Connecticut Residential Land for Sale - Page 1 of 282

Residential Land Information
Browse Land And Farm for land and ranches for sale in Connecticut, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Constitution State. With an average price of $706,638, the total value of 39,164 acres of residential land and property recently listed for sale in Connecticut was $4 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Connecticut to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Connecticut is a densely populated, largely urban state with commuter communities serving New York City and financial hubs like Hartford. It is the third-smallest state in the country. It has a small farming economy that grows mostly crops, with farmland comprising 14 percent of the state land area. The countryside and coastal areas of Connecticut offer plenty of opportunities to explore, from kayaking through coastal mashes to biking along rail-trails in amidst the splendor of fall foliage. Despite its small size (5,543 square miles), Connecticut counts 180 public lakes and ponds and thousands of miles of rivers and streams where anglers can enjoy casting for bass, trout, northern pike, bluegill and more.


Residential Land Information
Browse Land And Farm for land and ranches for sale in Connecticut, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Constitution State. With an average price of $706,638, the total value of 39,164 acres of residential land and property recently listed for sale in Connecticut was $4 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Connecticut to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Connecticut is a densely populated, largely urban state with commuter communities serving New York City and financial hubs like Hartford. It is the third-smallest state in the country. It has a small farming economy that grows mostly crops, with farmland comprising 14 percent of the state land area. The countryside and coastal areas of Connecticut offer plenty of opportunities to explore, from kayaking through coastal mashes to biking along rail-trails in amidst the splendor of fall foliage. Despite its small size (5,543 square miles), Connecticut counts 180 public lakes and ponds and thousands of miles of rivers and streams where anglers can enjoy casting for bass, trout, northern pike, bluegill and more.