Homes on Video: Heather Drive, Father Peter's Lane

Here are some videos showing houses for sale in New Canaan, all posted recently on YouTube.


These videos of New Canaan homes for sale were recently uploaded to YouTube. Each listing links to the YouTube video (also attached to this article). Each home is also shown on the map attached to this article:

10 Heather Drive

1 Father Peter's Lane

289 New Norwalk Road 10

289 New Norwalk Road 24

58 Parkers Gin

11 Skyview Lane

164 New Norwalk Road

72 Shady Knoll Lane

57 Brushy Ridge Road

83 Kimberly Place



Property transfers columns in other Patch communities:

Darien | Fairfield | | () | | | | | Wilton

Related Topics: House Hunt and Open Houses

Erich Bruhn September 09, 2012 at 02:17 PM
To the Editor: Why are these photos of homes for sale featured in you prime " editorial " location? This is clearial advertising subject matter and should be so located! Was it paid for? If not, it would appear so. I feel it is clearly inappropriate to confuse you editorial this way for you readers. Bad policy, sad practice.
Chandra Johnson Greene September 09, 2012 at 02:43 PM
Hi Erich, thanks for your comment. This article is not an paid advertisement, but a part of our efforts to offer valuable real estate information to our readers, including property transfers, open houses and homes for sale.
Elmcrest September 09, 2012 at 04:43 PM
I have to agree with Erich Bruhn's comment, especially since 8 out of 10 of the listings shown are from William Raveis, also the home office of Patch real estate writer Regina van der Heyden. By the way, there's no street in town called "Parkers Gin."
Teri September 09, 2012 at 05:09 PM
elmcrest you nailed it. Nearly everything patch does for real estate news is about supporting it's advertisers. If they wanted to do some real RE reporting they'd cover the upcoming bulk auction (5 homes) on the Bridgeport court house steps this week. Via the Ruth Jones forced chapter 11 liqudiation http://www.teribuhl.com/2012/09/07/new-canaan-realtor-ruth-jones-mcmansion-up-for-bankruptcy-auction-next-week/
Michelle Orr September 09, 2012 at 08:24 PM
If you want to see a house for sale. Here's one. And a good value. And it's from Halstead http://www.floorplanonline.com/presentation_v2/presentation.php?order_id=94310&mode=unbranded&t_mode=html5#.UEt5IIi38vI.email
S Tadik September 09, 2012 at 11:27 PM
I think Patch has to do what it has to do to thrive. We hold forth in these forums and at times we actually get some movement, however glacial, in the political establishment if we raise enough hell. Patch’s commercial success is in our best interest. It’s as close to the free press as we can get today. Patch is moderate, on average, because all sides slug it out in public. Even though moderate on average, it is not narrow in variety. The recent service station guerilla wars are completely commercial in character even though live high-voltage human personalities are on display -- right or wrong -- and sometimes voluntarily or involuntarily deleted. If Patch doesn’t succeed then we are going to return to managed news and cheerleading continuously. In these times, a little cheerleading to support our local businesses is appropriate where they actually provide good service to customers and community and the premiums are affordable in relation to the costs of going elsewhere. Continuous cheerleading, though, leads delusions of grandeur and encourages political misbehavior. So if Patch blatantly mixes a little editorial and commercial content, let’s not get our cerebrums in an uproar. Remember, without Patch, where would we get our daily dose of Glen? Ergo, politely as Glen would say, may we just chill a little? P.S. Michelle, I am supporting Patch's ability to deliver a live free press, not a particular real estate firm or house which may be a steal.
Teri September 10, 2012 at 12:54 PM
you can also see the Ruth Jones bankruptcy auction news here http://www.teribuhl.net/2012/09/07/new-canaan-realtor-ruth-jones-mcmansion-up-for-bankruptcy-auction-next-week/
Teri September 12, 2012 at 10:11 PM
Ridgefield Bank got Ruth Jones home for a steal at her bankrutpcy auction yesterday. Now they are trying to force her to vacate the Beacon Hill McMansion as soon as possible http://www.teribuhl.com/2012/09/12/469/
David Gurliacci (Editor) September 13, 2012 at 07:19 AM
I came up with the idea for this column on Darien Patch, where I'm the local editor. No one from Patch advertising and no business people had anything to do with the creation of the column. It has nothing to do with promoting any particular business or sale over any other business or sale because the column simply reflects the videos posted on Youtube. The column runs with Patch's other editorial content because Patch editors like me decided to run it. Patch readers are interested in it, and that's why I and other editors run it. We run all of the most recent videos that we can find. If Raveis posts more of these videos to YouTube, then they're going to have more videos in this Patch column. If another real estate agency wants to post more videos on Youtube, more videos from that agency will run in this column.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »