Cobbler’s Green is a cluster of 32 beautiful townhouses located in New Canaan, CT. Built in 1968 and 1969, these units provide the best of living in town. These townhouses offer two and three bedroom homes with 2.5 and 3 bathrooms. 2,000 square feet to nearly 3,000 square feet of living space ensures an ample open space and storage for the modern family.
Some living room features include crown molding, fireplaces, and lots of large windows to bring in light to your home. Some family rooms also have fireplaces, as well as built-in bookcases and cabinets. The eat-in kitchens have attractive design and form. The tile or hardwood floors are complemented by beautiful cherry or white custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite counter tops. Dining rooms, many which feature bow windows, have well designed built-in corner cabinets.
Recessed lights, central air conditioning, and a one car attached garage all add up to a comfortable living experience. The open floor plan, many with hardwood flooring throughout, allows an easy flow
for entertaining or daily.Fully finished basement leads out to a cobblestone terrace with views of trees and lawns. Cobbler’s Green also offers a pool on site for peaceful relaxation on those hot summer days.
The trendy shops of New Canaan are just steps away from your door, as well as the restaurants, antique shops, art galleries, and wine stores, which fill bustling Main Street. A short drive from your home will bring to the Merritt Parkway, providing easy access to New York City and Stamford, with its shopping malls and big box stores.
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About New Canaan....
New Canaan is a beautiful town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, one of the most affluent counties in the United States. Established in 1731 as Canaan Parish, the area was a religious community in northwestern Norwalk and northeastern Stamford.
Initially, Canaan Parish was not designed as a town and that is why, when it was incorporated in 1801, New Canaan didn’t have a main street, a central common, or a town hall. The settlement developed as an agricultural community and it remained one until late 18thcentury and the beginning of the 19th century when shoemaking transformed the town and became the major industry in New Canaan.
In addition, many other small companies started to grow in different parts of town. Once the railroad came to New Canaan, wealthy people of New York were attracted to the town.
Some of them were so charmed by New Canaan that they started moving here and commuting to their jobs in the big city.
From the late 1940s through the 1960s, New Canaan was an important center for the modern design movement, attracting many artists, writers and media people. World famous architects found in New Canaan a place where they could bring their ideas to life, and managed to create many cutting edge homes. The most famous of all was the Glass House, created by Philip Johnson, which can be visited by appointment.
Cobbler’s Green Condos on Main Street in New Canaan, CT 06840