Dream Addresses for Darien Commuters
Information, interactive maps and a list of all streets in Darien that are within walking distance to each of 5 train stations serving Darien commuters: Noroton Heights Train Station, Darien Train Station, Rowayton Train Station, Glenbrook Train Station and Talmadge Hill Train Station.
Prepared by longtime Darien residents and Houlihan Lawrence realtors Alison and Dick Meloy, to simplify your Darien home search.
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noroton heights train station
The name “Noroton” is derived from the Indian name for the river that divides Darien and Stamford, CT. It refers to the southwest area of Darien bordered by the Long Island Sound. Noroton Heights abuts Noroton, to the North.
The Noroton Heights train station, on the west side of town, is just one stop from Stamford Station. From there, many trains run express to Grand Central Station in New York City. The total time from Noroton Heights 'express' to Grand Central Station in New York City averages 50 minutes.
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1 Talmadge Hill Road, New Canaan, CT
talmadge hill train station
On the Darien border with its northern neighbor, New Canaan, lies the Talmadge Hill Station. Named after the man who donated the land in 1868, the station is the third of four stops on the New Canaan extension, requiring a change of trains at Stamford Station. The commute to Grand Central averages 65 minutes.