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Danbury, CT Deepened by the cultural influence and flavor of larger urban areas within a 30-60 minute commute for most individuals, Danbury is a suburban bedroom community of significant opportunity. Its history was defined by the hat industry of the 1800s which gave rise to a generation that went on to spawn its own successful and world-wide renown business and industrial base during the 1900s through the current period. Rich in its own art and music heritage, Danbury was home to the great composer Ives and the celebrated opera singer Marian Anderson. The area and its region is now home to some of the most recognizable Grammy nominated artists of our time. The city is the gateway to Northern Fairfield County to the hills of the soothing Northwest corner and has a direct path each leads to the industrialized areas of Southern Fairfield County & Central Connecticut and West to New York. Its residents enjoy a mix of some of the best private and public schools in Connecticut along with a leading edge hospital. Mixing well with the beautiful stately summer homes of legendary hat industry titans, old New England charm clapboard homes, summer cottages and permanent residences of Connecticut’s largest lake – Candlewood are new construction by famed area architects. Danbury’s in-city park – Tarrywile is unique in its ability to bring a pastoral balance to the bustling City Center and provide some of the most beautiful wedding settings for area brides. Situated along Route 84 on one side with the Route 7 Corridor crossing its path, the real estate market in the greater Danbury area is varied, robust and offers opportunity for all price ranges and consumers. From the newly graduated, first time employee, newly retired to the transferee or the growing family looking to upgrade, the housing market will allow for an affordable choice unlike any in the immediate area with all the amenities for a play filled culturally inspired life. Danbury, the hub / center of Northern Fairfield County is more a large town than a small city. Excellent employment opportunities, regional shopping and beautiful quiet suburban neighborhoods all abound within its borders. The educational facilities include 13 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, a high school, and Western Connecticut University.
Danbury has its town beach at the southern tip of Candlewood Lake with State Parks and numerous neighborhood parks throughout the city limits. The Greater Danbury Area has 3 18-hole public golf courses, 8 private ones, and numerous indoor and outdoor tennis and racquet ball courts.Bethel, Connecticut
Bethel covers 17 square miles of rolling hills in northern Fairfield County, 10 minutes from Danbury The town has 3 elementary public schools, a middle school and a high school, as well as a parochial school. There are several private schools in the area.
Recreational facilities include golfing, skating, fishing, swimming, cross-country skiing, indoor tennis and municipal athletic programs.
Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, Brookfield has a distinct rural charm. Educational facilities include 2 elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. The Western Connecticut State College campus is nearby.
Shopping is plentiful, with large shopping centers in Brookfield and Danbury, 15 minutes away Recreational facilities include golf courses, tennis courts, ball fields, bridle paths and 4 town parks. Nearby Candlewood and Lillinonah Lakes offer fishing, boating and other water activities.
This quiet country village 10 miles northeast of Stamford is largely residential, preserving much of its rural character. Approximately two-thirds of the land is open acreage.
The student-teacher ratio of the public school system is 20-1. This individual attention extends to programs for the gifted and handicapped.
There are abundant recreational facilities. The community is justly proud of the Mark Twain Library, which was founded and endowed by Mark Twain, whose last home was here.
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Culturally, The Danbury Music Center, the Danbury Concert Association, and the Ives Center are popular and critically acclaimed. All three have and continue to feature local and internationally recognized artists.
Danbury Hospital is affiliated with Yale University and the New York Medical College as a teaching institution.
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