- $1.35MAvg Price
- 3,989Avg SqFt
- 2005Avg Year
Built in 2006, Highview Commons Luxury Condos is a 4 unit complex of luxury townhouses is located in Stamford, Connecticut. 2,600 square feet of sunny living space provides three bedrooms and three and one half bathrooms. Homes are heated by clean gas and cooled by a central air conditioning system. A full basement will give you plenty of storage space as will the one car attached garage.
Your living room has a mantled fireplace, gleaming hardwood floors, and flows easily into the dining area with crown moldings. The dining area has sliding doors to a private patio where you can grill and enjoy the outdoors with your guests.
The large eat-in kitchen has easy to care for hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and a built-in microwave oven.
The master bedroom has a hardwood floors and a spacious walk-in closet with built in shelving. The master bath has a large soaking tub, open shower, and dual sinks.
Located close to Woodway Country Club, one of the finest private clubs in Connecticut, Highview Commons is ideally situated between the Merritt Parkway and Route 95 the freeway to New York City.
The train ride from downtown Stamford is one hour and there are frequent trains both going and coming at rush hour. Downtown Stamford has a large mall with department stores, big box stores, ZAGAT rated restaurants, theatre which attracts actors and comedians from Broadway, and bars and nightclubs.
Stamford, with a population of 120,000, is a major business center in Southwest Connecticut. With major corporations such as UBS and NBS adding jobs over the last few years, Stamford is growing rapidly. While there are 8 million square feet of office space and 1.5 million square feet of retail space in town, Stamford also offers a wide range of homes from exclusive multi million dollar designer homes north of the city to trendy rentals downtown.
A major transit point with its railroad station that serves New York City and Boston via Amtrak, Route 95 bisects the town on the south and the Merritt Parkway bisects the city to the north. Those who settled the town in 1640 as a farming and fishing village would not recognize what has become the booming, culturally significant city of Stamford, Connecticut.
Located in a gated community, these spacious homes offer multiple fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows, and large decks.
With great views of Long Island Sound, these homes are great for boaters.