Bridle Trail on Palomino Pass, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611

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Bridle Trail on Palomino Pass, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611

One of the many condominium units in Trumbull, CT is Bridle Trail, a 52 unit complex built in 2001. With a range of 1,762 square feet to 2,042 square feet, there are two or three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

These cape style townhomes have an open floor plan. These well made homes feature hardwood floors, 9+ foot ceilings, and crown moldings.

The eat-in kitchens are beautiful and are updated with many modern amenities. Units boast top of the line appliances, recessed lighting, and a granite center island. There are sliders in the kitchen and living areas that lead out onto the big private deck and patio, which is landscaped with gorgeous plantings.


Family rooms at Bridle Trail feature hardwood flooring and a fireplace, which is perfect for spending a winter’s night in.

With multiple spacious bedrooms, you can choose to have your master bedroom on the first or second floor. The master bedroom features a private bathroom with a whirpool tub. With either hardwood flooring or plush wall to wall carpet, bedrooms have large walk-in closets.

Townhomes come with a 2 car attached garage. They are heated by hot air in the winter and cooled by central air conditioning in the summer.

Bridle Trail also welcomes pets!

Bridle Trail is close to all major highways, including access to the historic and beautiful Merritt parkway. You are twenty minutes from downtown Bridgeport, CT, with its wide variety of restaurants and things to do.

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Bridle Trail on Palomino Pass, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611

About Trumbull...

Trumbull is a lovely community in Fairfield County, Connecticut that has managed to find balance between its New England town charm and its commercial and manufacturing character. Settled in 1639 as part of Stratford, and incorporated in 1797, the first businesses that started in the area were a grist mill, a saw mill and a dam on the Pequonnock River. Along with small manufacturing activities, the town’s residents were dealing with growing vegetables and raising cattle, pigs and chickens that were sold in Bridgeport and the towns along the Long Island Sound. The population in Trumbull remained pretty much the same, without significant changes, until after World War I when veterans and workers from Bridgeport who needed homes moved to Trumbull. People slowly started to give up agriculture and by 1930, less than half the land was dedicated to farming.

The small city of Trumbull, Connecticut managed to keep its country feel and has lots of open, green spaces that contribute to the quality of life in town. With plenty of parks and natural facilities, residents can enjoy miles and miles of trails, picnic areas, golf courses, ball fields, and playgrounds.

Diversity is the word that best describes the town of Trumbull, as there is a very well balanced mix of residents both economically and culturally. Besides offering a many outdoor activities and recreational opportunities for residents, the town has done great efforts to ensure that the educational systems stays at the top. At the nine public schools in town, there are more than 7,000 students enrolled. In addition, Trumbull is located close to Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University, and University of Bridgeport.

This small and vibrant New England town is home to major corporations and businesses such as Unilever, Oxford Health Plans, Cadbury Schweppes, and NASDAQ. Antique homes and newly built houses give the countryside setting uniqueness, and make the town even more pleasant and interesting. The Westfield Trumbull Mall, shopping centers, and big-box stores give residents all the conveniences they need in their hometown. Trumbull is a wonderful place to live in, with amazing scenery, and enough cultural, recreational, and career opportunities to please everyone.

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