North Granby is a village and census-designated place in Hartford County, Connecticut. It is part of the town of Granby. The center of North Granby is today marked principally by the Cossitt Branch Library and the Allen Cider Mill.
Granby has thousands upon thousands of trees lining the streets and adorning the parks; they're gorgeous in the fall when their colors change.
College-educated neighbors are almost a surety when you live in Granby, as it has become a popular location for graduates in recent years. Residents of this village have an income that is above average.
Listing prices in Granby rose noticeably 9.4 percent year-over-year, from $244,031 to $267,085 this year. During the same period, inventory declined by 23.1 percent. The number of listings in this area noticeably dropped from 39 to 30 homes on the market last year, somewhat constricting the market for new buyers looking to move to this area. The older homes in Granby have remodeled bathrooms where the original floors and bathroom fixtures have been completely redone to conform to modern tastes and standards. A decent number of residential properties in this area feature walk-in closets, giving you plenty of storage space with easy access. If you are looking to find a home that is reminiscent of the colonial area, Granby is for you, as it features a variety of colonial-style homes to choose from.