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With a convenient location just sixteen miles south of Hartford, the city of Middletown, Connecticut, is a fantastic place to buy a home in Middlesex County. Situated in the middle of the state, along the west side of the beautiful Connecticut River, Middletown is a well-established community that was originally incorporated as a town in 1650 under the Native American name Mattabeseck. Then in 1653, it received its current name. The central settlement, distinct from the town, was incorporated as a city in 1784, then in 1923, the two became one extensive community. While its deeply rooted past is as an industrial center and sailing port, Middletown today is primarily residential with Wesleyan University in its thriving downtown.

Home to nearly fifty thousand residents, Middletown is the southernmost city in the second-largest metro area of New England, the Hartford-Springfield Knowledge metro region. Because of its convenient location, it is able to provide quick and easy access to neighboring cities and their services, amenities, and attractions. Additionally, Middletown is only eight miles east of Meriden, Connecticut, and roughly eighty-nine miles northeast of New York City. Attractions in and in proximity to Middletown include Wadsworth Falls State Park, Cromwell Meadows Wildlife Management Area, Cockaponset State Forest, Middletown Sports Hall of Fame, and KidCity Children’s Museum, to name a few. Furthermore, the eight-mile-long waterfront affords a multitude of recreation opportunities, as do the city’s many lovely parks and playgrounds.

All of these advantageous features contribute to the enduring appeal of Middletown real estate. Real estate in Middletown is very diverse and across the city’s forty-two square miles, there are urban, suburban, and rural communities, as well as a historic downtown. Homes for sale in Middletown include low-maintenance attached residences, as well as larger, detached homes with more space and privacy. Whether you are seeking an apartment, condo, townhouse, or single-family home, you’ll find many outstanding Middletown properties from which to choose. We would love the opportunity to tell you more about the currently listed properties in Middletown, Connecticut, so please contact us as soon as it is convenient.

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