This is a beautiful home in Stamford, Connecticut

For a new home in a location featuring the best of urban amenities and breathtaking natural beauty, ask me about available properties in Stamford, CT. Adults and families alike are served by a city featuring a host of art galleries, upscale night clubs, restaurants and several annual festivals. Stamford's climate means residents can enjoy activities all year long. From luxurious waterfront homes to more moderate dwellings, let me find just the right Stamford, Connecticut home for you.

If you are looking for a new home in an area that boasts a combination of breathtaking natural beauty and all the amenities of a thriving metropolitan area, I would love to show you some Stamford homes for sale and let you see what the region has to offer.
From Stamford waterfront view homes to downtown dwellings, the region provides me with the opportunity as a realtor in Stamford CT, to showcase a city that offers a wealth of entertainment, shopping, dining and recreation, all set amidst the natural beauty of the Long Island Sound.

Unique Features of the Region

The city of Stamford boasts a population of over 126,000 and has been described as one of the best places to live by a number of national media. There are a variety of available properties in the region, from Stamford waterfront view homes to modest city dwellings.

As a realtor Stamford CT, I always like to point out to clients the interesting features of the region.
Stamford was the ninth-safest city in the United States in 2006 (among cities with populations of 100,000 or more), up from the 11th safest in 2005, according to the FBI.

According to a 2007 estimate, the median income for a household in the city was $72,315, and the median income for a family was $88,205

Stamford is situated near the southwestern point of Connecticut. It comprises a number of neighborhoods and villages including Cove-East Side, Downtown, North Stamford, Glenbrook, West Side, Turn of River, Waterside, Springdale, Belltown, Ridgeway, Newfield, South End, Westover, Shippan, Roxbury and Palmers Hill. There are still a number of references to North Stamford as a separate town, but they legally and functional act as one town. Surrounding towns include Pound Ridge, New York to the north, Greenwich to the west, and both Darien and New Canaan to the east.

The warm/hot season in Stamford is from May through late October. Late day thundershowers are common in the hottest months (June, July, August), despite the mostly sunny skies. The cool/cold season is from late November though mid March. Winter weather is far more variable than summer weather along the Connecticut coast, ranging from sunny days with higher temperatures to cold and blustery conditions with occasional snow. Like much of the Connecticut coast and nearby Long Island, NY, some of the winter precipitation is rain or a mix and rain and wet snow in Stamford.