158 Forest Street Stamford, CT – Forest Mews – Charles Nedder

 

In the heart of downtown Stamford is this beautifully updated 3 bedroom home.  The renovated kitchen offers Caesarstone quartz counter tops. Sliding doors off the family room lead to a private outdoor patio and garden.  All bathrooms have been updated with new cabinetry and granite counter tops.  Attached garage, pull down attic and ample closet storage. Utilities average $240 month. Finished lower level offers an additional 970sqft.  Move right in!

 

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About cnedder

Charles Nedder - Realtor CT- is a licensed Real Estate Agent Coldwell Banker Greenwich regional office located at 191 Mason Street, Greenwich, CT 06830- Broker Joe Valvano-203-622-1100. Charles specializes in Real Estate Investments, Luxury Homes Sales and Rentals, Buy Homes, Coldwell Homes, Distressed Properties, National and International Relocation. Google CREDENTIALS Multi-Million Dollar Sales Producer (Top producer 2003-2014) Ambassadors Club, President’s Club, Executive Club Member of Greenwich CT MLS Member of the Greenwich CT Board of Realtors Member of Connecticut & National Association of Realtors Member of the Consolidated Multiple Listing Service AREAS OF EXPERTISE Luxury Residential Sales and Marketing Expert Broker Market Analysis, REO & Foreclosure Corporate Relocation Certified Internet specialist & Cyber Home Certified BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY Dedicated to extensive quality marketing of residential properties and providing each homeowner with the confidentiality each personal real estate portfolio deserves. Continued leadership with Coldwell Banker in aggressive marketing strategies through internet and print media. Continued consultant and management advice for long-term client relationships-extended beyond the point of sale. EDUCATION Fairfield Prep High School 1986 Boston University, BMA 1990 Metropolitan Real Estate School Instructor WRRI Real Estate School Instructor Norwalk Community College Instructor

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