Berlin Real Estate

Berlin CT Amtrak Station ImageThe Berlin real estate office of Realty3 Berlin CT shares office space in Berlin CT with the corporate offices of Realty3 CT. Kensington CT is part of Berlin CT, which is boarded by New Britain, and Meriden CT, Middletown, Cromwell, Rocky Hill, Newington and Southington CT. With an educated workforce and a strong business community the Berlin Chamber of Commerce and others promote Berlin CT as the geographical center of CT supported by an Amtrak station in Berlin.

With some homes dating back as early as the 1600’s almost 50% of houses in Berlin were built prior to 1960 and 26% since 1999. A strong interest in the History of Berlin Connecticut  Berlin CT Town Seal Imagecontinues today initiated by a revival in 1905, when town residents celebrated Old Home Day. On this occasion, everyone was invited to participate in documenting the town’s history by presenting historical artifacts at the Second Congregational Church of Berlin.

Incorporated in 1785, Berlin CT is proud of its long history of patriotism as evidenced by the fact that the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library has a diary kept by Henry Sage, a memoir by Jacob C. Bauer, and a published book of letters documenting Berlin Connecticut in the Civil War.

Berlin Schools offer excellence in the intellectual growth of students, while recognizing the individual differences in developing their full potential and 34% of Berlin’s population attained a Bachelors or Graduate degree. With almost 8.000 homes in Berlin, 88% are owner occupied with a median household income of $91,344 and a median home value of $243,000. Berlin’s total population grew 11% from 2000 to just over 20,000 people in 2010 with a median age of 42 years old. Almost 24% of Berlin’s retail sales come from Food & Beverage Store Sales or Food Services, reflecting an extensive strip of restaurants on the Berlin Turnpike, one of Berlin’s main thoroughfares.

While retaining its old New England charm and a wonderful quality of life, Berlin CT is home to international businesses as diverse as Bayer Corporation to Northeast Utilities and COMCAST.  The Berlin Lions Club began operating the Berlin CT Fair in 1949, which draws thousands of Connecticut residents to the open spaces that the Berlin Land Trust has been preserving since 1988. The Berlin Batting Cages is a family entertainment center that attracts young and old alike to enjoy batting practice, miniature golf, a Go Cart raceway and bumper boats, fun for the whole family, while the Berlin Youth Soccer Association is just one of many local activities for kids.  For current and local events view The BERLIN PATCH for all community and school events.

With years of experience and a plethora of Realtor designations, Realty3 real estate agents in Berlin CT know Berlin real estate like no others. Whether you’re looking for homes for sale in Berlin, foreclosures in Berlin, Berlin real estate listings, realtor’s apartments, realtors’ rentals of homes in Berlin, or just an inquiry to get your real estate license in CT, Realty3 CT is your first real estate office to call on.

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