Bradley Commons Townhomes in Westport, CT 06880 is a lovely gated community close to the center of Westport.
Bradley Commons Condos in Vibrant Westport, Connecticut 06880
Bradley Commons, located in Westport, CT, newly built in 2009 features 20 luxury townhouses. These lovely houses are located on Bradley Lane in a gated community. The luxurious parklike yards are lined with evergreens over 12 feet high.
The townhomes in Bradley Commons bring both functionality and style, with each home featuring 9+ ceilings, modern appliances, one attached garage, central air, and sturdy hardwood flooring throughout. These townhomes range from 1,649 to 1,756 square feet.
All main floors have fireplaces for cozy nights in as well as sliders onto the private deck. Main floor rooms include living area, dining room, family room, and half bath. Upstairs are two bedrooms each with a full bathroom. Master bedrooms have detailed trim work and two spacious closets with plenty of storage.
The gorgeous kitchens are wonderful for those who love to cook. You will be able to multitask with your six burner stove while keeping your food fresh in the subzero fridge. All kitchens have stunning cherry cabinets and smooth granite countertops.
Bradley Commons is located close to the center of bustling Westport and within walking distance of the train.
The town offers many ZAGAT rated restaurants as well as a number of family run stores for ice cream and pizza. It has an upscale shopping district with chic shops such as Tiffany and Brooks Brothers. Nearby to the water, residents are offered beach rights.
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Bradley Commons in vibrant Westport, Connecticut 06880
About Saugatuck in Westport...
The Saugatuck area is one of Westport's most popular communities. Residents of this lovely neighborhood can walk to the Westport Center, the train, and parks, such as Levitt Pavilion. Quiet streets make this area appealing, as well as the many historic homes located on Imperial Avenue. Saugatuck River lies to the east, while the Metro-North Railroad line is to the south.
Saugatuck, an area now much smaller due to the building of I-95, was a part of Fairfield, Norwalk, and Weston back in the early 1800s. This community thrived, as the river provided a shipping port for produce, which was sent to Boston and New York.
Ebenezer Jesup, a grain and produce dealer, became the wealthiest and most prominent resident of Saugatuck. Jesup’s mansion was built along the river and was known as the finest mansion in all of Fairfield County. The location of his home today is now the center of Westport.
The arrival of the railroad in 1848 was initially met with resistance, until it led to an increase in jobs. With an increase in immigration, many Irish and Southern Italians moved and began working for the railroad. Italian immigrants settled permanently and Saugatuck was soon called “Little Italy” as a result. Many shops and restaurants in Westport are family owned by descendants of these Italian immigrants.
The community of Saugatuck grew, which eventually brought the need for a local church as the nearest meetinghouse was in Greens Farms, three miles away. The Saugatuck Congregational Church was built and still remains today as a place of worship, as it has for over 180 years.
Though much smaller than it was a hundred years ago, Saugatuck still charms Westport locals and is a well sought after place for those moving to Westport.
About Westport Town...
Westport is located in Fairfield County on beautiful Long Island Sound. This coastal Connecticut town was first inhabited by American Indians and so many of the neighborhoods, streets and landmarks still hold historic American Indian names.
The first non-American Indian settlers were a group of five farming families. The "Bankside Farmers" arrived in 1648 and settled in what is now known as Westport's Greens Farms area, named after farmer John Green. Westport continued to grow as colonial settlers from surrounding towns moved to the area.
Saugatuck Village was the first area to be developed, Saugatuck (meaning "mouth of the tidal river") was important to farmers, as it allowed them to distribute their goods to other markets. Other business popped up along Saugatuck's riverbanks, forming a bustling community with stores, wharves and even a tavern.
As the community grew, a center for town meetings and worship was warranted. In 1711 the first church was built in Green's Farm. On April 25, 1777, during the Revolutionary War, British soldiers landed at Compo Beach, which is a very popular modern day beach and recreation complex. After several battles in neighboring towns, the British marched back though Saugatuck and fought with local militia in the Battle at Compo Hill. The Minute Man Statue located on Compo Road honors those who died. A second meetinghouse was erected in 1736, but was burned down in July of 1779 by British soldiers.
Saugatuck still thrived after the Revolutionary War and the villagers sought their own charter. After 130 families came together, Westport was incorporated as a town on May 28, 1835.
Compaug Beach, more commonly referred to as Compo Beach, encompasses 29 acres of beautiful beaches and park areas. It is a picturesque beach, at the mouth of the Saugatuck River. The beach has been a popular destination since early colonial settlers decided to make this land their home in the 1700's. Today, Compo is very popular and exclusive neighborhood.
Today's Westport remains a flourishing town popular with artists and has a vibrant creative scene. A town built on diversity, Westport has many Christian-based churches and is home to five Temples. Westport is filled with many businesses, shops, a theater, and is a popular town from which to commute to New York City.
Bradley Commons Condos in Vibrant Westport, Connecticut 06880
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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