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Encompassing communities of Asian, Eastern European, Polish, French, Irish, Italian, Portuguese, Hispanics, African Americans, and West Indians, the urban center known as Hartford, Connecticut has much to offer prospective homebuyers. This tremendous diversity translates to racial and ethnic variety in the festivals and events, restaurants, neighborhoods, community sports, and social clubs. When you live in Hartford, you have seemingly endless opportunities to experience a wide variety of lifestyles and customs, and the neighborhood groups and citizen organizations continually strive to preserve the cultural heritage and distinctive characteristics of the various neighborhoods. Altogether there are seventeen neighborhoods in Hartford from which homebuyers may choose, and regardless of which they ultimately call home, they will have chosen well. Hartford’s neighborhoods are West End, Upper Albany, South West, South Meadows, South Green, South End, Sheldon Charter Oak, Parkville, North Meadows, North East, Frog Hollow, Downtown, Clay Arsenal, Blue Hills, Behind the Rocks, Barry Square, and Asylum Hill.

Among the most popular Hartford neighborhoods is the historic Downtown, which is also the state’s business center and home to eight historic districts, in addition to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Downtown Hartford is a trendy destination affording all the advantages of urban life with a multitude of coffeehouses, cafes, bars, night clubs, shopping areas, and restaurants to enjoy. The country’s oldest public art museum, The Wadsworth Atheneum, is located here, as is the first public park in the nation, Bushnell Park. Roughly 4,400 people live in Downtown Hartford and enjoy its cosmopolitan atmosphere. Homes for sale in Downtown Hartford CT include diverse options ranging from vintage brownstone condos to new luxury apartments. The Hartford 21 is an excellent example as a multi-unit building which contributes to the Hartford skyline. North of Downtown, you’ll find the North Meadows neighborhood, which encompasses a variety of industrial and commercial developments, restaurants, retail stores, green space, and prime Hartford real estate. The area includes a park that offers a high ropes challenge course, a playground, and a boat launch. Additional development is expected here as interest in the Connecticut River waterfront increases.

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One of the most populated Hartford neighborhoods is Blue Hills. Found in the northwest corner of Hartford, it is a suburban community with roughly 2,900 residents. Hartford CT homes for sale in Blue Hills include lofts, condos, apartments, multi-unit buildings, and single-family homes. Generally speaking the Hartford real estate in Blue Hills is affordable and includes options for students, retirees, and everyone in between. This is just a snapshot of the incredible Hartford CT real estate opportunities you’ll find in this fabulous city. If you would like to learn more about available properties in Hartford’s varied neighborhoods, we would love the opportunity to assist you, so please contact us today.

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