Kensington Woods Townhomes in Danbury, CT
Set just over of the New York state border seconds away from exit 2 of I-84, Kensington Woods is the perfect place for living in Western Danbury. Originally marketed in 2001, this community of 120 modern two bedroom townhomes sits of 32 lush acres on Larson Drive, just off of Old Ridgebury Road on Danbury's west side near Mill Plain Road, one minute away. Commuters heading into New York State will appreciate the superior location off exit 2 near the Matrix Center & I-684 interchange. Complete with a clubhouse, playground, heated swimming pool & walking trails, Kensington Woods can be a great place to call home if you are seeking a maintenance free lifestyle.
Kensington Woods offers two choices for residence styles. The Ashley model offers 2 bedrooms & 1.5 baths about 1152 square feet above grade , whereas the Bentley model has two bedrooms, 2.5 baths & offers about 1452 square feet of living on the first and second story. Both styles of homes offer additional finished bonus room in the lower level. Both styles have an open living, dining room plus eat in kitchen setup on the first floor, one car garage, gas heat & central air conditioning. There are a few differences between two including the laundry location, kitchen cabinet space and room sizes.
As of September 9,2019 per smart MLS, here is what's happening on terms of property values. There is only 1 active Bentley model for $319,000, with no homes under under deposit or in contract. Kensington Woods is professional managed by REI Property Management in Danbury. Common fees for the 2019 calendar year range are $261-$356 a month (subject to change). Please contact me at 203-417-0523 or email@example.com for additional information purchasing or selling your home in this outstanding western Danbury development. On occasion, there may be an upscale rental listing. The homes offer exceptional value compared to the nearby Rivington community up the road. Current listing inventory is low and I welcome any interest from owners in the Kensington Woods neighborhood that might be thinking of moving.
Page last updated 12/2/2019