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Schooner Cove Condominiums
Stamford, CT

This waterfront Condo community is convenient to I95, located close to downtown and just minutes to Stamford's main train station. The community is close to both of Stamford's public beaches.

Palmer Landing Condominiums
Stamford, CT

A premier gated condo community
of luxury waterfront homes adjacent to Schooner Cove, is boat lovers paradise! Both owner occupied and public boat slips are available in this Stamford Harbor

*Another favorite community is in Old Greenwich. The Greenwich Gables is only 5 minutes from the train station and is a beautifully designed and landscaped complex. The condos range from 525k for a one bedroom to 2 Million. This is a serene setting and there is a lovely pool and workout facility at the Gables.

*Marina Bay in Stamford is a waterfront condo community which has a community pool and club house with gorgeous views of Long Island Sound. Marina Bay is still a great value, two bedroom townhouses start at about 480k .


Condos and Real Estate information for Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk and Darien, Connecticut

Below are many listings and links to various condo offerings and recent sales information for Greenwich and Stamford Condos

The Condos are listed by location
and also in a list format on this page. The Condo location links in the middle of the page also provide Real Estate News and local information for Stamford and Greenwich

Downtown Stamford Condos

The Classic Condominiums from 550k
Metropolitan Condominiums built in 2007 550k
Mill River House built in 2005 from 520k
Adams Mill River Built in 2006 475k
The Biltmore Condominiums 400k
Arlington Manner built in 2006 659k
Mid-City Stamford Condos and Real Estate Information
Metropolitan Midrise Condominiums
The Metropolitan Town homes built in 2007
Summer Court Built in 2007
The Chesterfield Condos Stamford
Greenbriar Condominiums
Fairway Commons
Glenbrook Condos and Real Estate News
Maple Pointe Condos 2005
Gables built in 2006
Victorian Manor 425k
Springdale Condos
Rivers Edge Condominiums 505k
Highview Terrace
Condos at Edgewood Terrace
Waterfront and Seaside Condos in Stamford
The Harbor House from 500k
Palmer Landing Condominiums from 575k
Marina Bay from 509k
Schooner Cove Condos from 450k
Quayside from 450k
Gated Communities Close to Downtown Stamford
River Oaks from 1.6M
Chesterfield Condos from 420k
Westover Condos
MacAurther Park
Newfield Condos in Stamford
Pepper Ridge Luxury Townhomes from 1.1M
North Stamford Condos
Vine Meadows in the 600's

Condos in Greenwich Connecticut

Greenwich Pre-War Condos in Downtown
Greenwich Lodge
Le Chateau
Greenwich Towers
Ituri Towers
Town and Country Condos of Greenwich
Downtown Greenwich Luxury Condos from 1.7M
Milbank Mead
Laurel Ridge
Arbor Rose
Lilly's Path
Viewstone Condominiums
Meadgate Condos of Greenwich
Downtown Greenwich Offerings from 500k
Greenwich Gate
Putnum Park
Fairfield House
Old Greenwich Condo's
The Old Greenwich Gable's

Greenwich Green Condo's
The Old Greenwich Commons Condos

Greenwich Waterfront Condo's
Palmer Point
The Waterford

Byram Condos in Greenwich CT

Greenwich Terrace
Riverside Condos in Greenwich CT
Silo Hill
Miller's Crossing
Cos Cob Condo's in Greenwich CT
Greenwich Court
Gated Condo Developments in Greenwich
Doral Farms

This page contains Condo information for Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk and Lower Fairfield County CT. Please visit the other
links in the middle of the page for further condo information by area and descriptions

by Christina Tracy

Condo Guide and Information for
Stamford, Greenwich and Norwalk CT

Buying and Selling Condos in Greenwich
Stamford and Norwalk CT

Condo HOA Fee's in CT

New Construction in Stamford
New Construction Greenwich CT

The condominium offerings are quite
diverse in each town. In Greenwich,
a town located about 45 minutes outside of NYC there are many pre-war building offerings which are unique to the town along with some beautiful waterfront offerings. New construction is scattered around Greenwich near Greenwich Avenue and in the surrounding parts of Greenwich which include Old Greenwich, Riverside, Cos Cob, Byram and Glenville.

One Bedroom condominiums in Greenwich CT range from 425k to just under 1M, waterfront offerings begin around 750k for a 2 bedroom and luxury condos are offered for as high as 5 Million.

Stamford is the fourth largest city in Connecticut and has a large and diverse offering of condo's with a large offering of recently built condos and pre-construction offerings. Presale offerings for new construction are from 450k to almost 4 Million. Current new construction offerings and conversions with move in dates now or within a few months include the Classic Condominiums, Rivers Edge, River Oaks, Adams Mill, the Metropolitan,Summer Court along several wonderful smaller developments. There continues to be a lot of tear down activity in the area for smaller condo projects consisting of 2 to 4 condos and also for new homes.

Projects in pre-offering stages are Trump Parc. The Eastside Commons are almost sold. Condo Projects in the pipeline or in planning stages include Archstone, Park SquareWest, Harbor Pointe, Metro II, Southfield, Dorr-Oliver.

There is a plethora of condo offerings in the area.

I also specialize in new home and waterfront offerings. I am happy to discuss options and community's with you if you are considering relocating to the area.

Stamford Landing Condominiums

The Stamford Landing residences are comprised of a waterfront high-rise condo development and several buildings with townhomes. The Highrise at Stamford Landing affords some excellent water views of Long Island Sound. Wonderful location close to downtown and within walking distance to waterfront restaurants.

Smith Cove Condominiums
Greenwich, CT

Fabulous town home's with terraces
and direct water views close to the Greenwich train station and the Bruce Museum.

One of the largest gated community's in Stamford is the Chesterfield Condominium complex which has a clubhouse and two swimming pools (not pictured). The Chesterfield condos were built in a variety of stages starting in the mid-1980's thru 2002. The Chesterfield was developed by Ceebraid-Signal Corp who is also the developer of the Stamford Luxury Highgrove condominiums.
Please scroll down for additional photos and information on the area condominiums.

Call 203-273-5810 or Email and I will provide you with listings in your price range which include common charges, taxes, square footage and addresses for you to assess the offerings in our housing market.

Christina Tracy is the Condo Expert in Lower Fairfield county! If you would like to find out more information about the properties you see featured or would like additional information on the other condo's in our area please call
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The Harbor House Condominiums
Stamford, CT

Located in the Shippan Area of Stamford, convenient to the beach, tennis and boat docks. Wonderful sunsets are to be enjoyed from the Harbor House.

Charles Cove Condominiums
Norwalk, CT

Walk to your own boat slip from this gated waterfront community located in east Norwalk.
This is a great location just a short distance from the train and South Norwalk (SONO)
where you will find a a variety of shops, movie theaters and the Maritime Aquarium.
Middlesex Commons Condominiums
Darien, CT

Beautifully appointed condos which are spacious and modern. In addition on the property is a guest cottage, swimming pools, and the Darien Library is within a three minute walk.

Palmer Point Condominiums
Greenwich, CT

Some fantastic water views are to be found in this well built community. A great location in Cos Cob next to a public harbor, I95 and the Cos Cob train station. Only 35 minutes to NYC.

Harborside Condominiums
Greenwich, CT

Spectacular direct waterfront property. These luxury condominium's have lovely views west and across Long Island Sound.


Indian Harbor Condominiums
Greenwich, CT

Luxury living in Greenwich from this well run Coop. Walk to your boat and cruise over to Great Captains Island or Island beach.

Thomas Place Condominiums
Rowayton, CT

20 spectacular waterfront homes overlooking Wilson Cove and Long Island Sound. Luxury living in a very private association with a boathouse and dock. (Common charges are around 1,200 per month)

Blue Mountain Condominiums
Norwalk, CT

These Victorian styled cluster homes were built in 1998. Located on Blue Mountain Ridge.

Greenwich Tower Condominiums
Greenwich, CT

An elegant pre-war building (1930) is situated only one block from Greenwich Avenue. A private tree lined street, wonderful location..walk to everything!

Condominium Bylaws Documents and Special Assessments

In Connecticut, a Condominium Seller, is required to provide condominium documents from the management company who oversee's the complex to the prospective purchaser. These documents are typically sent to the Buyer's Real Estate attorney after the offer has been accepted and prior to signing contracts. In the State of Connecticut during the document review period you may terminate the contract without penalty.

The condo documents must include a resale certificate which shows the condominium associations budgets, insurance, special assessments, any lawsuits and other matters that affect the association.

The condo's common budget should state what is covered as far as repairs and who is responsible for roofs, decks, exterior painting and up keep.

If a special assessment has been discussed at a meeting or if there is talk of raising the condo fee's, it will also be revealed in the condominium association meeting minutes. A special assessment could mean coming out of pocket several thousands of dollar's. This is important to find out in case further negotiations may be needed to cover a possible special assessment.

The condominium association normally carries an insurance policy that covers the common
areas and jointly owned areas. Individual owners normally are responsible for the interiors.

Each association is different so it is very important to review all of the condominium documents.

Below are good questions to ask the board when looking to invest in a condominium.

1. What percentage of the condo units are owner-occupied? What percentage are tenant-occupied?
Generally, the higher the percentage of owner-occupied units, the more marketable the units will be at resale.
2. What covenants, bylaws, and restrictions govern the property? What grandfather clauses are in place?
You may find, for instance, that those who buy a property after a certain date can't rent out their units, but buyers who bought earlier can. Ask for a copy of the bylaws to determine if you can live within them. And have an attorney review the property documents, including the master deed.

3. How much does the association keep in reserve? How is that money being invested?
4. Are the condo association assessments keeping pace with the annual rate of inflation? Smart boards raise assessments a certain percentage each year to build reserves to fund future repairs. To determine if the assessment is reasonable, compare the rate to others in the area.

5. What does and doesn't the condominium assessment cover—common area maintenance, recreational facilities, trash collection, snow removal, dock's, seawall's?

6. What special assessments have been mandated in the past five years? How much was each owner responsible for? Some special assessments are unavoidable. But repeated, expensive assessments could be a red flag about the condition of the building or the board's fiscal policy.

7. How much turnover occurs in the building?
8. Is the project in litigation? If the builders or homeowners are involved in a lawsuit, reserves can be depleted quickly!

9. Is the developer reputable? Find out what other projects the developer has built and visit one if you can. Ask residents about their perceptions. If the roof, windows, and bricks aren't in good repair, they become your problem once you buy.

10. Are multiple associations involved in the property? In very large developments, umbrella associations, as well as the smaller association into which you're buying, may require separate assessments.

Questions "Copyright National Association of REALTORS®, Reprinted with permission."


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