See it today from 1-3 p.m.
Features large living room with cozy fireplace and dining area. The spacious kitchen has a breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances, plenty of cabinets and lots of counter space.
The enclosed heated porch can be used for extra dining space or family room. The sparkling wood floors are in beautiful condition throughout.
There is a media room on the upper level and plenty of storage throughout the home including a large two car garage.
Situated on 1.17 level acres, set back and private at 11 Highmeadow Lane in a sought after central Orange location and conveniently located to Yale, hospitals, within minutes to major highways, Parkway, restaurants, shopping, train stations, and all Orange has to offer including Award Winning Schools.
Recently reduced, offered for $387,000.
One Year Home Warranty.
Following are brief notes from that meeting:
Chief Robert Gagne made the Board aware of the Ride for Hope Charity Motorcycle Ride that will be coming through town on June 2. Lt. Ray LaPlante will be involved.
The monthly meeting of the Orange Police Commission included the following:
The activity of the Department– Assistant Chief Max Martins outlined the February statistics with the Commissioners.
There were 32 criminal arrests
136 motor vehicle citations.
There was l commercial burglary.
There were 2 motor vehicles stolen and neither was recovered.
In addition, there were 23 larcenies and 72 motor vehicle accidents.
There were 3,030 calls for service that generated 490 written reports.
Chief Gagne reported that the Records Division took in the following revenue:
Report sales $139.00
Parking tags $325.00
For a total of $1,244.00.
Chief Gagne explained that the expenditures for the month were routine and highlighted expenses for training, medical supplies, a recruit physical, computer equipment, and cleaning supplies.
Budget Balances Chief Gagne went over the budget – no major concerns.
Chief Gagne explained that overtime is continuing to be very low and the department spent less in overtime at this point than it did at the same time last year.
CLESPP Audit (Compliance to Law Enforcement Standards and Practices Program): This is the minimum standards audit which will eventually lead to accreditation. The audit is complete and was successful, Mark Fasano felt the department was well on its way to accreditation.
DARE Graduations: All are complete, Det. Bailey did an excellent job mentoring, telling stories for parents, etc. It was a successful year for DARE.
Cell Block Project: Chief Gagne advised that there is no real change. He did advise the Board of Finance that bids came in unexpectedly high. Waiting to hear back from the architect.
New Business General Order s-14 Family Violence: There have been changes to the Family Violence Laws, so the OPD policy has been changed to support the new laws.
Wiring Project – New Phone System: The town is implementing a new phone system which requires pre-wiring of all buildings. It is a 3 week/phase project for the Police Department and it is now in phase 2.
Citizens Academy: New Academy will be starting April 24, 2019, for 8 weeks from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Correspondence Charles Sherwood SCCJA – thanking Sgt. Aquino for serving on the oral board examination panel for the position of Recruit Police Officer.
Personnel Letter from Chief Gagne to Sgt. Mike Kosh – thanking him for his service as the ISU Interim Commander. Chief Gagne advised the board that Sgt. Kosh did an outstanding job.
Recruit Graduation – March 27, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at SCSU for Officers Withington and Coutu. Their swearing-in will be Thursday, March 28 at 9:00 a.m.
Super Plunge for Special Olympics – Officer Peterson has taken an enthusiastic interest in the Torch Run and all fundraisers for Special Olympics. He has a fundraising page. On March 30 – March 31, he will be jumping into Long Island Sound in Westbrook every hour for 24 hours. The OPD will have people there to support him.
Completely Renovated Ranch! Interior features brand new kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Formal dining room situated adjacent to the kitchen.
Hardwoods throughout. Large living room features a brand new re-faced stone fireplace!
Master bedroom includes a Master Bath with tile shower stall.
Brand new main bath with custom tile work.
Exterior features new vinyl siding, vinyl windows, and new deck with a retractable canopy.
Includes a lower level family room for additional living space.
The main living area is wide open and filled with tons of natural light. Full wall to wall to ceiling fireplace to snuggle up to on those cold Winter nights. Granite countertops add elegance to the spacious kitchen.
Hugh 0.71 acre level yard and inviting deck is the perfect area to entertain on those hot Summer nights. Full dry basement has the possibility of finishing in the future. Owners have gone above and beyond installing insulation to keep the house toasty in the Winter and cool in the Summer.
Corner home with a great front and backyard lawn, with great fresh air and light into the house. Four-bedroom unit with in-law features. Two bedrooms with kitchen, living room and dining area in the main unit with its own full bath. Wooden floor. In-law unit with two bedrooms and full bath leading to Deck and porch. Gas based force air heating in main unit and baseboards in in-law unit. Gas stove and City water.
Entire house inspected and reinforced with insulation under the roof, basement and crawl space of the in-law unit. Attached 2 car garage with individual automatic door openers. Stop for middle and secondary school buses.
Offered for sale for $419,000.