Looking to invest in Norwalk, CT Real Estate? Our database is filled with property owners that offer unique properties. Let us know what you are looking for and we’ll help you find it.
First Fire Station of Norwalk, CT. Built in April of 1858 and opened as Phoenix Hose #1. Once steam engines arrived on the scene, the name was changed to Phoenix Engine #1. In 1877, the name was changed to Hope Hose #2 and operated until The Great Depression. We bought & restored the building in 2006 – only a handful of owners before us! The property now is utilized as a 2-family and fully occupied. If you are looking for unique multi-family or a single family homes put us to work and call us today at 203-246-5936.
Feast your eyes on the “before and after” imagery of 54 Cove Avenue, an active listing in East Norwalk. You don’t find many Victorian homes in Norwalk with original details still intact. We found this property as a bank foreclosure and one of our NYC investors purchased it. He carefully renovated the home & rebuilt it from studs. The property was a 2 family and now has been converted back to a single family residence. Everything is new and the original integrity of the house has been preserved including the exterior, interior doors, corbels etc. The inside of the home has a new floor plan that features 5 bedrooms 4 full bath 2,765 sqft. The property is currently listed at $875,000. To learn more about the property visit 54 Cove Ave. For a private showing, call us today at 203-246-5936.
This property listed above (note photos) sold this year for $457,000. The home was located in the Cranbury neighborhood of Norwalk. Property address is 190 Newtown Road. The property was very unique due to it’s Victorian/Colonial architecture.
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