Homes For Sale Near UCONN

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker

Homes For Sale Near UCONNHomes for sale near UCONN are going to be one step above since the Connecticut legislature approved a transformational $1.5 billion investment.  This initiative positions UCONN to be in the ranks of the world’s elite research universities by adding new scientific laboratories, purchasing advanced laboratory equipment, constructing new classrooms, and adding housing.  Additional $137 million in state funds will be invested into hiring hundreds of new faculty and to expand the student body in science, technology, engineering and math. 

By revolutionizing the UCONN campus, the value in homes for sale in and around the Mansfield are going to rise and will create a lot of competition for the incoming faculty.    

Mansfield is not just about great homes at a great value, the community is vibrant, diverse, and caring which offers its residents and visitors unique cultural, recreational, and educational opportunities.  The school systems are known for their amazing public schools, community-wide events, parks and agriculture. 

However, if you are in the market for a Mansfield home for sale or homes for sale near UCONN, you are not only going to find a valuable investment for your wallet, but your family also.  Homes for sale in Mansfiled continue to exude the same desirable charm as they always have, and will continue for some time to come.  The UCONN area is the perfect place for your family to call home!  Call Realtor Brian Burke, at 860-798-3272 or email to find homes for sale in and around the UCONN area.

70 Davis Drive, Storrs, CT

70 Davis Drive Storrs CT

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Brian Burke, ABR, Realtor
(860) 798-3272

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Oct 23, 2019 06:37 PM


Oct 23, 2019 06:37 PM