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Stratford, Connecticut new listing for sale 2 bedroom condo with waterfront views.


106 Jamestown Rd Oronoque Shores Stratford, CT 06614

2 bedroom waterfront condo for sale in Stratford, Connecticut

Fairfield County



Sikorsky relocation? Or working in lower Fairfield County? This spacious and sunny 2 bedroom condo in the North end of Stratford, Connecticut is super low maintenance choice. See other condos for sale like this one.

There are pretty water views of the Housatonic river from the living room and Master bedroom.

There are 40 homes in this condo development with a community pool and clubhouse.  Call Annette Thor to visit this home.




Style:          Condominium

Bedrooms:  2

Bath:           2.5

Heat:           Gas Hot air

Taxes:         9,519

Sq.Ft.:         1822

Move in before the summer and enjoy the community pool and peaceful views.


106 Jamestown Rd Oronoque Shores Stratford, CT 06614

2 bedroom condo for sale in Stratford, CT


Hillside ave in Milford Connecticut has Started Rebuilding after Sandy


Hillside ave in Milford Connecticut has Started Rebuilding after Sandy.


Have you thought about moving to a beach town?

The last two years the homes in this waterfront community(and many others)  have been inundated by storms.  This past year flood lines have been redrawn for homes on our shore front communities. Some homes that previously did not require flood insurance may now require it after super storms Irene and Sandy.


Before you purchase your next home, make sure you get the new FEMA maps from town hall and check with your local friendly insurance agent. The town of Milford posted their new flood map online;


West side Milford, Connecticut

East side Milford, Connecticut


If your home suffered more than fifty percent damage you will be required to rebuild only to FEMA standards.  This means many homes will have to be elevated and use pile or pier foundations to resist future damage.  FEMA offers their guide lines for rebuilding.


Another good resource for information is FEMA’s website.


Milford, Connecticut has an Earth Day celebration on May 11, 2013


There’s a special earth day celebration at Eisenhower park in beautiful Milford, Connecticut, visit the site here


  The event is all day long  from 8am-4pm.  It’s a great opportunity to introduce green initiatives to children.  This is the only earth we have and we need to respect it and keep it clean. What better way to learn the virtues of pledging green than helping clean up different sites all around Milford, Connecticut.  Is your town doing a special celebration for Mother Earth? Do you have any simple hints to add?



1. reuse and recycle

2. compost food trash

3. boycott large agra businesses who promote gmo’s

4. grow your own fruits and veggies or support your local organic farm

5. teach young people by example

6. don’t use pesticides or toxic cleaners in or around your home apple cider vinegar, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, lemons and baking soda are nature’s cleaners



Directions to park,  Eisenhower Park in Milford, Connecticut is accessible from North Street, on the corner of Woodruff.


Sunflowers by: Edward McCain acquired from USDA ARS




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Call or contact me, Annette Thor 203-770-8895,  for help renting,  selling or buying a home in fairfield county, connecticut



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