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945 Bridgeport Ave, Shelton, CT 06484
$1,680 | 1 Bed

(203) 712-0406

100 Parrott Dr, Shelton, CT 06484
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(203) 242-0456

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Shelton, CT Apartments for Rent

Apartments for rent in Shelton, Connecticut can offer the perfect blend of living in a thriving business environment and a neighborly residential community. With its civic pride and dedication to innovative development, Shelton combines a fertile business community, the scenic splendor of New England and a pleasant, balanced community with several Shelton apartments for rent.

Shelton, one of the fastest growing communities in Connecticut, is a model for balanced economic growth and stable taxes. The town features a combination of open forest space, farmland and commercial/industrial activity with affordable housing for its residents – including Shelton apartments for rent. Shelton is also home to numerous parks and outdoor recreation facilities like the private 18-hole golf facility, Brownson Country Club.

Nearby New Haven offers an array of exciting arts and culture, wonderful accommodations, fine restaurants, shopping, meeting facilities and much more. The home of Yale University, New Haven also boasts dozens of new upscale restaurants, several of which have garnered national acclaim. Many of the city’s neighborhoods are well preserved as walkable “museums” of 19th and 20th century American architecture.

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