Lexington Court in Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Built in 2004, Lexington Court on Cambridge Drive is a complex of 28 colonial designed townhomes located in the thriving Danbury, CT. These units offer three bedrooms and two and one half bathroom homes, with square footage ranging from 2,300 square feet to 2,500 square feet. All homes have 9+ foot ceilings, full basements, and two car attached garages.
The open floor plan at Lexington Court makes life easy. The living room has hardwood floors, sliders to an all weather deck and fireplace. It opens to the dining area's chair rails, recessed lighting, and hardwood floors.
Your eat-in gourmet kitchen has hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. A center island, and cherry custom cabinets also make this space special. Some units have a bright sun room with massive windows.
Bedrooms are finished with plush wall to wall carpeting and walk-in closets. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and large windows. Master baths have tile or marble floors, hot tubs, and their own vaulted ceiling.
Nearby is Route 84, the major east/west freeway, which will take you to New York State and Hartford. Downtown Danbury is no more than a ten minute drive, as is the Danbury Mall's department stores and specialty shops.
Route 7 will take you south to the charming colonial towns of Fairfield County and north to open spaces and state parks, with miles of hiking trails as well as picnic areas.
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Lexington Court in Danbury, Connecticut 06810
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Danbury, Connecticut, also known as “Hat City” is a lovely town in northern Fairfield County. Being the seventh largest city in Connecticut, Danbury draws attention to the powerful mix of cultures and socio-economic levels that give the town its diversity. In its early days, Danbury was an agricultural community, but as time went by it became more and more industrialized. Even today there are lots of small companies and corporate headquarters such as Praxair and Ethan Allen Industries, located here.
In the past, Danbury was known as “Bean Town” because it dealt mostly with growing beans and vegetables that were later sold in Norwalk. During the American Revolution, Danbury was an important military supply warehouse for the Continental Army, but was ultimately burned and destroyed by the British. A few years later, the first hat factory opened in Danbury, with only three employees. From this moment, the town of Danbury went on an ascending path, hat making became one of the major industries in town, and more than 30% of all hats in the United States were made here. Although after World War II people started wearing fewer hats, the town of Danbury will always remain “Hat City”. In 1852, the railroad came to town, allowing it to grow and expand in areas where there was little to no population.
Today, Danbury is considered one of the safest cities to live in, and it offers residents the opportunity to enjoy a superior and modern lifestyle. The variety of parks, lakes, and golf courses make it perfect for recreation, while the many museums and cultural centers give the town’s residents plenty of opportunities for artistic and cultural growth and entertainment. Candlewood Lake is the biggest manmade lake in New England, and a very popular tourist attraction. In addition to this, Danbury Symphony, the Danbury Museum, the Danbury Historical Society, and Danbury Fair, now Danbury Mall, are all proof that this town has something to offer for everyone. The educational system in Danbury is truly outstanding, with a great mix of private and public institutions.
Danbury offers many residential options, from sophisticated homes to elegant condos, with spectacular views over the beautiful antique houses located in the northern parts of the city. It is a fun place to live, to work, and experience a relaxed, and comfortable lifestyle, having all the modern resources you need at hand.
About Fairfield County...
Fairfield County, also known as the “Gold Coast”, is one of the wealthiest communities in the state of Connecticut. Located in the southwestern part of the state, the county is known for the active lifestyle it offers as well as its close proximity to New York City. Fairfield County is home to four of the largest cities in the state: Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk, and Danbury. It is bounded in the North by Litchfield County, in the East and northeast by Housatonic River, in the South and southeast by the Long Island Sound, and in the West and southwest by the State of New York.
From flat terrain near the coast to hilly and higher areas in the northern parts, Fairfield County has breathtaking landscapes, the highest point being 1,290 feet in the town of Sherman. With almost forty miles of Long Island Sound Shoreline, the county has a wealth of commercial advantages and opportunities. In addition, multiple multinational corporations are headquartered in Fairfield County, including General Electric, Xerox, and GTE.
One of the most populous metropolitan areas in the United States, Fairfield County is an ideal community with unmatched neighborhoods, amazing beaches, a diversity of parks and green spaces, as well as diverse opportunities for recreational activities. Fairfield County is a place where you can opt for a tranquil lifestyle or for a more vibrant and active one. Traditional homes, impressive architecture, modern communities, and historic landmarks are just a few of the wonders and riches that Fairfield County hides.
Being where "New York meets New England’s charm", Fairfield County is the place where luxury, simplicity and elegance are perfectly synchronized. With carefully preserved architectural and natural heritage, Fairfield County is a safe, relaxing and comfortable living environment that allows for great personal, and professional growth, as well as for leading a modern and carefree lifestyle.
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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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