Great Oak Farm Colonial Homes in Monroe CT

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Great Oak Farm Colonial Homes in Monroe CT

 

 

Great Oak Farm is a charming planned cluster community of 150 colonial homes in Monroe CT in Fairfield County. 

 

As you drive into the entrance you get an immediate feeling of being in a quaint New England village of attractive and well-maintained homes.  

 

The community is located in a peaceful, out-in-the country location in Monroe, yet  is close to parks, shopping, and easily accessible to major thoroughfares.

 

 

 

Some common features of the homes are:

  • ·         Colonial styling
  • ·      Approximately 1700 to 3500 square feet
  • ·         Gourmet kitchens
  • ·         Luxurious baths
  • ·         Open floor plans
  • ·         2 Car garage
  • ·         Vinyl Siding
  • ·         Built 1995 to 2001
  • ·         3BR and 4BR homes
  • ·         1/4 to 1/3 acre average
  • ·         Full basement
  • ·         Hot air/gas heat
  • ·         Central Air Conditioning (zoned)
  • ·         Deck
  • ·         Septic/City Water
  • ·         Homeowners Association fee average $150/month

 

 

Great Oak Farm borders the mostly forested 4.3 mile Housatonic Rail-Trail which also serves as a convenient bike route to the town of Monroe’s recreational 309-acre site, Wolfe Park. 

 

The park is equipped with an outdoor pool, playgrounds, tennis courts and hiking trails and adjoins Great Hollow Lake, which has its own beach, boat launch and ball fields.

 

A wonderful sense of community exists at Great Oak Farm in rural Monroe CT as evidenced by a multitude of events and gatherings throughout the year. These may include a skating party, easter egg hunt, annual tag sale, fishing derby, outdoor movie nights, barbeques, Octoberfest, and tree lighting. 

 

 

 

 

SEARCH FOR YOUR NEW HOME IN GREAT OAK FARM MONROE CT

 

 

 

There is homeowners association consisting of resident volunteers who provide solutions to neighborhood problems and issues.  There is also an architectural review board which ensures that the community is properly maintained and that restrictions contained in the Declaration are followed.  See Architectural Review Board Guideline Summary  and Board and Committees for complete information.

 

Would you like to see a lot more pictures?   Take a 'walk' through Great Oak Farm by clicking on the video below.

 

 

 

 

Click the link below the map to see a larger version.

 


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If you are interested in buying or selling a home in Monroe CT and want to get a feel for the market, please visit my monthly Monroe CT real estate market reports

 

If you are wondering what your home in Monroe CT home is worth, please click here to get a free online market analysis.

 

As a professional, experienced Monroe CT REALTOR®, I would be happy to help you with your buying and/or selling real estate needs in Great Oak Farm  in Monroe CT.

 

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Rainmaker
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Barbara Altieri
REALTOR - Fairfield County CT Real Estate
RealtyQuest, Fairfield and New Haven County CT Homes for Sale and Real Estate

George -- Some buyers want a lot of yard. Others don't due to the upkeep.  This community has smaller lots and maintenance which is very appealing to many of today's buyers.

June 29, 2012 05:49 PM
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Toni Weidman
23 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL
Re/Max Sunset Realty

Great Oak Farm sounds and looks like a wonderfull place to call home, Barbara. And, this is a great presentation.

June 30, 2012 06:28 AM
Rainmaker
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Barbara Altieri
REALTOR - Fairfield County CT Real Estate
RealtyQuest, Fairfield and New Haven County CT Homes for Sale and Real Estate

Toni -- It is a wonderful family community neighborhood. I am always impressed by how friendly and welcoming the residents are and who really seem to enjoy living there.

June 30, 2012 09:21 AM
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Lynda White
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Barbara, I love the way you laid this post out with different options such as videos and maps. Excellent! 

July 24, 2012 04:51 AM
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Christina Ehli
Keller Williams Realty - Brighton, Michigan

Barbara, you did a great job!  It is obvious you worked very hard on this post and are very knowledgeable. You are indeed the "neighborhood expert". 

July 24, 2012 05:56 AM
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