Built in 1973, there are 20 attached, townhouse style homes at the Windsor House Condominiums in Bethel. These units run at approximately 1,000 square feet and have two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms.
The bedrooms on the second floor are finished with wall to wall carpeting. The master bedroom has a walk in closet.
The living and dining rooms on the main floor also have wall to wall carpeting. The living room has a fireplace, giving the home a warm and inviting atmosphere. Some units have fully finished basements, which make an ideal space for a den or family room.
The kitchen has vinyl flooring and updated appliances, making cooking easy and enjoyable.
The private deck is a great bonus feature on the exterior.
Heating is electric and pets are welcome at Windsor House. The one car attached garage makes parking convenient and adds extra storage space.
This quiet and well-maintained complex is ideally situated in a scenic neighborhood close to town.
Like most of Fairfield County, Bethel has the ideal position of being close to beautiful, rural areas as well as more vibrant, urban centers. Windsor House is in a great location in a quiet area that is also walking distance from Bethel’s center. restaurants, shopping, and transportation are all closeby.
Windsor House is not only conveniently located close to the heart of charming Bethel, but also to Danbury, CT, with its large mall where there are department stores and specialty shops. Route 84 is a major east/west freeway and is a few minutes away. Also closeby is a train station, which will take you to New York City in about one hour and forty minutes.
Windsor House Condominiums offer affordable, low maintenance living in a convenient location close to Bethel’s center.
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Bethel is a small New England town located in the Northern Fairfield County, Connecticut. The town offers the advantage of being only 60 miles from New York City, with its busy and energetic lifestyle, as well as very close to the countryside, within minutes from the rural parts of Connecticut.
Founded around 1700, Bethel was a parish of Danbury for over 96 years and it was mainly a self-sufficient farming community. The first Bethel houses were built in the 1730s or 1740s, and can be found at 27 Grassy Plain Street and 63 Grassy Plain Street. Since then, the town has bloomed and even though it is rather small, Bethel is one of the places you can fall in love with quickly. The town also has a historic district - the Greenwood Avenue Historic District. This is the commercial center of the town and it features a variety of architectural styles- from Greek revival to Victorian styles, and the early 20th century influences, the buildings in Bethel center represent a part of small town American architecture history. The area includes various shops, restaurants, a public library, a church and a former opera house.
Whether you want to go for a stroll or a hike, shop for fresh fruit and vegetables at the Farmers Market, or even enjoy the wonderful sights over the beautiful woods and fields, you can do it without giving it much thought. Bethel is a unique small town with a friendly community and incredible parks and open spaces. In addition, the town has a very low crime rate, and it offers great education opportunities.
The town of Bethel is a family oriented place, with beautiful landscapes, interesting traditions and friendly people. It is a town where one can enjoy the beauty and serenity that nature has to offer, but also feel the pulse of a modern and energetic lifestyle.
The most recent ranking of the nation’s high schools published by U.S. News & World Report distinguished Connecticut with 11 gold medal schools, 24 silver medal schools, and 4 bronze medal schools. Of the top 10 best high schools listed, half were in the 26th district. Weston, Ridgefield, Wilton, Joel Barlow, Darien, New Canaan, and Staples High School were recognized.
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