Must See! 15 Nathan’s Path, Wallingford CT 06492

by Harriman Real Estate on August 25, 2014

Beautiful 4 bedroom home for sale at 15 Nathans Path, Wallingford, CT !

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15 NATHANS PATH

Wallingford, CT 06492

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms : 3 ( 2 full, 1 half )

List Price: $424,900

Living Area Approx :
2650

15 Nathans Path is a sprawling home set on a private lot at the end of a cul-de-sac. Located in sought-after neighborhood close to schools. Perfect floor plan for entertaining! Great room with fireplace, 1st floor MBR suite, large deck, heated pool, 3 car garage & many upgraded features. Motivated seller!

Feature List:

MLS#: N350976

Property Type: Residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached

Lot Size: 1.94 acres

Cooling Systems: Central A/C

Exterior Types: Brick

New Construction: No

Num Floors: 2.0

Roof Types: Unknown

Room Count: 7

Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Vacuum System, Washer

Floor Coverings: Carpet, Tile, Wood

Rooms: Basement, Bedroom, Bedroom, Bedroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Full Bath, Full Bath, Half Bath, Kitchen, Living Room

 

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Price Reduced: 70 Prospect Road, East Haven CT 06512

by Harriman Real Estate on August 12, 2014

     Beautiful 3 bedroom home for sale

                in East Haven, CT!

PRICE REDUCED!

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70 PROSPECT ROAD

E Haven, CT 06512

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms : 3 ( 2 full, 1 half )

List Price: $234,900

Living Area Approx :
1701

Spacious 3 bedroom colonial located at 70 Prospect Road near the center of town. Stainless steel appliances, private deck and master bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Washer & dryer hookup in first floor bath. With a little TLC this could be the house of your dreams!

Feature List:

MLS#: N347412

Property Type: residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached

Lot Size: 0 acres

Appliances: Dishwasher, Garbage Disposer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator

Architecture Style: Colonial

Has Basement: true

Cooling Systems: Central A/C

Is New Construction: No

 

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Connecticut Fireworks Displays for 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on June 30, 2014

Happy 4th of July

The Fourth of July holiday is upon us, so we are pleased to provide this list of upcoming public fireworks around the state. All dates and time are as accurate as possible; for further information or confirmation of dates and times, please contact the appropriate city or town government:

July 1 (Tuesday)

Vernon: fireworks at 9:40 p.m. at Henry Park (rain date July 2)

Have a Happy and Safe Fourth of July!July 2 (Wednesday)

Meriden — Hubbard Park 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 3)

July 3 (Thursday)

Danbury — Danbury Fair Mall at dusk. (Rain Date July 5)
Dayville / Killingly — Owen Bell Park (Part of Red, White & Blue BBQ)
Derby — Along the Housatonic River. (Rain date July 5)
Killingly – Red, White and Blue BBQ at Owen Bell Park. Fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
Middletown — Festival begins at 6:30, fireworks at 9:30.
Naugatuck – Old Firehouse Road, downtown Naugatuck. Festivities begin at 6, Fireworks at 9:15 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Norwalk — Calf Pasture Beach In East Norwalk. Festivities start @ 5:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Shelton — Riverwalk/Veterans Park (Rain date July 5). Music at 7, fireworks at dark.
Simsbury — Talcott Mountain Music Festival (Rain date July 5)
Stamford — Off Cummings Park
Stratford — Short Beach Park. Fun starts at 7:00, fireworks at 9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 5th)
West Haven – Bradley Point Park 9 p.m. (Rain date July 5)
Westport — Compo Beach at 9:15 p.m. (Rain date July 5th)

2014 Fireworks Displays in CT     July 4 (Friday)

Bristol/Southington — Lake Compounce 10 p.m.
Cheshire — Kurtz Farm Property 9:30 p.m.
Fairfield — Jennings or Penfield Beach (Rain Date July 5)
Madison — West Wharf Beach 9:30 (Rain Date July 6)
Middlebury — 3D Fireworks at Quassy Amusement Park
New Britain — Stanley Quarter  Park. Fireworks approx. 9:15 p.m.
New Canaan — Waveny Park, 9:15 p.m.
New Haven — East Rock Park 9 p.m.

Norwich — July 4th Extravaganza, Howard T. Brown Memorial Park 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Ridgefield — Ridgefield High School at Dusk (Rain Date July 6)
Rowayton — Bayley Beach at 9:15 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Washington — Behind Shepaug High School 9:30 p.m.
Weston — Weston Middle School 9:20 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Wilton — Wilton High School Athletic Complex 9:30 p.m.

July 5 (Saturday)

Bristol — Muzzy Field approximate time 9:30 p.m.
Darien — Darien High School. begins at about 9:00 p.m.
Greenwich — BinneyPark and Greenwich Point Park. Begins at Dusk (Rain date July 6)
Lakeville – Lime Rock Park 9 p.m.
Manchester – Manchester Community College 9:30 p.m.
New Milford — Fort Hill/Still Meadow 9: 30 p.m. (Rain Date July 6)
Torrington – Torrington Middle School 9:15 p.m.
Wallingford — Sheehan high school grounds. 9:15 p.m.
Waterbury — Municipal Stadium on Watertown Ave. Gates open at 6, fireworks at 9. (Rain date July 6)

2014 Fireworks Displays in CTJuly 6 (Sunday)

Putnam — Rotary Park. Fireworks at Dusk

July 11 (Friday)

Stafford Springs — Stafford Motor Speedway 9:00 p.m.
Farmington — Tunxis Hose Co. Fireman’s Carnival  9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 12)
Windsor Locks — Windsor Locks Fire Department Carnival. Veteran’s Memorial Park at 9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 12)

July 12 (Saturday)

Beacon Falls — Family Day Fireworks Celebration at Pent Road recreation complex, fireworks start at dusk.
East Hartford — Riverfest On Connecticut River. Entertainment at 4:00 p.m., Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 13)
Groton — Sailfest 2013. 9:00 p.m. Thames River Waterfront
Guilford – Guilford Fairgrounds approximate time 9:30 p.m.
Hartford — Riverfest On Connecticut River. Entertainment at 4:00 p.m., Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 13)
New London — Sailfest 2013. 9:00 p.m. Thames River Waterfront

July 13 (Sunday)

Enfield — Town Fourth of July Celebration, 9:45 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

July 19 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.
East Lyme — Fireworks over Niantic Bay 9:00 p.m.
Newington — 33rd Annual Extravaganza at Mill Pond Park.

July 27 (Sunday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

2014 Fireworks Displays in CT   August 1 (Friday)

Orange Volunteer Firemans Carnival, Orange Fairgrounds 10:30 p.m.

   August 2 (Satur  day)

Orange Volunteer Firemans Carnival, Orange Fairgrounds 10:45 p.m.

   August 9 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

   August 22 (Friday)

Terryville — Terryville Fair 10 p.m.

   August 23 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

August 30 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

September 5 (Friday)

Stafford Springs — Stafford Motor Speedway 9:00 p.m.

September 13 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

As always, Harriman Real Estate LLC wishes our friends, family, customers and clients a safe and happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

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44th Annual Most Holy Trinity Bazaar Starts Tomorrow!

by Harriman Real Estate on June 1, 2014

Started in 1971, the bazaar is celebrating their 44th year!Seems like the Church of the Resurrection Carnival was just yesterday, and now here comes the next entrant in the Wallingford carnival season, the Most Holy Trinity Bazaar!

Beginning Monday night, June 2nd, and running through Saturday, June 7th, this popular event is in its 44th year of providing fun and excitement for kids of all ages. Located at Most Holy Trinity Church at 84 No. Colony Road in Wallingford, this edition of the bazaar once again promises to have enough food, rides, games, prizes, plants, raffles and fun on tap to keep everyone happy! Here is a sample of what will be going on over the 6 days of the bazaar:

  • Thursday only: one free ride ticket with every 25 ride ticket sheet @ $22.00
  • Wrist Bands nightly: Ride all rides for $22 every night
  • Special Saturday matinee: ride all rides as often as you can for only $20 from 2-6 PM
  • Lots of fun for everyone at the 44th Most Holy Trinity Bazaar!50/50 cash drawings nightly (winner MUST be present)
  • Parish Council Raffle: $5 per chance, 6 prizes to be awarded ranging from $250 up to the grand prize of $5,000!
  • Basket drawing Saturday night at 8PM (winner need not be present)
  • Special features including a Country Store, Candy Shoppe, games of skill and chance, Dunking Booth, jewelry, kiddie fish pond
  • Nightly food specials, including a Ziti Dinner on Wednesday night, Strawberry Shortcake on Thursday and Friday, a Spanish chicker dinner on Friday and Saturday, and Clams-on-the-Half Shell Wednesday through Saturday

As you can see, there’s a lot going on so gather up the kids and head over to Most Holy Trinity Bazaar this week for good times and good food. The excitement kicks off at 6 PM Monday night, so make your plans now and we’ll see you there!

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Quinnipiac Chamber to Hold Annual Luncheon

by Harriman Real Estate on May 29, 2014

Dr. John Lahey, president of Quinnipiac UniversityThe Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce will host their Annual Meeting Luncheon from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at Fantasia, 404 Washington Avenue in North Haven, CT.

At the Annual Meeting Luncheon, the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce will officially kick off its year-long 100 Year Anniversary Celebration.  The 100 Year Anniversary will be celebrated with a gala to be held at Choate Rosemary Hall in June 2015.

The speaker for this event will be Dr. John Lahey, president of Quinnipiac University. Lahey has been Quinnipiac’s president since 1987. His leadership has led to the University’s impressive growth, including an increase in student enrollment by more than 300 percent, expanding the physical plant from 100 acres to 604 acres, and directing the development of two additional campuses.

The luncheon event will include an election of the Board of Directors, Recognition of Outgoing Board of Directors, a State of the QChamber, and presentations of awards and scholarships.

The awards being presented include:

· Shining Star of the Year, awarded to Bob Bourassa Catering and Events for their outstanding support of the Quinnipiac Chamber, the business community, and the community at large;

· Shining Star of the Year, awarded to Masonicare for their outstanding support of the Quinnipiac Chamber, the business community, and the community at large;

· Veterans Humanitarian Award, a new addition to the program, will be awarded to Gaylord Specialty Healthcare for their outstanding support of our veterans of war;

· Volunteer of the Year Award, also new to the program, will be awarded to Robert Bishop for outstanding volunteerism and support of the Quinnipiac Chamber.

The Annual Meeting Luncheon is presented by Executive Auto Group. The major sponsor of the event is Nucor Steel.  Additional event sponsors include AT&T, CIT, Hartford Healthcare. Pricing is $45 per person which includes a lunch buffet.  To register or to learn more about the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Meeting Luncheon, visit www.quinncham.com  or call 203-269-9891 or email Brittany@quinncham.com

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Lyman Hall High School Art Students Open House

by Harriman Real Estate on May 27, 2014

The second 60 days of our Wallingford Inspires Art Wall is coming to a close, and we hope you got a chance to see the first two artists’ work at least once. For the first 60 day display we featured local photographer Wendy Kenerson and her beautiful images of Mackenzie Reservoir, Gouveia Vineyards, and more. Many people commented on her work during our Grand Opening, and we were proud to have her images grace our office walls.

Art wall display of pictures created by Lyman Hall HS art students.Beginning on April 1st we had photo collages of Wallingford barns done by art students at Lyman Hall High School under the direction of Art Teacher Colin Lavalette. The pictures are fantastic, as are the frames which were constructed by the students out of scrap wood and painted to resemble an old red barn. One of the frames is actually made out of wood from a 100-year-old barn! To give people a last opportunity to see these great local photos before our next artist arrives, we are happy to announce that we are hosting an Open House for the students that took these amazing photos and their parents, plus anyone else who would like to come in.

The event is being held tomorrow, Wednesday the 28th, from 6PM to 7:30PM in the Harriman Real Estate office located at 116 Center Street in Wallingford. We will be serving a delicious cake from Mr. D’s as well as some of the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever tasted from one of the newest businesses in town, DiBella’s Subs. Various soft drinks and water will also be available.

It has been an honor hosting the work produced by some great young photographers, and their display ends on May 30th, as we get ready for our next artist to hang their work. We look forward to meeting the students and their families, and hope you get a chance to come meet them, too!

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As many of you may know, Pat is heavily involved with the Connecticut chapter of Make-A-Wish. In fact, she just finished up what is being called the biggest wish ever granted in the state, a Walk For Wishes event held at Bridgeport’s Beardsley Zoo, which was an overwhelming success.

COme join the fun at the Wallingford Adopt-a-Wish Wine Social Fundraiser!The next event on her busy schedule is the Wallingford Adopt-A-Wish Wine Social Fundraiser at Gouveia Vineyards in Wallingford. The purpose of the event is to raise money to be put towards granting the wish of a Wallingford child who is coping with a life-threatening illness. The average cost of granting a wish is about $10,000, and it has always been Pat’s dream to be able to get the residents of Wallingford together to help fund the wish of a Wallingford child. This event is almost sold out, and we are well on our way to meeting our fundraising goal!

The event will be held Wednesday evening from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Gouveia Vineyards located at 1339 Whirlwind Hill Road in Wallingford. Tickets are $25 purchased in advance (no tickets will be sold at the door) and include one glass of wine and appetizers. There will be entertainment provided by Elizabeth Dellinger, food provided by several local restaurants, and we are proud to announce that we will have a huge amount of prizes that have been donated by local residents and businesses that will be auctioned off either by silent auction or tea cup auction.

Here is a sampling of some of the prizes you have a chance to win:

Tea Cup Auctions

  • $25 gift card (Gaetano’s Tavern on Main)
  • $25 gift card (Don Giovanni’s Mediterranean Bistro)
  • Riding lessons at Rosehaven Stables in Meriden
  • Wine glasses from Colors of the Wind
  • 2 x $25 gif cards (Sonic of Wallingford)
  • Lottery ticket gift basket
  • Mani-Pedi from Serenity Day Spa
  • Crocheted afghan by Wendy Senna
  • and much more!

Silent Auctions

  • $170 gift card (Crossfit of Wallingford)
  • $100 gift card (Vertucci’s Automotive)
  • $100 gift card (Bounce Bash Rentals)
  • In-home cooking demo & 5 course meal for 6 (Chef Joe Berg, $500 value)
  • English tea basket (Judy Bachand)
  • Diamond necklace from Canelli Jewelers ($150 value)
  • and much more!

As you can see, the prizes are amazing, and so is the cause we are representing. If you have Wednesday evening free and still don’t have a ticket, give Pat a call at 203-605-3873 to get one. There were only about 15 tickets left at press time, so if you want to have a great time, support a great cause, and win some great prizes, call now!

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Come to Downtown Wallingford for the 2nd Annual Restaurant Hop

by Harriman Real Estate on April 22, 2014

If you’ve ever wondered what the food at some of Wallingford’s downtown restaurants is like, now is the time to find out! Wallingford Center, Inc. is sponsoring the second annual Wallingford Restaurant Hop on May 7th from 4pm to 9pm. Bring the whole family and sample the specialties of some of the best eateries Wallingford has to offer, enter the raffles and enjoy some good company, too! Here’s how it works: you purchase an entry “bracelet” for $25 ($10 for kids under 12) which will get you into each of the participating restaurants and allow you to sample selected items off their menu. You also receive a raffle ticket for the Grand Prize, which is a $25 gift card to each of the participating restaurants. Now that’s a LOT of food!

This event serves as a fundraiser for Wallingford Center, Inc in support of other programs, such as Celebrate Wallingford, The Farmer’s Market, and the Holiday Stroll.

Here’s the vital info:Gaetano's Tavern on Main, Wallingford CT

When: May 7, 2014

Hours: 4 PM – 9PM

Where: Downtown Wallingford CT

Tickets: $25,  $10 kids under 12 (only 250 tickets will be sold!)

Who to Contact: Wallingford Center, Inc, (203) 284-1807 or email lizlandow@wallingfordcenterinc.com

Tickets can also be purchased at these local businesses:

  • HUBCAP Wallingford 
  • Wallingford Lamp & Shade
  • Craig Jewelers
  • Yankee Cloth

And here’s a list of participating restaurants:Knucklehead's, Wallingford CT

Speaking from prior experience, I can vouch for the quality of food at all of these establishments, and I’m looking forward to getting out and trying them all again! If you’re looking for a break from the kitchen and you can’t decide where to go, this is a great way to get out of the house, try some food you might not have tried before and support local Wallingford businesses. As a wise man once said, “Good bread, good meat, good God, let’s eat!”.

See you at the Hop!

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Hubbard Park Welcomes 36th Annual Daffodil Festival

by Harriman Real Estate on April 19, 2014

35th Annual Daffodil FestivalOver 600,000 daffodils.

Over 100,000 attendees.

Two days.

One stupendous event!

The 36th Annual Meriden Daffodil Festival in Hubbard Park is almost here and promises to be bigger and better than ever, with over 35 musical acts scheduled to perform this year and plenty of food, games, rides and activities on hand for everyone. The two day event kicks off on Saturday, April 26th and ends on Sunday, April 27th, but the amusement rides and food stations will be open starting at 5:00 PM on Friday, the 26th.

DaffodilsLast year the abnormally warm weather caused the thousands of daffodils in the park to bloom early, but that doesn’t seem to be the case this year, and they should be in full bloom for the festival. The main event kicks off at 10:00 AM on the 26th, followed by the Daffodil Parade at 11:30 AM. The festivities continue throughout the day until a fireworks display at 8:30 PM leads to a 9:00 PM closing, then pick up again Sunday morning at 10:00 AM and run until the festival closes at 5:00 PM. This year’s festival features something for the entire family: plenty of good food and drink in the Silver Fork Food tent; a juried craft fair featuring over 100 of the area’s most talented crafters; musical entertainment featured in 3 venues: The Jeff Crooms Welcome Stage, the Food Tent stage, and the Band Shell stage; and a number of fun activities for the kids, including jugglers, a martial arts show, temporary tattoos, face painting, ice sculpting, a magician, hula hooping, and much more.

The list of musicians who will be playing this year is bigger than ever and sports some of the area’s best known and successful acts, including festival stalwarts River City Slim & The Zydeco Hogs, plus other acts including The Manchurians, Amy Lynn & the Gun Show, The Stray Dogs, Farewood, and The Summer Edeen Band. For a full list of scheduled activities and entertainment, head to the Daffodil Fest web site.

Lots of rides for everybody, young and old!There will be no on-site parking at the event; however, shuttle buses will be in service to transport patrons to and from four designated parking areas: the Westfield Meriden shopping center (JC Penney/Sears deck), Platt High School, Lincoln Middle School, and The Meriden Enterprise Center at 290 Pratt Street. The shuttle service will run from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Saturday, and 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Sunday.

There is no admission fee, no parking fee, and no shuttle bus fee. Tickets for all the food vendors and amusements must be purchased at the ticket booths inside Hubbard Park. For more information about scheduled attractions and events, head over to the festival web site at www.daffodilfest.com, call the Daffodil Hotline at (203) 630-4259, or email them at jearnest@meridenct.gov.

Come on out and have some fun!

The 35th Annual Daffodil Festival at Hubbard Park

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Church of the Resurrection Carnival Brings Fun For All!

by Harriman Real Estate on April 18, 2014

Everybody loves it when the carnival comes to town!

Have fun at the Church of the Resurrection Carnival!

Once again, Wallingford’s Church of the Resurrection is sponsoring their annual carnival April 23rd through the 26th in the parking lot adjacent to the church. The weather forecast for the four day event is for good weather on Wednesday and Thursday and rain for Friday and Saturday, but that should not have any effect on the fun, games, rides and great food that always accompanies this much anticipated event. And we all know how fast the weather can change in New England!

Wallingford Church of the Resurrection Carnival April 23-26

The venue will open nightly at 6pm and features a midway with more things to do than you can shake a stick at! Some of the fun to be had includes games of skill, chance and just plain ol’ luck (NOTE: must be 18 years or older to play games of chance), rides for young and old including a Ferris wheel, merry-go-round and roller coaster, and a Fun House.

Let's take a walk through the Fun House!

The first two days are usually themed as Italian Night on Wednesday, and Polish Night on Thursday. Some of the ethnic treats that will be offered are:

Italian Night

  • Porchetta
  • Sausage & Peppers
  • Meatballs
  • Homestyle Cannoli
  • Pasta Fagioli
  • Quandi (Angel Wings)

Polish Night

  • Pierogi
  • Stuffed Cabbage
  • Kielbasa & Kraut

Other foods available will include clam chowder, hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries, fried dough, eggplant parmesan, Philly cheeseteaks, and clams on the half shell. There will be plenty to satisfy your sweet tooth, too, with delights such as dilly bars, ice cream sandwiches, strawberry shortcake and carrot cake to be had. And of course, the obligatory refreshments will also be available in the form of coffee, tea, soda, water, beer, lemonade and hot chocolate.

Church of the Resurrection, 115 Pond Hill Rd, Wallingford CT 06492

There’s always something to do at this fun-filled extravaganza; we’ve gone every year and we never fail to have a great time and we NEVER leave hungry! So if you’re looking for something to do April 23rd – 26th, look no further than the Church of the Resurrection Carnival. There’s plenty of parking and admission is free, so come on down!

Yes, we had fun last year! I won that gorilla with 3 darts!

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