Easton Property Transfers — March 2021

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of March:

104 Bayberry Lane, Jared W. Watson to Giuseppe D., Olivia B. and Christy Boccanfuso, $489,000.

2 Lilac Lane, Charles Viens to Prospect Summit LLC, $595,000.

52 Knapp Street, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — March 2021”

Connecticut’s Best Backyard Bucket List

This article, written by Michelle Falcone of Easton, new secretary on the Executive Committee for the Western Connecticut Tourism District (WCTD), is the final article in a three-part spring day trip series. It provides a behind-the-scenes look on how local tourism is not only surviving, Continue reading “Connecticut’s Best Backyard Bucket List”

Priscilla’s Place Daycare Thrives During Pandemic

When kids walk through the doors of Priscilla’s Place Daycare, the only thing they should think about is fun and happiness. That’s the philosophy Shelly Palumbo adopted when she opened her day care in February 2019, and that’s how she has operated her business throughout the Covid-19 Continue reading “Priscilla’s Place Daycare Thrives During Pandemic”

Low Inventory Slows Down Home Sales in Easton

The town of Easton had a busy month in January in real estate, but the number of sales dropped in February. The town registered only seven pending sales in February, down from 17 sales in January.

The total closed sales transactions increased to 10 this year, compared to nine Continue reading “Low Inventory Slows Down Home Sales in Easton”

Connecticut Staycations Are Fun-cations

This article, written by Michelle Falcone of Easton, new secretary on the Executive Committee for the Western Connecticut Tourism District (WCTD), is the second article in a three-part spring day trip series. The articles provide a behind-the-scenes look on how local tourism is not Continue reading “Connecticut Staycations Are Fun-cations”

Swinging into Spring

Friendly Gatherings Planned at the Redding Country Club

Redding’s landscape is unique to Fairfield County. The steep slopes and rocky ledges of three distinct ridges are separated by dense forest, lush meadows, and meandering streams.  Perched atop the central ridge, the Redding Continue reading “Swinging into Spring”

Robust Real Estate Market Persists in 2021

The new year started unusually busy in the Fairfield County real estate market. Easton recorded an increase of 142.9% in pending sales of single family homes compared to January of 2020. There was a total of 17 transactions in 2021 compared to seven in the previous year.

Closed Continue reading “Robust Real Estate Market Persists in 2021”

Easton Property Transfers — February 2021

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of February:

18 Crescent Drive, Carlos A. and Maria G. Cisneros to Bryan D. and Angela M. Kaestner, $425,000.

18 Wintergreen Drive, Ferdinand A. and Janice Pasqua to Carlos A. and Maria Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — February 2021”

Connecticut Staycations: A Bird’s Eye Business View

This article is written by Michelle Falcone of Easton, new secretary on the Executive Committee for the Western Connecticut Tourism District. It is the first article in a three-part spring day- trip series. The series provides a behind-the-scenes look on how local tourism is not Continue reading “Connecticut Staycations: A Bird’s Eye Business View”

Easton Skier Dies at Stowe Mountain in Vermont

Arthur Powers, Jr., 60, of Easton died suddenly on Monday, Feb. 15, while skiing in Stowe, Vermont. 

Known for having a comedic actor’s sense of humor and drama, Art was an inventor and manufacturer of state-of-the-art outdoor speakers who designed music systems for 40 years. He Continue reading “Easton Skier Dies at Stowe Mountain in Vermont”

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