46 Martin Street #5, Stamford, CT 06902 now has a new price of $305,000!

by Elayne Jassey 08/09/2019

46 Martin Street #5, Stamford, CT 06902
List Price $299,999
Sold Price $287,500
46 Martin Street #5
Stamford, CT 06902
Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway NE Prop.
1,309Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage

NEW PRICE for this sunny townhome w/attached garage that's right where you want to be! Love the outdoors? It's a bike ride or few minutes to walk to Cove Island Beach and Marina + Terry Connors Ice Rink; it's close to Chelsea Piers, and convenient to Cummings Park, Beach and Marina, too. It's a great location, but the inside is as appealing ... full of sun, with hardwood floors greeting you in the pretty living room that flows easily into the dining room. Large kitchen nicely refreshed w/new center island & lighting, but room for a cafe table if you like ... and sweet powder room completes the main floor. Upper level has Master bedroom with hardwood floor and 2-double closets plus a roomy 2nd bedroom and a lovely hall bath that has been completely renovated w/decorator tiles and pretty tub w/shower. New refrigerator, new water heater, recently painted main and upper floors, even new hardware for those doors! Add the Thermal "honey-comb" blinds in LR and Kitchen for energy efficiency, heated/painted laundry room, great storage, attached garage parking + 3-add'l spots for the unit complete this package. It is well-located for quick access to I-95 and Stamford's vibrant downtown and Metro North trains are an easy drive away. Come see all that can be yours in this delightful townhome, now so well priced!

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Elayne Jassey


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Hi, I'm Elayne Jassey and in addition to my passion for real estate, I have a passion for my family, people, competitive games and Stamford! I have loved living in Stamford, Connecticut for the last 35 years. During that time I raised two daughters here and became quite involved in our local civic life. I was very active in Board of Education affairs during all the years my daughters spent in the Stamford public schools, and my early experience as a middle school teacher gave me a great appreciation for the strengths of the Stamford schools. I am currently a member of our Downtown Committee and I'm delighted to have participated in processes that have resulted in everything from encouraging the University of Connecticut to move into their new-in-town branch location, to bringing the excitement of the area's largest Thanksgiving Day Parade, complete with soaring balloons and marching bands, to town. 

I suspect the greatest joy in my professional life is that I meet and work with so many different and interesting people. I enjoy my customers and I am pleased that I build close relationships with them that I maintain for years. These relationships have resulted in a high degree of customer loyalty, and most importantly many close and rewarding friendships. In fact, I continue to work with people I listed, rented or sold properties to when I first entered the profession, and now I have begun selling to the next generation in their families! 

When not spending time with my family or savoring time with my granddaughter as she explores the world, I love to play games. Whether participating in a hard-fought game of Scrabble, playing cards or coming up with the answers in word games and puzzles, I am energized by good competition and problem-solving. In fact, I find creating a successful real estate transaction is a composite of all the things I most enjoy. It combines the problem-solving excitement of detective work with the joy of matchmaking. Each new customer presents a unique set of needs and goals, a special personality and a sense of individual style, all within clearly defined financial strictures. Understanding all these factors and fitting the pieces together successfully is the challenge that makes the selling of real estate so special to me. And it allows me to use my considerable energy, enthusiasm, and entrepreneurial spirit to work hard at meeting my own personal goals. 

People often say that I am a very lucky person. I agree. I live in a community I love. I am surrounded by family and friends, and work in a profession that still engages me deeply. And I've noticed that the harder I work, the luckier I am!