442 Main Avenue in Historic Silvermine, Norwalk, Connecticut 06851
Situated near the historic Silvermine area in Norwalk, 442 Main offers 23 four-story townhouse-style condominiums. These two bedroom, two and one half to three and one half bathroom units were built in the mid-2000s. With the best in craftsmanship, these are the perfect choice for any family looking for a spot in an incredible area. No wonder 442 Main Avenue in Norwalk, CT is so highly sought after!
The master suites are spacious and luxurious at 442 Main. The marbled bathrooms have double vanities, stand-in showers and large soaking tubs. The master bedrooms have high ceilings, walk-in closets, and large bay windows that let sunlight and air flow freely throughout the rooms. However, when the fresh air is not enough to cool you down in those Norwalk, CT summers or keep you warm in the winters, there is central air conditioning and gas heating. 442 Main is an easy place to live!
The rest of a 442 Main house has beautiful hardwood floors that flow from room to room. Crown moldings and beautiful bay windows give these units a very open feeling. The kitchens are up-to-date with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, as well as custom cabinets and countertops. Each eat-in kitchen has a beautiful island that can be used as a serving bar or anything you desire. Perfect for entertaining friends from Norwalk and the rest of Fairfield County!
The dining and living rooms are spacious and the living room has a fireplace, making each unit perfect for family gatherings as well as get-togethers with friends. There is a private patio that can be used any time of the year and for summer cookouts.
The one car garage has plenty of room to house your vehicle or provide extra storage space.
However, it is the location that makes 442 Main one of the most appealing spots in Norwalk. Situated in the middle of town, 442 Main offers easy access to everything in Norwalk and neighboring towns. With downtown Westport, Wilton, and SoNo just a few minutes away, you have all the shopping, restaurants, and activities you can imagine.
Located across the three Fairfield County towns of Norwalk, New Canaan, and Wilton, is the neighborhood of Silvermine.
In the 18th century, there were 12 mills located along the Silvermine River. These mills also included leather tanning works, spool works, and a sawmill.
An old legend says that this area was known for a silver mine, however, no silver had ever been found. Silvermine, today, however, is well known for its history of art and is the home of the Silvermine Guild Arts Center.
The early 20th century sculptor Solon Borglum helped in building the community of artists in Silvermine and was one of the founders of “Knockers Club,” where artists would critique each other’s work. This later became the Silvermine Guild, one of the oldest art centers in New England.
This neighborhood has several historic buildings, including the Silvermine Tavern, a charming bed and breakfast that overlooks Silvermine River. Right next to the tavern is the store, containing many items from the area.
Nearby to Silvermine Tavern is Silvermine Market, a popular lunch spot for locals that is located in a 100 year old building.
Silvermine is a great spot to live in Southwestern Connecticut, with its historical charm and artistic culture.
Norwalk is a beautiful and lively city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Found 45 miles from New York City, it is part of the greater New York Metropolitan area. The town has plenty of historic houses, which were once occupied by renowned writers and artists, sophisticated and wealthy communities, as well as many houses that face the calming waters of the Long Island Sound, providing incredible views. Norwalk is a town where everyone can find a lovely place to live, at affordable prices.
Norwalk was purchased in 1640, and chartered as a town in 1651. During the Revolutionary War, the town was almost completely destroyed by the British troops, with only six houses left standing. Oyster farming and the New York and New Haven Railroad that started operating through town, contributed to the town’s growth and development in the 19th century. Incorporated as the town it is today in 1913, Norwalk is nowadays one of the most livable cities in the United States.
Norwalk is one of those towns that give out a busy feel, but are extremely beautiful and often offer the peace and tranquility one needs amidst the daily activities. With two sandy beaches and several ponds, a variety of golf courses, tennis courts, and wonderful parks, the town offers residents a wealth of recreational opportunities. Norwalk is known for its Maritime Museum and Center, the annual Oyster Festival that always attracts large crowds, but also for the sophisticated shopping and eating district that is known as SoNo- South Norwalk business district.
This small city has strong manufacturing roots; in the 20th century, a major industry in Norwalk was the manufacturing of leather goods and materials for clothing. Many companies move their headquarters in Norwalk, as the city has a great transportation system and affordable work force. Some of the companies that can be found in Norwalk today are: Applera, ABB Inc., Pepperidge Farms, Xerox and more.
Norwalk has a much appreciated educational system and always provides top notch school programs. The town is beautiful, and its location on the Long Island Sound and close to New York City makes it a living choice for many people. The landscape of the city is constantly changing, many old buildings and houses are being torn down and replaced with new structures to fit modern lifestyles. Energetic, vibrant and sophisticated, the town of Norwalk is very welcoming and a wonderful place to live.
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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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