DANBURY/BETHEL, CT. – The allure, elegance and grace of two of the most desirable single-family duplex designs will be on full display at The Villages at Timber Oak when developer Baker Residential hosts a special weekend of ‘Hard Hat” tours.

Slated for Saturday and Sunday, October 23rd and 24th from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m., the day will be highlighted by guided tours of Fairfield and Washington homes that are currently under construction.

Attendees will tour the floorplans and get a better sense of the well-planned living spaces and open and spacious interiors. Priced from the low-$400,000s, these gracious homes boast 2,200 square feet of living space with two-and-a-half baths, two-car garage and a full basement. All of the homes are located in the desirable Bethel section of the community.

“With our available inventory of homes quickly dwindling, we decided to host the ‘hard hat’ event to provide interested prospects a glimpse into these residence and help them make a more educated and confident decision,” says Sales Representative Elizabeth Bauer. “Now, they’ll have all the tools needed to decide which home best suits their needs and don’t have to wait until these model residences are complete and risk missing out on the opportunity to purchase here.”

Less than 20 duplexes remaining available in the fourth and final phase at The Villages at Timber Oak. When completed, the new Washington duplex model will join the Whitman and the Revere townhome models.

The Whitman and Revere are both part of the community’s fourth and final townhome phase which includes impressive layouts that range from 1,491 square feet of living space and boast two to three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Townhome residences at The Villages at Timber Oak are available at a tremendous value thanks to outstanding pricing from the $290,000s.

Upon entering The Villages at Timber Oak, guests and residents are captivated by the community’s appearance which evokes that of a small New England-style neighborhood. The community’s impressive entry features a welcoming boulevard that leads to an expansive center park and gazebo enhancing its suburban, small-town feel.

After a busy day, residents can meet with friends and neighbors or simply unwind at the community’s state-of-the-art clubhouse. The impressive facility features a furnished great room with cathedral ceiling and massive stone fireplace, fully equipped exercise center and spectacular outdoor pool and tennis court.

The Villages at Timber Oak is conveniently located to the many business, entertainment and cultural delights of New York, Hartford and New Haven. The community is mere minutes from the shopping opportunities found in the Danbury City Center and close by shopping malls.

There is also a variety of major thoroughfares such as Interstate 84 found nearby as well as mass transportation options at the Danbury and Bethel Railroad Stations.

The Villages at Timber Oak – which has been approved by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to offer qualified homebuyers loans requiring as little as 3.5% down — features home designs that provide something for everyone, whether its young couples and families looking to purchase their first home or empty-nesters hoping to downsize from large single-family residences to a more manage, maintenance-free lifestyle.

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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