Meriden Homes for Sale
With an incredible location at the crossroads of Connecticut, the town of Meriden, is a must-consider destination for homebuyers looking for real estate in New Haven County. Meriden is located just twenty minutes from Hartford and two hours between Boston and New York. Among its many outstanding services, amenities, and attractions, the town is home to Westfield Mall which features one hundred and fifty restaurants and retailers. A few of the specific restaurants you’ll find in Meriden include K. LaMays Steamed Cheeseburgers, Xing Long Chinese Restaurant, and Violi’s.
Recreation destinations are also abundant in Meriden and include sites like Hunter Golf Course, Quinnipiac River Linear Trail, and Hubbard Park. Other points of interest in the community include Augusta Curtis Cultural Center, Meriden Square Mall, Thompson Chocolate, Castle Craig, and a historic downtown which will soon encompass a commuter stop on the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield line. Further adding to its appeal, Meriden hosts lovely community events and festivals like the Meriden Farmer’s Market, Puerto Rican Cultural Festival in August, Black Heritage Festival in April, a Festival of Silver Lights, and an annual Daffodil Festival in April.
Incorporated in 1806, Meriden has seen many noteworthy citizens come and go, including opera singer Rose Ponselle, Major League Baseball player Connie Mack, and industrialist and first mayor, Charles Parker. All of these desirable features add to the appeal of Meriden real estate. Real estate in Meriden is varied and includes options for homebuyers in all seasons of life. More specifically, homes for sale in Meriden include attached options like apartments and condos, semi-detached housing like townhomes, and single-family detached houses. Likewise, Meriden properties include homes of all ages, square footage, and architectural designs. Please connect with us as soon as you can and we will happily provide you with more specific information about currently listed properties in Meriden, Connecticut.