Wallingford is located between New Haven and Hartford, and is home to more than 45,000 residents.
The town is also home to a variety of industries, major corporations and institutions, including Choate Rosemary Hall, Gaylord and Masonicare health care facilities, and hundreds of small businesses and shops that allow Wallingford to retain its New England country flavor.
The central business district of Center Street up the hill to Main Street developed over the past 300 years in a mixture of architectural styles. Fortunately, the streets largely escaped remodeling and reconstruction efforts leaving most downtown storefronts frozen in time, thus retaining the historic charm that other towns have lost.
Restaurants, shops, salons, taverns, antique stores, historic sites, parks, tennis courts, playgrounds, the Public Library, the Wallingford Senior Center and Choate are literally blocks away. So, unlike other condo developments that are on the edge of town, if you don't drive, or don't feel like driving, you are only limited in how far you wish to stroll.
We are just a short walk to the train station, which has Amtrak service and a shuttle to New Haven, where connections to Metro-North and other Amtrak lines is available. The Wilbur Cross Parkway / Route 15 is a half-mile away and I-91 is 2-miles. Both have easy connections to each other and to I-84 and I-95.
Take Exit 64. At light make a sharp right under the parkway onto Quinnipiac Street. Go 2/3 mile and make a right onto South Cherry Street. Judd Square parking lots A, B & C will be on your left.
From Wilbur Cross Parkway (Route 15) North:
Take Exit 64. At light make a right onto Quinnipiac Street. Go 1/2 mile and make right onto South Cherry Street. Judd Square parking lots A, B & C will be on your left.
From I-91 South:
Take Exit 14 (Route 150 / East Center Street). Turn right onto Route 150 / East Center Street. Go about 2 miles (through town) and bear left onto Quinnipiac Street (the Gazebo will be in front of you). After crossing the train tracks, make a left onto South Cherry Street. Judd Square parking lots A, B & C will be on your left.
From I-91 North:
Take Exit 14 (Route 150 / Woodhouse Avenue). Turn left at Stop sign onto Route 150 North. Go about 1 mile and turn left onto Center Street. Go about 1 1/4 miles and bear left onto Quinnipiac Street (the Gazebo will be in front of you). After crossing the train tracks, make a left onto South Cherry Street. Judd Square parking lots A, B & C will be on your left.
As reported in The New York Times on May 27, 2012, "walkability" is adding value to real estate. According to a Brookings Institution study "...research shows that real estate values increase as neighborhoods became more walkable, where everyday needs, including working, can be met by walking, transit or biking." It went on to state "People are clearly willing to pay more for homes that allow them to walk rather than drive."
We're not saying your home value is guaranteed to go up higher than other more isolated condos, but as the report went on to say "...the market gets what it wants, and the market signals are flashing pretty brightly...more walkable, and bikable places."
Judd Square Home Owners Assoc., Inc.
c/o Quality Realty, LLC
P. O. Box 1777
Wallingford, CT 06492-7477
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