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Norwalk CT Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Norwalk Town Profile

Norwalk is a thriving city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. With a population of 85,603, Norwalk is the sixth most populated city in Connecticut and ranks third in size in Fairfield County. It is part of the New York metro area, making it an ideal suburban enclave for commuters.

Norwalk water view
Norwalk pier
Norwalk pier
Norwalk stone wheel
Norwalk lakeside
Norwalk semi aerial view of the streets
Norwalk

Fun Norwalk Fact

Norwalk is home to the annual Oyster Festival, held in September. Oyster farming has been an important and long tradition in the city, which is why Norwalk was once referred to by locals as “Oyster Town.” The festival, which is held in Veteran’s Park, also serves as a fundraiser for more than 20 nonprofits in the area.

The festival runs through the weekend and features food trucks sponsored by local vendors, family-friendly activities, and musical entertainment. Among the top names that have played the Oyster Festival are Willie Nelson, Cheap Trick, the Village People, and the Charlie Daniels Band.

Neighborhoods and Real Estate – Homes for Sale in Norwalk , CT

Comprising a total area of 36.3 square miles, Norwalk is home to 24 individual neighborhoods. They are:

  • Broad River
  • Brookside
  • Central Norwalk/Norwalk Center/Downtown Norwalk/Midtown Norwalk
  • East Norwalk
  • West Norwalk
  • Cranbury
  • Silvermine
  • Spring Hill
  • Wolfpit
  • Wall Street
  • Winnipauk
  • Wilson Point
  • Woodward
  • Harborview
  • Hospital Hill
  • Woods Pond
  • The Green
  • West Main
  • West Rocks
  • Main Avenue
  • Rowayton
  • South Norwalk- South Main
  • Norwalk Islands
  • Harbor View
  • Village Creek
  • Reed-Putnam
  • Shorefront Park

Each neighborhood has its own unique character, making it easy for people moving to Norwalk to choose the neighborhood that perfectly suits their lifestyle and temperament.

Whether you’re a young professional searching for a low-maintenance condo, a retiree interested in a manageable-sized villa, or a family in need of a family home with lots of space to expand, housing options are innumerable.

The median sales price for homes in the area is $340,000 with the list price averaging around $782,873.

To find the ideal home in Norwalk and its surrounding areas, call Higgins Group Real Estate for more information and a personalized tour conducted by a knowledgeable and friendly member of the real estate team.

Population: 81,644
Area: 36.3 Square Miles
Government: Mayor
Distance:
Boston: 151 miles
Hartford: 61 miles
New York City: 39 miles
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