A stone-faced castle rests on its grassy silo, windows overlooking a moat. A wood-fence lined driveway leads up to what is essentially two houses — one more traditional, the other a barn. A chandelier lights an open-floor-concept kitchen and living room in a former church.
Each property is one of the collage of several specialty houses for sale across Connecticut. In a market that’s been red-hot for months, these properties are much less swayed by market trends and typically take more time to sell, real estate agents said.