south of famed Mystic, Connecticut, and just two hours from New York city or Boston, MA., sits the quaint village of Niantic Connecticut
Niantic is a warm, friendly and inviting seaside village easily accessible by car, foot, boat or train. It is a wonderful place to visit, play, and live. It's a place where residents and visitors alike gather for specialty shopping, a wide-array of gourmet and eclectic dining choices, creative entertainment and arts, and water related activities within a village that has maintained its historic past.
Niantic is the only community on the Connecticut coast where the "Main Street" runs parallel to the beautiful Long Island Sound. Downtown Niantic is the traditional center of East Lyme, with a Town Hall, a non-chain specialty supermarket, a famed movie theater, various restaurants and pubs, a one-of-a-kind book store, several antique and boutique shops, and a town beach all within walking distance.
While it's a great place to spend the day, there are also a couple of great bed and breakfasts and inns to suit the out-of-town visitors. Niantic has become a tourist destination in its own right, with Niantic Bay and Long Island Sound to the south, and the Niantic River to the east.
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