- 3 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 3,433 Sqft
- Built in 1926
- Old Townhouse
On the corner of Elm and Weed Street is Stepping Stones, a converted stone monastery. Built in 1926, these one, two, and three bedroom units have been updated, with many of the original features preserved. Square footage in these eight units range from 1,800 to 3,400 square feet.
The sun-filled living space boasts high ceilings and leaded glass windows which overlook the park like grounds of nearly four acres. The eat-in kitchen features granite countertops and top notch stainless steel appliances. The three ensuite bathrooms have been updated. All units have private stone terraces, some with multiple balconies.
Make sure to take advantage of Stepping Stones’ convenient access to town with its chic shops, restaurants, beautiful churches, the library, and art galleries. The train to New York City is a short walk away and the trip takes one hour and twenty minutes. Close by is the Merritt Parkway, which gives you access to Stamford, Connecticut, with its mall and big box stores.
Located in this neighborhood is the well known Waveny Park, which has over 250 acres of wooded forests, hiking trails, and fields.
With many homes and condominiums the center is walking distance to a variety of restaurants, independent shops, and boutiqutes.
With its vibrant Main Street, this charming town boasts many luxury homes. Rated one of the best places to live in Connecticut, it features an easy commute into New York City.read about lifestyle & places to live
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Best rated in town, these luxury condos are close to bustling Main Street, with trendy restaurants and shops, as well as the train, just outside your door.
Located right next to Mead Park, these townhomes offer a residents a pool on site, making it perfect for families.
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