Homes in Connecticut are being snapped up quickly. In some areas, they are staying on the market for no more than 60 days — and they're selling for well above the asking price. And with homes bought so quickly, there are fewer homes left on the market, further driving up home prices.
But even in this busy market filled with bidding wars and cash offers, there are still some homes that exist in a price category all their own. From a home with a "music studio barn" to another estate belonging to the former producers of the television show, "Happy Days," Connecticut's market has some multimillion dollar listings with standout features to match.