Homes & Places to Live in Norwalk, CT

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Norwalk is a beautiful and lively city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Found 45 miles from New York City, it is part of the greater New York Metropolitan area. The town has plenty of historic houses, which were once occupied by renowned writers and artists, sophisticated and wealthy communities, as well as many houses that face the calming waters of the Long Island Sound, providing incredible views. Norwalk is a town where everyone can find a lovely place to live, at affordable prices.

Norwalk was purchased in 1640, and chartered as a town in 1651. During the Revolutionary War, the town was almost completely destroyed by the British troops, with only six houses left standing. Oyster farming and the New York and New Haven Railroad that started operating through town, contributed to the town’s growth and development in the 19th century. Incorporated as the town it is today in 1913, Norwalk is nowadays one of the most livable cities in the United States.

Norwalk is one of those towns that give out a busy feel, but are extremely beautiful and often offer the peace and tranquility one needs amidst the daily activities. With two sandy beaches and several ponds, a variety of golf courses, tennis courts, and wonderful parks, the town offers residents a wealth of recreational opportunities. Norwalk is known for its Maritime Aquarium, the annual Oyster Festival that always attracts large crowds, but also for the sophisticated shopping and eating district that is known as SoNo- South Norwalk business district.

This small city has strong manufacturing roots; in the 20th century, a major industry in Norwalk was the manufacturing of leather goods and materials for clothing. Many companies move their headquarters in Norwalk, as the city has a great transportation system and affordable work force. Some of the companies that can be found in Norwalk today are: Applera, ABB Inc., Pepperidge Farms, Xerox and more.

Norwalk has a much appreciated educational system and always provides top notch school programs. The town is beautiful, and its location on the Long Island Sound and close to New York City makes it a living choice for many people. The landscape of the city is constantly changing, many old buildings and houses are being torn down and replaced with new structures to fit modern lifestyles. Energetic, vibrant and sophisticated, the town of Norwalk is very welcoming and a wonderful place to live.

Norwalk Demographic Details:

Homes for Sale

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22 Oct '21

median price
$ 525K

price / sq. ft.
$ 330

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809 HOMES SOLD / past 6 months
latest sold
22 Oct '21

avg. on market
109 days

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Homes Styles & Types

home types active
Single Family 183 $ 902K
Condos 104 $ 337K
Multi Family 32 $ 635K
home styles active
Townhouse 36 $ 368K
Antique 4 $ 706K
Victorian 3 $ 1.59M
Contemporary 21 $ 1.94M
Tudor 1 $ 625K
Colonial 86 $ 1.08M
Cottage 3 $ 409K
premium active
Waterfront 39 $ 1.22M
Luxury 12 $ 3.37M
Mansions 5 $ 3.11M

Homes for Sale in Norwalk Market Analysis

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Dollars on market

$ 220M

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Biggest home

9,880 square feet
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Average home surface

2,147 square feet

Median home surface

1,805square feet

Smallest home

384 square feet
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Homes for Rent

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21 Oct '21
median price
$ 2.6K
price / sq. ft.
$ 2

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346 HOMES RENTED / past 6 months
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avg. on market
86 days

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Norwalk, CT has 11 neighborhoods.
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Top Neighborhoods

Most expensive neighborhood Wilson Point $ 2.40M median price
Most affordable neighborhood South Norwalk (SoNo) $ 270K median price
With most homes on the market South Norwalk (SoNo) 45 homes for sale
With most recently sold homes Cranbury 88 sold in last 90 days

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This charming neighborhood has worked hard to preserve the historical and rural quality of this area.

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West Rocks

This lovely neighborhood features a variety of affordable homes and neighborhoods.

68 homes recently sold see neighborhood

South Norwalk (SoNo)

Known locally as SoNo, this part of town is well known for its restaurants and nightlife. The Maritime Aquarium also provides entertainment for all...

63 homes recently sold see neighborhood

West Norwalk

A mainly residential area, there are many large stores located nearby. Also home to Norwalk Community College.

59 homes recently sold see neighborhood


This beautiful neighborhood is located along the Long Island Sound, providing plenty of water views and easy access to the beach.

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Condo Complexes

Norwalk, CT has 142 condo complexes.
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Top Condo Complexes

Arch Hill Commons


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New Canaan Way


Unit Styles
Colonial, Single Family Detached, Contemporary

3, 4

Year built
1999, 2000


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Head Of The Harbor


1, 2

Year built
2017, 2018

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