Randall, Realtors’ Mystic office announces the sale of 17 Water Street, Unit A1 in Mystic, CT, for $1,625,000.
Mystic, Connecticut, is a hot spot for ice cream in the summer, which is good news for residents who plan on spending their time outdoors enjoying the weather.
The Mayflower II has been overgoing an extensive refurbishment at Mystic Seaport since late 2014. The ship will soon set sail for Boston before making its permanent return to Plymouth in a once-in-a-lifetime event that will begin in Mystic.
The Charles W. Morgan made its first voyage in 1841 and completed its final journey to date in 2014. The vessel is the world's last remaining wooden whaling ship, and an outstanding piece of American history to experience in Mystic, Connecticut.
“With years of experience in property management and real estate investment, David will surely provide his clients with superb service and exceptional insights into the market,” said Mystic Office Broker Manager Bruce Drake. “We’re truly looking forward to getting him started here in Mystic.”
Mystic, CT, is full of great activities for the entire family. Of course, once you buy a home in Mystic, you'll have all the time in the world to explore these and other attractions that are sure to keep your days entertaining and informative.
“This home blends together perfectly the charm and character of Mystic, with updates that are sure to please,” Carlisle said. “With enchanting views of The Mystic Seaport Museum, I am certain the buyers will enjoy this treasure for years to come,” added Christopher.
The craft beer scene in New London County has never been better, as there are breweries in many towns, giving beer-lovers a wide selection of suds from which to choose. If you’re looking to try something local this weekend, stop by one of the following locations to have a pint or fill your growler to take home.
This stretch of highway between Mystic and Groton provides all of the best aspects of this unique part of the country, in addition to being only eight minutes from a scenic oceanfront beach. You truly can't beat this area if you’re interested in spending as much time in nature as possible.
A quick online search of pizza restaurants in this area will bring you dozens of results. As you read, you’ll see pizzerias, Italian restaurants, and diners, all claiming to make some of southeastern Connecticut’s best pies.
But, which restaurants do locals like the most?
Located on Mason’s Island, this waterfront home provides ocean views from the south and east, and features a waterfront private dock with deep water access, heated pool with automatic cover and frog pond with stream. For the environmentally conscious, it also features geothermal HVAC and solar electric panels.
Living in Southern Connecticut or Rhode Island, you'll probably want to spend a lot of your time outdoors. But, what do you do if you're set on going for a swim, but it turns out to be a rainy, cold, or windy day?
The New England Collegiate Baseball League, or NECBL, has teams in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire and attracts high-level athletes to the area every summer. If you’re interested in seeing the next generation of Major League players today, head out to the ballparks in Mystic and South Kingstown for a game or two
The Mystic Pizza restaurant has been a part of Mystic, CT since 1973. Amy Jones, a screenwriter who owned a summer home in the area, walked through its doors and fell in love with the pizzeria, eventually using it as inspiration for her film and the rest, as they say, is history.
The transaction is the highest recorded sale in Mystic in 2018
“As the largest waterfront parcel of land at Groton Long Point, with an incredible outdoor space and surrounding water views, this property was an amazing and exciting opportunity for the buyer,” said Fetherston.
Mystic, CT is home to a world-class aquarium and a one of a kind seaport museum that are sure to keep you involved, especially if you have children. Mystic Aquarium and Seaport Museum provide hours of entertainment while giving you the opportunity to experience local sea life and living history, and all within minutes of downtown.