Barclay Commons in Danbury, CT
Just beyond the hustle & bustle of the North Street shopping district, Danbury Hospital and only two minutes from Candlewood Lake sits the Barclay Common. Located in the Hayestown area of Danbury, this high end community sits in a beautiful section with several natural ponds and well manicured landscaping. Construction started in 1986 and was completed in 1991 with a total of 106 homes. Units numbers go from #1 - #84 and #139-160; the missing numbers were never built in Barclay Commons became Apple Blossom; next door to Barclay Commons as it's own separate neighborhood. One of things which make Barclay Commons different than town homes in Danbury is the fact that exteriors fronts very considerably from building to building. Some clusters offer a stone front whereas some others have vinyl. The community feels more like a small New England Village rather than a place to live & call home only 70 minutes from New York City. Browse area listings in this link.
An attraction to living in the Barclay Commons community in Danbury is the wide variety of well thought out floor plans & styles for buyers. There are single level units, trilevel units with 3 bedrooms, upper level ranch style units with a bonus loft, two level units with a main level den & traditionally styled 2 bedroom 2.5 bath townhomes on two levels.
As of October 7,2020 there is one home listed for sale, a foreclosure 3 bedroom 2.5 bath home, offered at $199,900(per smart mls 10/7/2020). At this time, there is a 2 bedroom townhome deposited, offered at $280,000.Please contact Jonathan Hall-Realtor with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty at 203-417-0523 or email@example.com for additional information for this unique townhome community close to Danbury's Candlewood Lake.He welcomes both buyer and seller inquiries! The community is professionally managed by RRS property management in Danbury,CT. One thing to note is that units must be owner occupied for two years prior to being rented out and no more than 20% of the units are allowed to be leased.
Page last updated10/7/2020