The median home value in Guilford, CT is $566,600.
the county median home value of $208,400.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Guilford, CT is $566,600.
Approximately 73.25% of Guilford homes are owned,
compared to 10.63% rented, while
16.12% are vacant.
Guilford real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Prime, Guilford location directly on Historic Guilford Green: 9 Buildings, 44 units, Mixd use: Retail/Restaurant/Office/Apartments. Financial information available to only qualified prospects with confidentiality agreement. Substantial off street parking. All 44 units fully leased. Offers will be considered in the order submitted. Buildings are located at 55 Whitfield st, 63 Whitfield St and 23 Water St, Guilford
Exceptional waterfront property! 2 Beaches, dock, cabana, dock house and mooring! "Narrows island" peninsula with massive views of lis and the thimble islands. Protective cove and deep water mooring. House has expansion possibility. Dream big!! Not in a flood zone. Extreme privacy.
One of Guilford’s iconic shoreline residences, 39 Vineyard Place was conceived by renowned New Haven architect, Douglas Orr and completed in 1930. The 6.600 square foot residence is a formidable structure composed almost predominantly of Stoney Creek granite and has stood tall during all of Mother Nature’s occasional tantrums. One of Mr. Orr’s signature details are the “porthole” windows located in the Family Great Room which boasts beautifully detailed walls "pecky" cypress. The library addition boasts spectacular views and was completed in 1978 with a cedar shingle façade. This addition was designed by Frank Winder and Associates and constructed by The Field Company. Adjacent to the library, and of particular note, is the spacious dining room featuring endless views of Long Island Sound; but memorable because of its curved, ribbed ceiling designed to resemble “carlins” used in the “overhead” of a ship’s cabin. The large kitchen area features a separate prep area, center island and breakfast nook overlooking the water. This was the hub of activity for the numerous outdoor club functions and for fund raising events. The second floor welcomes guests with six bedrooms while the third floor boasts an informal game room overlooking Long Island Sound. The prior owner was an avid yachtsman. His summer commute consisted of boarding his tender, moored in the adjacent cove and “commuting” out to his 48 foot sailboat which he kept around the point at Sachems Head Harbor.
Stunning custom contemporary with fabulous ocean views. Superior craftsmanship and unparalleled attention to detail throughout. Features to include 8000+ sq ft main house, guest/pool house, and equestrian facility. Smart house technology.
The Point House at Vineyard Point – Private location with spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Impeccable. A commanding and magnificent site. Totally renovated in 2003, this stunning Colonial is set on 1.0 acre. Located in a private 12 home enclave that features a tennis court, sandy beach and open space. As you enter onto the premises through a gated entrance you realize that you have arrived. Once inside the home you are greeted with breathtaking views of Long Island Sound through south facing walls of glass. An open floor plan with a two story foyer, chef’s kitchen, dining room w/fireplace, family room w/fireplace, entertainment room, game room, and 1st floor Master/Guest suite w/fireplace. A sweeping stairway to the second floor with a balcony and views, an option of another Master suite and three guest bedrooms, each with a private bath. Entertaining family and friends will be a true joy from this private waterfront featuring Stony Creek granite patio, in ground heated gunite pool, spa, fire pit and dressing room with hot/cold shower. Easy access to water for swimming or launching kayaks. Completing this magnificent property is a rolling green lawn, four car heated garage with storage above, basketball court, a whole house generator, and plenty of room for off-street parking. A must see for the waterfront enthusiast.
Perched 65 feet above Long Island Sound, this 7-acre estate is among the highest elevation, largest and most secluded direct waterfront properties on the Connecticut coast. Follow scenic Rt. 146 along the coast to Old Quarry Road where a private driveway meanders up to this compound of three lots on a peninsula in Guilford’s unique Old Quarry Association. There is presently one house on the property, a delightful mid-century modern home in excellent condition and made largely of native Stony Creek granite. A 5-bedroom septic system has been approved for a second lot. The third lot is wooded. The storm-safe property features stunning topography such as expansive tidal marshes, granite outcroppings, woodlands, mountain laurel, meadows and fields beneath the canopy of towering white oaks and black pines. Granite quarried on the property was used to construct the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. Panoramic vistas stretch east to the North Fork of Long Island and west to the Thimble Islands and the property enjoys light from sunrise to sunset. With a large sandy beach, mooring, dock and swimming pool potential and easy access to OQA’s tennis court, dock, boat ramp and beach, the property can be enjoyed immediately as a peaceful retreat, expanded or more fully developed into a family compound for generations to come. Offering embraces both 170 and 212 Old Quarry.
Estate boasts a 4,325 square foot home built in 2003 to South Carolina Hurricane standards and is nestled between Island Bay and Joshua Cove on a spectacular two acre waterfront peninsula. The main residence is sited to match the original home of 1907 capturing the ideal Thimble Island sunset view. Once inside the home’s grand foyer one’s eye immediately is drawn to the wall of Pella glass framing the rear property surrounded on three sides by water. Upon passing through the foyer visitors are greeted by a two story family room highlighted by clapboard ceilings and a living room overlook inspired by a home the family vacationed at in Jamaica. Architect’s idea of utilizing Stoney Creek granite for the family room’s large central fireplace and tapered columns on the terrace brought the house together. The family room transitions to a large formal dining room, scaled and conceived of the perfect place to celebrate Thanksgiving. The oversized kitchen features a large center island and breakfast nook with views that would dwarf those of prominent waterfront restaurants. The home features 5 bedrooms including multiple suites; one of which is a first floor guest suite providing visitors and family members an extra element of privacy. The master bedroom is comprised of multiple walk in closets, and large master bath. Adjacent to the main residence is a four car garage, designed by Duo Dickenson that has been converted to comfortable living space.
Stunning eco waterfront home with 850 feet of Long Island Sound frontage. Large sunny lawn is graced by mature shade trees, private sandy beach, granite walls and gardens. This 3,838 SF house built in 1997 is all about spectacular views. The living and dining rooms flow to a large screened porch and deck. A large, open chef's kitchen with cozy breakfast room. A foyer, media room, mud room and powder room complete the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has two, luxurious MBR suites that open to the 2nd floor covered porch. Two bedrooms, full bath, and laundry complete the 2nd floor. Huge expansion potential on the 3rd floor. The "state of the art" systems include geothermal HVAC and solar hot water. Secluded yet very convenient to the historic Guilford Green with shops and restaurants, Guilford Marina, the Yacht Club, the train station and Yale Medical Center. The Hamptons experience at a fraction of the price.
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