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Connecticut Avenue
Rent $8.
     With 1 House $40.
     With 2 Houses  $100.
     With 3 Houses  $300.
     With 4 Houses  $450.
With HOTEL $600

Mortgage Value $60.
Houses cost $50. each
Hotels, $50. plus 4 houses

If a player owns ALL the lots of any Color-Group, the rent is Doubled on Unimproved Lots in that group.

Connecticut Avenue is the last of the Light Blue properties, and as such has slightly higher rents and prices than Oriental Avenue and Vermont Avenue. Due to the lower odds of rolling a 9, rather than a 6 or 8, Connecticut Avenue is the least likely of the Light Blues to be landed on in the first turn. Its British counterpart is Pentonville Road.


  • Rent: $8
  • Monopoly: $16
  • Rents with Houses:
    • 1 House: $40
    • 2 Houses: $100
    • 3 Houses: $300
    • 4 Houses: $450
    • 1 Hotel: $600


  • Printed Price: $120
  • Mortgage Value: $60
  • Building Costs: $50 each

Mega Edition

In Monopoly: The Mega Edition, Skyscraper rent is $1100.

Monopoly Deal

See Oriental Avenue.


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  • Connecticut is slightly higher in price than its neighbors, but with all 3 light blues, a game can go a lot faster.
  • With a hotel, it has the highest ROI (return on investment) in the game. In order to build it up to a hotel, you must spend $370 ($120 to purchase it initially and $250 in improvements). If someone lands on it with a hotel, you receive $600. That's a $230 profit and a 162% ROI. Oriental and Vermont Avenues have a slightly less ROI, but are still amazing investments.