Connecticut

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Johnsonville Connecticut, Connecticut ghost town, ghost town for sale

The small-town of Johnsonville in East Haddam, Connecticut has just sold for $1.85 million, after being abandoned for nearly 20 years. As Business Insider discovered, the international religious organization Iglesia Ni Cristo, known as Church of Christ, purchased the 62-acre property to turn it into a recreation center for its members.  The current owner is hotel company Meyer Jabara Hotels, who paid $2.5 million for the town in 2001.

See the ghost town here

Connecticut, Cool Listings, Getting Away, Historic Homes, Interiors

This 1755 Connecticut cottage is asking just $360K

By Emily Nonko, Fri, November 18, 2016

Connecticut, 11 Pearl Street, sotheby's

For the same price as a modest Manhattan apartment, this adorable 18th century Connecticut cottage could be yours. The cedar-sided home was constructed in 1755 in the town of Clinton, at 11 Pearl Street. More recently, the interior got a full renovation, meaning that the inside is surprisingly modern. Best yet, its located in a quaint town just outside of New York Side, and is only a five minute walk to the MetroNorth Railroad. Sounds appealing? It’s hit the market for $360,000.

Here’s a look inside