The Villages at Timber Oak
The Villages at Timber Oak
DANBURY, CT. – Even as sales wind down in the second housing phase at The Villages at Timber Oak, some of the best purchasing opportunities still remain available at the at fast- selling collection of 278 townhomes and 50 duplex residences in the Fairfield County towns of Danbury and Bethel.

Baker Residential has recently released the final townhome building in the popular housing section which includes magnificent three-bedroom designs with two-and-a-half baths and two-car garages offered at impressive pricing beginning from just $359,990, according to Sales Representative Elizabeth Bauer.

“The Village at Timber Oaks has taken the homebuying market by storm from the day we released our first housing section which sold out in record time,” says Ms. Bauer. “This momentum has carried over into our second phase where buyers eager to take advantage of the incredible value offered here have been snapping up homes in short order.

“As a result, we’ve been forced to release our final building in the second phase much earlier than anticipated. These townhomes are being offered with great deals and competitive pricing and are expected to sell-out quickly.”

Purchasing one of the remaining residences in the second housing phase is just one way for homebuyers to save at Timber Oak. Those who act quickly can still take advantage of the Summer-Sell-A-Thon program which is available on select homes and allots $20,000 that can be used towards closing costs or upgrades on their new home.

Residents of The Villages at Timber Oak reside in a community of style and grace thanks to elegant Arts & Crafts-inspired housing designs that evoke images of a small New England-style neighborhood. Homes range in size from 2,248 to 3,078 square feet of space and come complete with standard high-end amenities such as upgraded lighting, and gourmet kitchens with breakfast areas, separate living and dining rooms and deluxe master suites with walk-in closets and tiled master baths with relaxing soaking tubs and/or separate walk-in shower.

Each floorplan at Timber Oak offers two-car garages and single family style duplex residences have full basements and townhomes offer a finished lower level.

“The allure of Timber Oak is further enhanced by its comprehensive recreational amenities which have been designed to foster social interaction among neighbors,” says Ms. Bauer. “Residents can be seen enjoying each others company in our state-of-the-art clubhouse with great room with cathedral ceiling and massive stone fireplace, fully equipped exercise center and spectacular outdoor pool and tennis court.

“There’s also an impressive entry with welcoming boulevard that leads to an expansive center park and gazebo.”

While The Villages at Timber Oak certainly induces a suburban, small-town feel, residents are quickly reminded the community is just a short trip to the many business, entertainment and cultural delights of New York, Hartford or New Haven. Nearby are major thoroughfares such as Interstate 84 or mass transportation options at the nearby Danbury and Bethel Railroad Stations. The community is also minutes from the shopping opportunities found in the Danbury City Center and close by shopping malls.

For more information on The Villages at Timber Oak please call (203) 739-0610 or visit The sales center is open daily 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. To visit from Route 84 E or W Take Exit 3 and follow signs for Danbury Airport. At end of exit ramp make left at light. Next light make left onto Wooster Heights. Follow to stop sign and make right onto Southern Blvd. Follow to 2nd stop sign and make left onto Mountainville Ave. Follow to end and make right onto South Street (RT 53S). Follow 53S to Bainbridge blvd on right.


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