Rare Vacant Lot Becomes Available in Highly Desirable Connecticut Neighborhood

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New Home Build Opportunity on Norwalk’s Shorefront Park Drive

For the first time in many years, the availability of a vacant lot creates an exciting new build opportunity on Shorefront Park Drive in Norwalk. Settled in 1672, this is one of the oldest cities in New England, with very few lots left undeveloped and yet to come to market. It is even rarer to discover a new build opportunity in a long established Norwalk waterfront community. This deep wooded lot can enable second story views of the Norwalk Harbor and Long Island Sound. Builders and potential residents can learn more about this unique land offering at http://ShorefrontLot.com.

Shorefront Park is a long established South Norwalk community that has seen tremendous redevelopment in recent years. Nestled away off the beaten path in South Norwalk, this exclusive enclave is increasingly in demand by families and as well as professionals that prefer an active lifestyle. Rebuilds in this waterfront community command $650,000 to more than a million.

Attractions include a variety of homes, including older classics on Shorefront Park Drive that were built in the 1920’s after the neighborhood development was carved out of a single estate. Today many older homes are being completely modernized as owners seek to take advantage of waterfronts and water views in an exciting urban environment at a fraction of the cost of neighboring towns.

The Shorefront Park Improvement Association operates for the pleasure of its members two direct waterfront lots overlooking Norwalk Harbor to Long Island Sound. Association facilities include a sandy beach front, beach chairs and picnic tables, barbeque, shower and toilet facilitates in “the Park.” Neighborhood events include wine and cheese beach get-togethers and a great Fourth of July Celebration. Association dues are an incredibly reasonable $100 per year per household.

Shorefront Park Drive is only a short walk away from South Norwalk’s Washington Street that is known as restaurant row along the Fairfield County Gold Coast. This is where Fairfield County comes to play and party every evening! Stroll past a variety of exciting coffee shops, boutiques, nightclubs, the Maritime Center, IMAX Theater, Lighthouse boat rides and The Norwalk Historical Museum. Across the bridge is Veterans Park offering recreation opportunities and host of the annual Norwalk Oyster Festival. This neighborhood provides convenient access to the Connecticut Turnpike, Route 7, taxi and airport limo service as well as commuter rail service to New York, New Haven and Danbury from the busy South Norwalk Station.

Children of families in Shorefront Park currently enjoy public education at Rowayton Elementary, Nathan Hale Junior High and Brian McMahon High School. This area is serviced by Cablevision, SNET and Yankee Gas as well as bargain priced water and electricity from the Second Taxing District’s municipally owned utilities.

Imagine the lifestyle you would enjoy with all the convenience of your new customer designed home located in this highly-desirable and established neighborhood. This rare opportunity won’t last, so interested parties are urged to visit http://ShorefrontLot.com today.


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