Stony Hill Village (Brookfield, CT)
By Jonathan Hall, Realtor - Danbury,CT Area Real Estate~203-417-0523
(William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty)
 Jonathan Hall representing William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty brokered the purchase of this well maintained bi-level condo in this well maintained residential condominium neighborhood. This 1 bedroom unit plus loft features 1.5 baths located at 23 Acorn Lane in Brookfield,CT. This home was freshly painted prior to sale as well as featured new neutral carpeting . Character features include a vaulted ceiling in the living room, double closets in the master bedroom, new hot water heater and an eat in kitchen. The unit features a private rear deck.The neighborhood features a pool, ample parking and has historically been known as a desired choice condominium project in Northern Fairfield County,CT- Stony Hill Village.Closed date 9/6/2019.Hall was able to secure the house at a fair ...
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By The Brokerage Group - CT Real Estate, Fairfield & Litchfield County + Candlewood Lake
(The Brokerage of New England)
Stony Hill Village: 111 Heatherwood Drive in Brookfield, Connecticut was sold on April 29, 2016 by The Real Estate Brokerage Group.  A 1 bedroom with den condo in Stony Hill Village.  A community built in 1985, offering its residents a community pool and clubhouse.If you are ready to buy, sell, relocate, or want to understand the value of your townhouse or condo, contact The Real Estate Brokerage Group.  Tel: 203-733-1613 The Real Estate Brokerage Group.  Real Estate Team at The Brokerage of New England.  Residential real estate agency servicing home buyers and sellers in Brookfiekd, CT. Visit us at www.BrokerageNE.com  to read more about The Real Estate Brokerage Group and our real estate services.THE REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE GROUPLisa Brown & Brian McDonaldTop 7% of Real Estate Agents in...
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By Marvin Beninson, Grtr Danbury/Ridgefield, CT + Grtr Orlando. FL.
(Keller Williams Realty)
The Shadow Inventory: How will it affect the Brookfield Real Estate Market  There is a hidden demon out there that can have a drastic effect on the market as we know it.  This demon is something called The Shadow Inventory.  You may be wondering what it is and how will it affect the Spring Real Estate.  The shadow inventory is made up a four basic types of properties.  These types are pre-foreclosure, bank owned properties, auction properties and government owned properties.  These properties are not on the market currently but are likely to come on the market in the Spring.  Currently there are between 300-400 properties in the shadow inventory in Greater Danbury.  These properties fall into the category of distressed properties and they will usually come onto the market at below marke...
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By Marvin Beninson, Grtr Danbury/Ridgefield, CT + Grtr Orlando. FL.
(Keller Williams Realty)
Beware: Active Rain Addiction Day 3  Well we got up early this morning to beat the traffic and drive the hour and a half back to the sunny Western Ct area where we call home. The view of the lake was so great in the morning that I thought I'd share it.  Hard to believe that yesterday we were at the site of the Woodstock Concert. Of course there was that fasbulous lunch at Bubba's Barbeque(wifi and all). We're definitely back to the real world......today I went into the office, negotiated an offer on a short sale listing that I have in Bethel, presented an offer on a foreclosure in Newtown, had a walk through and a closing for a condo at Stony Hill Village in Brookfield, took some pictures for a BPO in New Milford and met with an owner looking to sell her home in Brookfield.  Oooops I al...
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By Marvin Beninson, Grtr Danbury/Ridgefield, CT + Grtr Orlando. FL.
(Keller Williams Realty)
Home Inspection for a Condominium??? Why Bother!!!  This is a question that I have been asked frequently over the 27 years that I have been listing and selling Real Estate in Greater Danbury.  My stock answer is always the same.  "Of course" is what I respond with.  As a matter of fact if my clients refuse to have a building inspection I ask them to sign a waiver that states that I strongly recommend that they have an inspection and that they are not having said inspection at their own peril.  Some of my clients have commented that they thought the wording of the waiver was a little harsh but most of them appreciate the fact that I am looking out for their best interest. What types of things can go wrong with a condominium that a typical inspection would discover anyway?  Well the first...
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