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  • 1200 Bedford | 306

    1200 Bedford Street, Stamford, CT
    1 Bed   |   1 Bath
    1,075 Sq Ft.
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  • Summer Court | 6

    1707 Summer Street, Stamford, CT
    3 Bed   |   3.50 Bath
    2,000 Sq Ft.
    Avail: 9/15/2019

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    71 Mayfair Square Road Danbury, CT 06810
    2 Bed   |   2.50 Bath
    1,974 Sq Ft.
    Avail: 12/7/2019

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Located in the heart of the Gold Coast of Fairfield County, Stamford has become one of Connecticut’s premier cities with booming local and national businesses, and immediate access to NYC via Metro North train service, I-95, or the Merritt Parkway. The growth in the city is unmistakable. More families and businesses are finding homes in Stamford every day, driving commerce, entertainment, and energy into the city’s core and surrounding neighborhoods. Visit the town center for some retail therapy or head to the harbor to explore the newly developed public parks, beaches, pop-up outdoor bars, or gourmet grocers and retailers. Stamford— a bustling city full of opportunities.

Stamford is more than a vibrant city. The parks, restaurants, and beaches surrounding the harbor are fantastic to enjoy year round. Stamford’s very own Palace Theatre, opened in 1927, is a cherished landmark and happening venue featuring weekly live music, dance, and comedy shows. The Stamford Museum & Nature Center and Bartlett Arboretum offer enriching entertainment for all ages. And if sports are your thing, Sterling Farms Golf Course, Terry Connors Ice Rink, and the YMCA offer a diverse array of athletic activities to keep you motivated.

Connecticut’s fourth largest metro area, Danbury and neighboring Bethel have established a reputation for rich history in a picturesque setting. With an emerging downtown scene and proximity to Candlewood Lake, Danbury and Bethel hit the mark for today’s modern lifestyle. The Danbury Mall offers an unrivaled collection of high-end retailers and restaurants to discover, while the surrounding state parks, reserves, and Danbury Railway Museum offer a different kind of exploration. Push your career to the next level in the city center or enjoy some family time at the Tarrywile Park & Mansion and see why Danbury and Bethel are the perfect destinations to get the most out of your residential rental experience.

Danbury and Bethel are the perfect locations for those who want some peace and quiet, without being out of the loop. Whether you’re heading east, west, north or south, the fast access to I-84, Route 6 and Route 7 will ensure that you spend less time driving and more time living your life. Stamford, Norwalk, and White Plains are all within reach, offering the opportunity for an easy daily commute or spur of the moment outing. Add in the excellent nearby schools, and it’s clear to see why this is one of the best places to live Fairfield County.

One of Connecticut’s hippest cities, New Haven offers an unrivaled collection of restaurants, bars, retailers, and museums, as well as some of the state’s most prominent fixtures. Yale-New Haven Hospital, Connecticut’s foremost Magnet hospital, draws innovative physicians, technicians, and scientists from around the world to its cutting-edge research campus. Yale University, the prestigious Ivy League college that’s alma mater to renowned alumni like Meryl Streep, Anderson Cooper, and Paul Newman, is also an epicenter of intellect and forward thinking in New Haven. The city is alive with culture and commerce, providing a home to students, executives, and national corporations. With such enticing highlights, the city has drawn many new residents over the past decade, creating a vibrant community of academics, entrepreneurs, artists, and more. New Haven, a city with a history of innovation and progress.

New Haven isn’t only known for it’s top notch hospital and Ivy League university. It’s also a nationally renowned culinary destination. New Haven stakes a claim to the first hamburger served at Louis’ Lunch in 1900, now a beloved American staple that’s remains unchanged in the most part since opening day. The city also gained popularity in the early 1900’s for its wealth of authentic pizzerias like Frank Pepe, Sally’s, and Modern, many of which still operate with the same recipes and ovens seasoned over the years with literally millions of pies. Just remember, it’s “apizza” for those in the know.

New York State’s fourth largest city is in the midst of a renaissance. You may have noticed the hip art galleries, boutique shops, gastropubs and chic restaurants popping up throughout the area. New York City’s vibe is moving north and blending with Yonker’s relaxed, entrepreneurial spirit creating a unique energy that is all its own. Add to that the jaw-dropping palisades and river views from brand new and updated waterfront parks and you quickly see why Yonkers is a place that is worthy of your time.

A key attribute that makes Yonkers so attractive is its proximity to NYC and destinations North. The Metro-North commuter rail runs along the bucolic Hudson River and provides a quick and easy 30-minute commute to Grand Central. It’s actually quicker to get to Manhattan from Yonkers than Williamsburg! Plus, there are multiple highway options running North and South and East and West. Getting to Vermont or the Catskills from Brooklyn is a bear to say the least. But living in Yonkers gets you on the road further North, missing all that inner city traffic. Whether your plan is staying in town or getting out of dodge, Yonkers is the right place for you.

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