Toll Bros. Unveils Active Adult Property in Connecticut

The property is designed for those ages 55 or older.

The Woodbridge property opened to residents this year. Image courtesy of Toll Brothers

Regency at Woodbridge, Toll Brothers’ newest active adult property for those ages 55-plus, has opened in its namesake Connecticut municipality. The property offers “quick move-in homes” to buyers seeking to move late this year or early in 2024.

The community offers a half dozen carriage-style townhome designs with units featuring up to three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Floorplans range from 1,938 to more than 2,486 square feet.  Residences offer home offices, large kitchens, tech niches and first-floor primary suites. Prices begin in the upper $500,000s. Among the extensive array of amenities is an outdoor swimming pool with lounge seating. The Sales Center is situated at 50 Bradley Road.

Regency at Woodbridge is also located near shopping and retail options, with various recreational attractions like Lake Wingergreen, West Rock Ridge State Park, Sperry Falls Park, Osbornedale State Park and Yale Golf course also nearby.

Woodbridge, which features a country-like setting, is only 20 minutes from Yale University and colleges, as well as a number of biotech companies.

Quick move-in on offer

Highways to Boston, Providence and New York City are easily accessed from the property, which is close to Interstates 95 and 91, Route 8 and Merritt Parkway.

Buyers will be able to move into new Regency at Woodbridge residences as soon as late this year or early next. Toll Brothers has made a selection of quick move-in homes with designer features available to interested buyers.

The company also offers one-stop shopping at its Toll Brothers Connecticut Design Studio, which allows purchasers to select from a broad variety of options that include lighting, hardwood flooring, cabinets and home automation. Toll Brothers’ professional design consultants are also available to assist customers.

Several months ago, Dwight Capital provided $34 million in construction debt for a new 123- unit community in Mystic, Conn.

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