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The townhouses have 2 floors. The first floor has the living room, kitchen and half bath with washer/dryer hook-up. The second floor has the full bath and 2 bedrooms. A deck either in the front of the apartment off the master bedroom or in the back of the apartment of the small bedroom. All of the buildings have a parking lot in front of the building. Utilities are not included. Heat is electric.

floors 2
rooms 2
TOTAL AREA SQ FT. 1,100
parking yes
price per month $1,100
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Two bedroom Garden Style. The garden styles are on the first floors and the second floors. Each of the garden style has a deck of the living room. All of the buildings have a parking lot in front of the building. Utilities are not included. Heat is electric).

floors 1
rooms 2
TOTAL AREA SQ FT. 1,000
parking yes
price per month $1,050
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The gracious entry foyer leads to an open kitchen with custom strained wainut cabinetry, granite countertops, and built-in dining banquette (in select one bedroom homes).

units 112
acres 14
buildings 14
TOWNHOUSE BUILDINGS 2
GARDEN-STYLE BUILDINGS 12
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We are a welcoming, pet-friendly community only minutes from shopping, restaurants, schools, and close access to Route 8 and Interstate 84. Come and visit Middlebury Crossing and experience our community. The professional staff, with the property manager and maintenance staff living on-site, is waiting to help you find the apartment that is right for you.

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We have modern laundry and fitness facilities and a beautiful pool and patio area.

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The property is surrounded by an abundance of trees and a serene atmosphere, ideal for walking and enjoying nature. 

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Situated about 30 miles southwest of Hartford, Waterbury is one of the largest cities in the state, touting a rich past as an industrial center. Waterbury was once the center of American brass manufacturing, earning the nickname the Brass City.