477 Howellton Road, $347,000, Winn Properties LL to Young Kik Cho, filed on Sept. 1.
12 Founders Way, $600,000, Andrew Gomes to Stacey Parks, filed on Sept. 2.
11 New Haven Avenue, $313,000, James Lin to Frederico Faria, filed on Sept. 6.
996 Old Coach Road, $400,000, Castleberry Associates LLC to Aaron Kriss, filed on Sept. 16.
265 Peck Lane, $$272,200, Barbara Brewster to Gina Asermely, filed on Sept. 16.
37 Red Cedar Circle, $318,000, Mary Benz to Rowland Hine, Filed on Sept. 20.
286 Sarah Circle, $285,000, Ruth V Brown Est. to Ortal Gefen, filed on Sept. 20.
938 Red Fox Road, $320,000, Gerald Smith to Volodymyr Nevkrytyy, filed on sept. 20.
479 Sportsman Road, $77,999, David Lichac to Carmen Hernandez, filed on Sept. 20.
158 Sunrise Hill Circle, $682,042, Sunreise Hill Estates LLC to Helene Skot, filed on Sept. 22.
827 Mapledale Road, $400,000, Raymond Clark to Craig Clark, filed on Sept. 26.
258 Hawthorne Lane, $485,000, Gary Tenk to Lori Grabowski, filed on Sept. 27.
528 Lambert Road, $315,000, Seth Tiven Trustee, to Natasha McEwan, filed on Sept. 27.
357 Longmeadow Road, $185,000, Wells Fargo Bank to Lawrence Wells, filed on Sept. 29.
Audra DiGello from Weichert Realtors will show you this 3,553 Sq Ft, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home on 1.05 acres.
A fabulous custom colonial with no stone left unturned for the discerning home
This home meets all the expectations of those whose lifestyle requires an upscale residence. The finest materials and craftsmanship were paramount in the design of this home when built in 2002 as it conveys a sense of substance and quality.
Custom blinds, Marvin windows and doors and 6-zone radiant heat are just a few of the outstanding features. Superb entertaining areas cater to both small and large gatherings, highlighted by a finely appointed formal living room with pocket doors and a spacious dining room.
The heart of the home lies in the inviting open design great room and kitchen area. The gourmet kitchen leaves nothing to be desired among an oversized island, dining area and top of the line appliances including a Dacor gas stove and Subzero refrigerator.
The kitchen opens to a beautiful great room featuring hardwood floors and a gas fireplace.
From the great room, a bright and airy sunroom is an absolute delight with glass doors that extend the living space outdoors to the patio. 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths afford ample space for family and guests. The luxurious master suite enjoys a walk in closet and marble master bath with jetted tub, oversized walk-in shower and separate vanity areas. 3 additional bedrooms and a full bath are generously proportioned.
The versatile floor plan includes a 2nd level bonus room with built-ins and office.
Convenient to Yale, Rt.15, 34, I95, shopping and restaurants.
Perfect for holiday entertaining.
• 49 Wellington Drive, $405,000, Harold Wagner to Laura Tupko, filed on Aug. 4.
• 282 Meetinghouse Lane, $375,000, Richard Delaney to Charles Asarisi III, filed on Aug. 4.
• 460 Dogwood Road, $215,000, Wasyl Denysenko Jr to Steven Hart, filed on Aug. 5.
• 521 New England Lane, $440,000, Burton Kaplan to James Denton, filed on Aug. 8.
• 1030 Garden Road, $366,450, Miguel Dadario to James Carboni, filed on Aug. 10.
• 1032 Garden Raod, $31,250, Miguel Dadario to James Carboni, filed on Aug. 10.
• 873 Orange Center Road, $151,500, Maria Ivanna Lobay to Victor Markiw, filed on Aug. 10.
• 263 Old Tavern Road, $395,000, Robert Bragaw to Greta Solomon, filed on Aug. 11.
• 637 Ridge Road, $399,000, Jonathon Zell to Patrick Stirk, filed on Aug. 12.
• 567 Grassy Hill Road, $415,000, Michael Raccio to Samuel Oliver Jr., filed on Aug. 15.
• 466 Ridgeview Road, $450,000, George Wischert to Michael Raccio, filed on Aug. 15.
• 310 Goose Lane, $602,839, Sunrise Hill Estates LLC to Louis Landman, filed on Aug. 16.
• 860 Greenbrier Drive, $393,000, Timothy Scott to Donald Farnen, filed on Aug. 17.
• 52 Wedgewood Drive, $371,900, Jennie Riccio Trust to Mark Ryan filed on Aug. 18.
• 487 Pine Tree Drive, $315,000, Tara Graham to Christian Ciuca, filed on Aug. 18.
• 638 Brentwood Road, $200,000, John Ciola to Patrick Brown, filed on Aug. 19.
• 465 Cart Lane, $395,000, Willard Chamberlain Jr. Trust to Sara Landino, filed on Aug. 22.
• 26 Andrew Lane, $290,000, Antoinette Tarino est to Maria Salgado, filed on Aug. 23.
• 734 North Greenbrier Drive, $236,000, Rosalie Spinelli to Hua Shen, filed on Aug. 23.
• 408 Pine Tree Drive, $437,500, Peter Tamaro III to Brian McPadden, filed on Aug. 24.
• 57 Boston Post Road, $80,000, DeAngelis Family Trust to 57 Boston Post Road LLC, filed on Aug. 24.
• 905 Trillium Court, $550,000, Linda Loschiavo to Frank Mathew, filed on Aug. 24.
• 499 Pine Tree Drive, $415,000, Fannie Mae to Lulzim Ameti, filed on Aug. 26.
• 256 Peck Lane, $2,847,149.33, Spruman Development LLC to 32 Seniors LLC, filed on Aug. 26.
• 443 Dogwood Road, $230,000, Federal National Mortgage Assn. to Frank Gallipoli, filed on Aug. 26.
• 41 Old Tavern Road, $265,000, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Yamini Patel, filed on Aug. 29.
• 23 Red Cedar Circle, $302,000, Joan Marshall Trust to Judith Smith, filed on Aug. 30.
• 67 Farm Hill Road, $1,025,000, Vipul Gopani to Irshad Mohammed, filed on Aug. 31.
• 477 Howellton Road, $347,000, Winn Properties LLC to Young Kik Cho, filed on Sept. 1.
• 12 Founders Way, $600,000, Andrew Gomes to Stacey Parks, filed on Sept. 2.
The 22,475 sf +/- shopping center sits on 2 acres of land and is comprised of a mix of retail and office tenants. Richetelli represented the Seller, Contempo Post Associates, LLC.
Nick Mastrangelo of Weichert Realtors, represented the Buyer, 200 Boston Post Road LLC.
“Investment properties available for sale along this premier retail corridor are scarce, with typically several barriers of entry for this market,” Richetelli said. “This sale was mutually beneficial, as the Seller was able to dispose of a fully depreciated asset and deploy the capital elsewhere and the Buyer was able to attain a stabilized investment property in this highly coveted market.”
Fantastic ranch at 191 Mulberry Lane with almost 1,800 square feet of living space. Town lists as a 2 bedroom but main level den can easily be converted in to a 3rd bedroom!
Newly finished hardwood floors throughout. Kitchen has new counter tops and all new stainless steel appliances.
The lower level has a huge finished room – great for a game room. It also offers a full bath, laundry, cedar closet and work shop.
There also is a 2 car attached garage and plenty of yard space for everyone to enjoy. Also – city water!
You can rent this home for $2,400 per month.
NOTES: Absolutely no pets and no smoking. Credit check required- landlord looking for a score of 700+
Interested? Contact Sharon Tudino at Coldwell Banker Orange Office at 203-795-6000.
Silver Brook Condo Association, The Perfect Location in Orange.
Must Be 62 To Live in This Beautiful Adult Community.
Walk To Everything. Shopping and Fine Dining Are Less Are Than 1/4 Mile Away. Very Private, Quite and Secluded. No Traffic Perfect For Walking and Bicycle Riding.
Come and Enjoy This Gorgeous Ranch With No Stairs To Climb attached Single Car Garage. Just Walk Into This Magnificent Condo.
Total Renovation in 2015
New Everything, Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated.
Move right into this very well maintained 3 bedroom ranch style homeat 979 Derby Milford Road.
New Kitchen with granite counter tops open to Dining room and Living Room with fireplace.
Three bedrooms, updated bath, hardwood floors, newer windows and furnace. Alarm system.
A rare find with 2 car attached garage and additional 3 car detached garage on .91 acre of land.
Convenient to shopping and major highways.
Just Listed for $265,000.
Realtor Maria Reynolds would be happy to give you a tour during today’s open house between 12:30 – 2 p.m.
Following is the REVISED Agenda and what took place.
1. SITE PLAN APPLICATION – Medical Clinic at Orange Promenade Shopping Center. 100 Boston Post Road (Former Staples Store). Change of use from retail to medical clinic. A SITE PLAN APPLICATION – ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS SUPPLEMENT has also been submitted.
Discussion: Applicant was well-prepared. Unanimously approved.
2. Request by New Haven Hebrew Day School (261 Derby Avenue) for Extension of Special Permit for Existing Mobile Classroom Units. Also, request to locate an additional mobile classroom onsite.
3. Review of the Minutes from the May 17, 2016, June 7, 2016; and July 5, 2016 meetings.
4. Old Business.
5. New Business.
Former Recreation showroom parking lot completed (will be a medical office)
DOT made changes to driveways of new Child Center on Lambert/Boston Post Road
A sweep of the tow
-Review of Zoning Activities Log.
7. Request by Home Depot, 440 Boston Post Road to extend the Special Permit for Outdoor Storage and Display.
Discussion: no problem with the store this season, unanimously approved.
Discussion: The changes would not exceed 7%, complies with the town regulations and therefore the applicant did not have to appear before the Commission. — But thank you for coming!
PUBLIC HEARINGS *(2) Route 34 Winery discussion and decision
* 9. PETITION TO AMEND THE ORANGE ZONING REGULATIONS – -Submitted by Stellato Realty L.L.C. – To amend the Orange Zoning Regulations to provide Special Standards for a “Farm Winery.” (Continued from the June 7, 2016 meeting.)
*10. APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION, PERMIT OR USE – Submitted by Stellato Realty L.L.C. For property known as 403 Derby Avenue. The proposal is for a Farm Winery including the growing of grapes and other fruit products and the manufacturing, storing, and selling of wine products. (Continued from the June 7, 2016 meeting.)
Discussion: The Fire Marshal allows 132 occupancy, which includes the entire building (offices, tasting area etc.) and all staff.
Attorney Brian Stone speaking for the applicant. He doesn’t agree with the regulations with respect to the parking.
An engineer from a firm in Shelton said the septic could handle 2.5 times the needs of the operation.
John Ruffalo said people could be in the tasting area, touring the production area and on the rooftop (with employees included) and not exceed the Fire Marshal’s occupancy rate.
Public commentary: Bruce Lindsey owns a property abutting the vineyard. He feels the plans need to be scaled down and the hours should be cut down. A vineyard would be nice but this proposal seems to have a lot of smoke and mirrors.
Another neighbor, Mr. Gomez from Greenhill Road said the business would be in his backyard and the original plan was far more ambitious and he is afraid it will turn into something much bigger than this proposal.
Commission member Judy Smith asked what size the kitchen was [270 sq ft] what would they be serving?
Attorney Smith said food service would be limited and without a commercial kitchen they couldn’t even make meatballs on site. There would only be finger foods, cheese and crackers etc, but it also would be used to clean the dishes and glasses.
Commission chairman Beau Clark said Attorney Smith did a great job putting together a regulation, but as Mr. Gomez stated, it seems to still appear to be more like a commercial operation, than an agricultural operation.
He said changing the regulation would not apply only to this property, but extend to the entire town.
Clark said the Commission is charged with the health safety and wellness of the town.
Clark said the vineyard should be more like a farm stand. Stop by sample a sip of wine, buy it and go, not make it a destination where you come and stay for the experience. “I don’t think this is compatible with a residential zone.”
In the Plan of Conservation and Development the Route 34 (south) area is more residential, and the Post Road (north) area should be more of a business district.
Commissioner Ralph Aschettino said he thought they should evolve with the times. In a few years, I hope we aren’t looking back and wishing we were in these seats making this decision.
Clark said the artists rendering is very attractive, but what is the difference in this business and a restaurant?
“Little things become big things when they are put in a residential area,” Clark said.
Commissioner Paul Kaplan said the operation is just too intense for a residential zone.
Commissioner Ozzie Parente said residents did not come out to the meeting to speak in favor of it.
“Would you be comfortable with this USE throughout the town?” Clark asked. “My concern is not necessarily THIS scene, but this scene in other areas of town.”
The Commission DENIED the application.