Thomas Place, Norwalk, Connecticut 06853
Located on Wilson Cove in gorgeous Rowayton, Thomas Place is home to some of the most sought after luxurious condominiums in Norwalk. With 20 2 to 5 bedroom units ranging between 1,320 to 4,723 square feet, Thomas Place is the best location for any size family looking in Norwalk. With your own waterfront views and docks to house your boat, the homes at Thomas Place are incredible!
The master suites vary from each unit, however at Thomas Place, they all feature high ceilings, walk-in closets, and full bathrooms.
The bedrooms have large windows that look out on the beautiful water and surrounding scenery. The bathrooms feature soaking baths, tile floors, and exceptional sinks.
Thomas Place's kitchens are some of the most spectacular in the entire town. Each kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances as well as custom cabinets. The exquisitely crafted marble and granite countertops bring the kitchen together. Skylights and high windows give these homes an open, sunny feeling. In addition, most units have islands that can be used for extra storage. They can also be used as a bar. Hardwood floors are everywhere throughout these homes.
Thomas Place living and family rooms have beautiful fireplaces and enormous windows. The dining room leads out to a private deck with amazing views of the water.
Located in Fairfield County, Thomas Place is a close drive to the Norwalk Yacht Club. It is also close to the railroad station, for access to New York City.
Norwalk is a beautiful and lively city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. 45 miles from New York City, it is part of the greater New York Metropolitan area. The town has plenty of historic houses. Some of the homes here were once occupied by renowned writers and artists! Many houses face the calming waters of the Long Island Sound, providing incredible views. No wonder Thomas Place is so sought after in lovely Norwalk, CT!
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THOMAS PLACE, NORWALK, CT 06853
Rowayton, an affluent section of Norwalk, CT, is located on the Long Island Sound, just 45 miles from New York City.
Charming Rowayton has an active community. With many local associations, such as the Civic Association, the Historical Society, the Rowayton Library, a Gardeners Club, and a Parents Exchange, it is no problem getting involved! The neighborhood also boasts a large community of artists. A Shakespearean production is held annually at Pinkney Park, which is hosted by Shakespeare on the Sound and is great fun for all ages.
As this beautiful village is located right on the Long Island Sound, there are a variety of beaches to spend those lazy summer days. The Rowayton coastline has provided inspiration for many, including John Frederick Kensett, a famous 19th century landscape painter, who frequently painted the seascape. Interestingly, three of the beaches, Bayley Beach, Roton Point, and a coastal enclave of Wee Burn Country Club, made up the Roton Point Amusement Park in the early 20th Century.
The now historic area of the Five Mile River began to grow in the 1800s with the oyster business, which quickly declined due to over-harvesting and pollution. Rowayton, however, continued to grow. Ships and newly built trains began to bring vacationers and the town quickly became a summer resort.
In 1910, James A. Farrell, former president of the United States Steel Corporation, built a Tudor Revival mansion called Rock Ledge. The building, still standing today, was rebuilt in granite after it burned down in 1913. Since 1966, the Farrell family stables on the estate have been converted to the Rowayton Community Center and the Rowayton Library.
Rowayton continues to delight visitors and residents with its historic character and preservation of historic districts. Over 150 historic homes in Rowayton still stand today, thanks to the efforts of the Rowayton Historical Society. In addition, two districts have been named to the National Register for Historic Places. The Five Mile River Landing Historic District and Oysterman’s Row Historic District provide the perfect backdrop for what life was like for citizens from the early 1800s to the early 20th century.
With its New England charm, Rowayton is a wonderful place to visit or to live. The gorgeous coastline, arts center, fabulous restaurants, and shopping are only a few of what this beautiful village has to offer.
THOMAS PLACE, NORWALK, CT 06853
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