Canfield Real Estate Listings and Information


Canfield, in 1798, became Township No. 1 in range No. 3 by the purchase from the Connecticut Land Company. This 16,324 acre tract was located on the southeastern border of the Connecticut Western Reserve Territory. It was purchased by six gentlemen; most of the land was owned by Judson Canfield. The Township was originally called Campfield; on April 15, 1800 it was voted to be called Canfield, in honor of Judson Canfield.

Canfield is also well known for the popular Canfield Fair. The first Canfield Fair was held on October 5, 1847 as a one day event with livestock tethered along Broad Street. In 1851, the fair moved to its present location on State Route 46. A fence was built around the property so admission could be charged. The first Junior Fair for boys and girls was held in 1853. By 1855, the number of exhibits and the number of attendants had grown so large that the fair was extended to three days. The fairgrounds were expanded in 1867. Its first superintendent was Mr. J.W. Canfield, Grandson of the City's Founder . The fair opened a new Main Hall (now the Floral and Fine Arts Building) in 1896 to commemorate its Golden Jubilee. The fairgrounds were first illuminated for night attendance in 1924. The fair is a popular attraction today, drawing hundreds of thousands of people from all over the country.

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Active Market Stats
  • 255 Listings For Sale
  • $222,439 Average Listing Price
  • $114 Average Listing Price per Square Foot
Sold Market Stats
  • 738 Properties Sold
  • 124 Average Days on Market
  • $97 Average Sale Price per Square Foot

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