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Our cost of living indices are based on a US average of 100. An amount below 100 means Hartford, Connecticut is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Hartford, Connecticut is more expensive.

Hartford, Connecticut cost of living is 96.20.

Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
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  COST OF LIVINGHartford, ConnecticutUnited States
  Overall  96100
  Grocery  118.7100
  Health  116100
  Housing  53100
  Utilities  117100
  Transportation  114100
  Miscellaneous  117100

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Urban Blight With Few Amenities

I moved to Hartford after living in Chicago, and prior to moving on to Boston. Hartford's biggest selling point is that it is 2 hours away from all of the places... (Read More)



hotbed of conservatism that is CT

Most of CT is not walker or biker friendly. Driving 30 minutes to get anywhere is the norm. Not much... (Read More)



the wadsworth museum

it is an excellent museum for art, its great for kids of all ages. once a month they have an art project for kids, and a family free day.... (Read More)



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