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About ‘Merry Homes Real Estate’...
For those of you who don’t already know me, my name is Merry LaRoche. I am a life-long resident of Danbury, Connecticut, and married to Kevin LaRoche, a New Fairfield native. I am also the Broker/Owner of Merry Homes Real Estate.
I became a licensed Realtor in 2004 and for the first part of my real estate career worked locally for Century 21, then moved to G.M. Realty where I specialized in new-construction site Sales Management. For 6+ years I enjoyed managing the Sales for “Newbury Village”, a new-construction town-home community in Brookfield, CT. While there, I successfully sold and closed over $25,000,000 in custom, luxury Town and Coach Homes, but the greatest reward by far came in the form of the lasting relationships that were created with each sale to the incoming residents of the community.
Merry Homes Real Estate opened its doors for business in early 2012, with myself as the Broker/Owner. As a Realtor, I believe in the ‘Great American Dream of Home Ownership’, and the preservation of family values. My goal is simple: to provide home buyers and sellers with excellence in service, experience, knowledge, and most importantly, trust.
Please call or e-mail me if you, or someone you know, are interested in selling or purchasing a home. I offer a complimentary Market Analysis of your home for home Sellers, and a complimentary Buyer Counseling Session for those interested in purchasing a home.
Is your home a “Merry Home”?
Go to: www.merryhomes.net
The City of Danbury´s mission is to ensure a superior quality of life for its citizens by providing the most cost effective municipal services while preserving the cultural, historical and natural resources of the City. The local government is committed to working with citizens to enhance Danbury´s position as a premier place to live, work, and raise a family in a traditional yet progressive community.
For recreation, Danbury offers world-class shopping at the Danbury Fair Mall, it's own Baseball Team (the Danbury Westerners) and Hockey Team (the Danbury Whalers), golfing at well-known Richter Golf Park and the Ridgewood Country Club, miles of hiking/biking/picnicing at a number of public parks, and don't forget great swimming, fishing, boating, skating and more on beautiful Candlewood Lake!
For more school and neighborhood information on the City of Danbury please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
The small New England town of Bethel, formed in 1855, is located in northern Fairfield County. Bethel lies sixty miles northeast of New York City and fifty miles southwest of Hartford and is accessed by state routes 6, 53, and 58 and Interstate 84. Its neighboring towns are Redding, Danbury, Brookfield and Newtown. A town of more than 18,000 people over 17 square miles, Bethel is served by a full time police force, two volunteer fire departments, and the David W. Deakin Educational Park, which contains five schools from grades K-12 and sports fields on one campus.
The town is governed by a Board of Selectmen/Town Meeting.
For more detailed information on schools and neighborhoods in the Town of Bethel please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
Welcome to the western part of heaven! Brookfield is a town rich with traditions,
ideas, spirit, and exuberance for healthy
living. Brookfield is the home of 16,500 residents who have the good fortune to live in the beautiful rolling hills of western Connecticut. The two largest lakes in Connecticut border the Town, Candlewood Lake to the west and Lake Lillinonah to the east. Citizens enjoy outstanding recreational facilities and spectacular scenery. The Town has a wide variety of home styles and values and a vibrant commercial district.
To learn more about the schools and neighborhoods in Brookfield please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
Located on the New York border, with the City of Danbury to the south, the Town of Sherman to the north, and Candlewood Lake to the east, New Fairfield is a community of approximately 14,000 residents, and 25.1 square miles. It was incorporated in 1740. It is the home of Squantz Pond State Park and Candlewood Lake. It is a well known summer vacation community. Major commuting routes incude State Routes 37 and 39 and Milltown Road from New York State.
The Town of New Fairfield has a Selectmen - Town Meeting form of government. The executive body of the town is a three member Board of Selectmen elected every two years.
For more information on the schools and neighborhoods in New Fairfield please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
Newtown is a scenic “small town” located in Fairfield County in southwestern Connecticut, about sixty miles from New York City. Newtown is bordered on the south by Easton and Redding, on the north by Bridgewater and Southbury, on the east by Oxford and Monroe, and on the west by Bethel and Brookfield. Newtown is traversed by Interstate 84, U.S. routes 6 and 302 and Connecticut routes 25 and 34. It covers 38,644 acres or 60.38 square miles, making it the fifth largest town, area-wise, in the state. Newtown was established in 1711 and is comprised of the Borough, Sandy Hook, Hawleyville, Botsford and Dodgingtown “neighborhoods”.
For more detailed information on the schools and neighborhoods in Newtown please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
The scenic Town of Sherman, incorporated in Oct. 1802, is located in the Housatonic Valley at the northern end of Candlewood Lake. Sherman is a rural community of 23.4 square miles with a population, est., 4,106. Sherman is the northern most town in Fairfield County, accessed by state routes 39, 37 and 55. The town's government is Board of Selectmen, Town Meeting.
For more information on the schools and neighborhoods in the town of Sherman please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
New Milford is located in Litchfield County on the western border of Connecticut in the beautiful Housatonic Valley. To the west is the Town of Sherman and Candlewood Lake. To the south are Brookfield and Danbury. Kent and Warren are north; Washington, Bridgewater and Roxbury are east.
For you astronomers, New Milford is located at 41:35N, 73:24W.
New Milford is the largest town by area in the state, consisting of approximately 40,321 acres or 64 square miles, with an approximate population of 28,000.
For more information on schools and neighborhoods please go to my "Home Search" link, or visit:
Merry Homes Real Estate represents both home Buyers and Sellers in obtaining their individual real estate goals using expert negotiating skills coupled with today's innovative technology.