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Northbrook Condominiums - a Large Complex in Monroe, CT 06468

Northbrook Condominiums - a Large Complex in Monroe, CT 06468

Northbrook Condominiums is a large complex in Monroe made up of 319 townhouses located on several streets, including Tanglewood Circle, Turtlebrook Trail, Shadowwood Circle, and Juniper Circle. Built from 1984 to 1988, these 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom units range from 1,723 to 2,110 square feet.

Most of the units have wall to wall carpeting throughout, though some have installed gleaming hardwood floors.

The living rooms at these popular townhomes include a fireplace. Sliders lead out onto the private all-weather deck where you can look out onto the beautiful woods. Some of the eat-in kitchens have been updated to modern standards with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

Master bedrooms feature large and spacious walk-in closets, vaulted ceilings, and a skylight, making these units extra bright and airy. The en-suite bathroom has a whirlpool tub and shower.

Central air at the Nortbrook townhomes will keep you cool with central air in the summer. Clean gas heat will keep you warm in the winter as well. 

Northbrook condos come with 1 car attached garage, which has access to the full basement, perfect for extra storage space.

These townhomes also feature a pool, club house, and tennis courts on site, meaning you don't have to go anywhere to have fun. Because of Northbrook’s location near the woods, there are plenty of walking trails along with some beautiful scenery. 

 

 

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Northbrook Condominiums - a Large Complex in Monroe, CT 06468

About Monroe....

The town of Monroe, named after President James Monroe, is a small community inFairfield County, Connecticut. Settled in 1639, Monroe was a part of Stratford and it was known as North Stratford in 1744. Incorporated in 1823, the town is bordered by Easton, Newtown, Oxford, Shelton and Trumbull.

It its early years, Monroe was an agricultural community, but as the railroad came to town, everything changed. The produce that was sold only locally, got to market much quicker and for the first time the possibility of shipping manufactured goods emerged. The town experienced an unprecedented growth with the appearance of factories for producing shirts, carriages and mill goods. However, by the end of the 19th century, everything changed and there were barely 900 people living in Monroe. The situation remained like that until 1950-1960 when soldiers returned from war and people began to turn their attention to Monroe. It was then, when the town started growing again.

Today, the town of Monroe is mostly a bedroom community of Stamford and New York City. Over time, the town managed to maintain its rural feel, having only a few companies headquartered here. With many open spaces and beautiful parks, Monroe is the kind of town that always offers great recreational activities. You can explore miles of hiking trails, enjoy a day of fishing on one of the town’s lakes, swim or go boating.Residents of Monroe are offered tennis courts, ball fields, golf courses, and sandy beaches on the Long Island Sound. In addition, the education opportunities in Monroe are truly wonderful, the town’s schools constantly ranking high among Connecticut’s best schools.

Monroe is so well located that you can easily get to Hartford or New Haven, as well as to New York City and Stamford. This is a lovely, family-oriented town with beautiful houses, lovely green spaces, and plenty of opportunities for a carefree and peaceful 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.

 

This article has been written by Dagny Eason.

 

Feel free to call Dagny Eason to discuss this at (203) 762-1700

 

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