Not a Drive-by! This is a charming, updated colonial offering spacious, sunny rooms. Sited on level 1.5 Acre lot. Plenty of room to build a 2-car+ garage.
Remodeled kitchen, newer stainless appliances, tile floor. Large formal Dining Room. Big Living Room w/built-in bookcases, plus 9 x 12 sunroom . Gleaming refinished hardwood floors throughout. Remodeled 1.5 Baths. Main level laundry. Walk up attic for storage.
Lovely condition throughout and newer mechanics too! Convenient location, easy access to New Haven, Yale & Wilbur Cross Parkway.
Offered for $289,900 (price reduced on Sept. 19) it has an unfinished basement with a hatchway, a floored walk up attic for extra storage, and it includes the dishwasher, microwave, Oven/Range, Refrigerator, washer and dryer.
Connected to public water is a plus. Has an above ground oil tank and septic system.
MLS #: 99086060
Classic 3 bedroom, 2 bath cape on beautiful 3.46 acres with lovely pond offered for $349,000. (Price reduced)
Charming 1,680 sq ft home with lots of character and potential!
Enjoy your own pond – perfect for fishing and boating! Living room features brick fireplace.
Hardwood throughout living room, dining room, den and all three bedrooms. Great closets and built-ins. Cedar Closet. Central Air. Large kitchen needs updating but remodel and make it your own! Two full bathrooms. Wonderful storage. Lower level features fireplace.
Imagine entertaining family and friends here.
Property has frontage and possible access from Cobblestone Drive at rear of lot.
The Market is open to the public.
Spread the word to all your friends, family, and co-workers.
Visit the many stands displaying certified Connecticut grown products!
Indulge in an array of all-natural products including but not limited to milk, eggs, flowers, plants, in-season vegetables, dairy, meats, and crafts all grown and made by local farms such as Buttermilk Lane Farm,Cedar Hill Farm, Grassy Hill Farm, Maple View Farm and Shamrock Farm.
The Zuppardi’s Pizza Truck should be there all evening selling slices and whole pies made to order.
Call the Orange Economic Development Corporation office at 203-891-1045 for more information or visit the farmers’ market website at https://www.facebook.com/OrangeCTFarmersMarket.
The Orange Historical Society Academy Museum Antique Shop, 605 Orange Center Road, has a wonderful selection of gifts for all occasions and is open every Saturday from 10-3.
Stop by and shop in a most unusual place, a museum.
For information, call 203 795-3106.
Do you want to go bowling? Back in the day it was the thing to do. Then it was something our dads did with the mens league from church. But now, younger people like Orange native, WTNH 8 meteorologist Kevin Arnone are making this “old man’s sport” cool again.
Well, it’s that time of year again, and Kevin is putting together teams for the Far Mill River League.
Come to the AMF Milford Lanes (across from Costco) on Monday, Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
• Cost is $20 per week for 30 weeks of bowling.
• Brackets, side pots and 50/50 raffle.
• 90% of 230 for handicap.
• End of year banquet and prize fund.
As of Wednesday evening prior to going on air, Kevin said there is still room for plenty of players.
Contact Kevin at [email protected] or text/call at 203-988-1295 for more information.
Originally Published on: Aug 20, 2015 @ 21:48
Second Publishing on: Aug 29, 2015 @ 01:57
Following the model of many similar sites in other towns, a resident started the Orange Ct Tag Sale site on Facebook last week to help people sell useful items without having to set up tables and taking time out on a weekend. Although, you may post a tag sale you are having in the local area.
PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING ITEMS. Welcome to the Orange Ct Tag Sale site. This is a site to post and sell your gently used items – similar to items you would see at an actual tag sale.
Please DO NOT advertise any services or business you may have. You can post items for sale from your business, but don’t advertise your actual business on here.
DO NOT sell partially used personal items such as lotions, cosmetics, etc.
NO selling of anything illegal (i.e. knock-off purses, mattresses, etc.) If you do so, you will be subject to immediate removal from the site.
When listing, please post a photo, price, and location of where the item is being sold from. (If you are cross-posting, please say that in your post)
There is NO BIDDING allowed.
The first person to comment “interested” should get first dibs. Then you go to the next, etc. If you make contact with that interested person, please allow them sufficient time (12 hrs) to respond back.
If you have multiple items to sell, please create a photo album. Have your photos saved on your computer. Click on “Add Photo / Video,” then click on “Create Photo Album,” and then select your photos to upload. You can put the price and description in the caption for each photo.
Please remove your post immediately after your item has sold and the transaction is complete.
All transactions between parties are to be conducted by private message. If you make an arrangement to pick up an item, please show up to pick up that item! Contact seller immediately if there is an issue with an item pick-up. NO-SHOW BUYERS ARE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL FROM THIS SITE.
–Buy At Your Own Risk! This group and its administrator is not responsible for sales that go awry, the condition of items, or recalls of items.
Whether you are buying, selling, or communicating in any way on this site, please be courteous and play nice! If not, you may be removed from this site. This is not the place for rude comments.
-Please remember to be safe. This is a public group, so DO NOT post your address here. Keep that in private messages or emails.
Thirteen girls from various towns around Orange as far west as Seymour and south from Ridgefield attended a 3-day American Girl Doll Camp this week at the historic Stone-Otis House.
The program was coordinated by Pat Lovelace from the Guilford Keeping Society in conjunction with the Orange Historical Society staff members Jan Clarke and Ginny Reinhard.
During the three days, the girls read, wrote and created. They learned about their everyday lives by reading their stories, heard about when they lived, wrote in their own journals, made crafts, played games from the doll’s time period and sampled food from recipes they would have used.
By the time camp ended on Wednesday, the girls already were talking about returning next year.
As a special treat to the community the Stone-Otis House is open Saturday, Aug. 22 from 11-2.
Anna Mary Caldaroni Lisi of Trumbull, 94, died in her sleep on Wednesday, August 19, 2015. Daughter of the late Antonio and Dora Corso Caldaroni, she was born on January 20, 1921 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
She retired from Metropolitan Life and also spent many years as a hairdresser. She was a faithful member of Holy Rosary Church in Bridgeport, and held leadership roles in the Holy Rosary Society and the St. Theresa’s Guild.
She was also a longtime member of the Mother Cabrini Council of the Columbiettes. Prayer and mass attendance was a consistent part of Anna’s life, attending mass just about every day, and via EWTN when her health prevented attending in person.
She also volunteered her time generously for many years and for several causes, and received the US Presidential Award for Volunteerism.
She enjoyed lobster, celebrating family events, playing cards and bingo, and vacation cruises with her “man,” Edward A. Lisi, who predeceased her. Together they shared a 63-year marriage.
She leaves her devoted children: Ann and Michael Purr of Stone Mountain, Georgia and their children: Ann Marie and Michael Martin; Edward and Margherita Lisi of Orange, Connecticut and their children: Kate, Marc, Juliana, and her husband, Patrick Carter; Dominic and Robin Lisi of Trumbull, Connecticut and their children: Pamela and Diana, and her husband, Harry Shyket.
She also leaves her 1-year old great grandson, Dylan Dominic Shyket, and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by eleven brothers and sisters, including: Josephine Minaudo, Gussie, Dora, Mary, Frank (Sharkey), Thomas (Timmy), Nick (Gee), Joseph (Pepo), Salvatore, Giovanni, and Anthony (Toto) Caldaroni.
Relatives and friends may call on Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Abriola Parkview Funeral Home, 419 White Plains Road, Trumbull.
Funeral services will take place Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. from the funeral home, and at 10:00 a.m. in Holy Rosary Church, 365 East Washington Avenue, Bridgeport for a Mass of Christian Burial.
Interment will follow at St. Michael’s Cemetery, 2205 Stratford Ave., Stratford.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Andrew Academy, 395 Anton Street, Bridgeport, CT 06606 for The Anna and Edward Lisi Scholarship.
To leave an online condolence, visit www.abriola.com
This is a rough week to be a dog in Orange, this morning Rayo, a 12 pound, gray and white Shih Tzu went missing.
He is freshly groomed.
Last seen by Lowe’s/Edge Fitness/Walmart area on Route 34 near Derby/Orange town line.