Somerset condominium in Fairfield, CT

Somerset Condos / Fairfield, CT

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About the Complex

Map of Somerset condo complex, in Fairfield, CT
Unit types
townhouse, single family detached

3 beds

Year built
1995 - 1997

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The Somerset Cape Style Condos, located in the northern part of Fairfield, Connecticut were built in 1997 to high standards of workmanship. The ten free standing cape style townhouses have 3 bedrooms and three and one half bath rooms with 2,340 square feet of open and airy living space.

The living room, with easy care hardwood floors, has a fireplace and sliding doors to the deck. The dining room has a built-in corner cabinet, hardwood floors, and opens into the corner eat-in kitchen.

The den with wet bar is also on the ground floor, and has hardwood floors and a view of the surrounding woods. The ground floor master suite has a vaulted ceiling and a walk-in closet.

The master bath has a tile floor, soaking tub, a shower and built in cabinets. All ten condominiums at The Somerset Cape Style Condos, Fairfield, CT 06825, have nine foot ceilings, clean gas heat and central zoned air conditioning.

The extra large deck is a great place to entertain and barbeque. To top it all off your pets are welcome. The Somerset condos have extra open space around each home which provides a sense of security and comfort. Other condos to consider are The Meadows and County Garden Condos.

Somerset Condos are located close to the Merritt Parkway, which will take you quickly to the Trumbull Shopping Center with its department and specialty stores.

Going south on the Merritt will take you to Stamford with even more shopping and if you drive north you will soon be in the open areas of Connecticut with miles of hiking and nature trails, picnic areas, farm stands and cows.

The 57,340 people who live in Fairfield, the “Dogwood Capital of the World”, are proud that the town has been voted by Money Magazine as the Best Place to Live in New England.

Facing Long Island Sound, much of the recreation is water oriented. Easy access to New York City and Stamford, Connecticut a business center in Fairfield County is provided by railroad and Freeway.

The town was established in 1634; in 1774 the British landed on Fairfield Beach and burned the town to the ground because they were early supporters of independence.

An outstanding school system, a solid tax base and homes offered in all price ranges, makes Fairfield one of the “Gold Coast’s” most attractive towns.

Recently Sold Condos

1 listing sold / past 12 months

20 Windy Ridge Place Wilton, CT 06897