Aspen Glen: Luxury Apartments for Rent in Hamden, CT

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent in New Haven County, CT

Nestled within Hamden, CT is Aspen Glen, a private, luxury apartment community with over 400 units available to rent. With an impressive selection of amenities, including a swimming pool and in-unit washers and dryers, Aspen Glen is a premiere apartment community in New Haven County. Its prime location also puts residents close to local entertainment and cultural offerings. Continue reading if you would like to learn more.

Inside Our Apartments

Aspen Glen Apartment Interior

Anyone who moves into Aspen Glen can take advantage of the helpful amenities offered in our apartments. Residents will have access to resident controlled air and heating, full-sized, in-unit washers and dryers, walk-in closets, and more. Each unit has its own private balcony or patio, so look around at the different units before making any final decisions.

The private master suites in our apartments give off a high class vibe that is hard to find elsewhere in Hamden. Certain units also come with carports, so keep that in mind if you want to keep your car close by. This is also a pet-friendly community, so you are allowed to bring pets into the apartment when you move in.

Available Room Layouts

Apartments are available in 1 and 2 bedroom models, with each type having 1 and 2 bathrooms, respectively. View our floor plans below:

1 Bedroom:
The Glen (Age Restricted)
The Aspen (Age Restricted)

2 Bedrooms:
The Woodbridge (Virtual Tour)
The Cheshire (Virtual Tour)

Community Amenities

Aspen Glen Swimming Pool

Aspen Glen features several onsite amenities that make it a popular destination for apartment renters. Featured amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a swimming pool, a playground, tennis courts, and picnic areas. The community is also cable supported, so you can get hooked up to watch television right away.

You can also get help at any time using Aspen Glen’s 24-hour emergency maintenance service. Apartment units that have already been furnished are available, so if you do not want to buy your own furniture you can look into this option. Lastly, Aspen Glen is a gated community, so it is an excellent choice if you prefer to have privacy and some extra security.

Local School Info

Hamden High School

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Schools surrounding Aspen Glen are under the control of the Hamden Public School District. Here are the local schools your children will attend:

Elementary School: Shephard Glen Elementary School
Middle School: Hamden Middle School
High School: Hamden High School

Aspen Glen is also a popular destination for off-campus housing, thanks to its proximity to major universities in the state. Most notably, the community is just minutes away from Quinnipiac University. In addition, the Yale University is also close by. This community is also ideal for off campus students planning to attend the University of New Haven.

Around Aspen Glen

Yale University Art Gallery

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Thanks to the community’s close proximity to major highways like the Merritt and Wilbur Cross parkways, getting around Hamden is an easy task. Fans of culture can visit the Yale University Art Gallery, which is open to the public throughout the year. You can also visit the Brooksvale Recreation Park, which offers hiking trails, a wildlife garden, and more.

The Marketplace at Hamden is a popular destination for shopping, and features several major brands, including Stop & Shop, Staples, Old Navy, Pier 1, and more. Located close to Quinnipiac University is Mickey’s Restaurant & Bar, which is a popular destination for local university students. Other important destinations include the Yale New Haven Hospital and the Apex Pharmacy.

If you have an interest in paranormal activity, New Haven County is home to several haunted places as well.

Would you like to move into Aspen Glen? Apartments are available to rent now, so check to see which units are now open.

The Best Schools in Hamden, CT

When you decide to move to a new town there are a lot of factors that you have to be aware of. One of those factors is the quality of the local schools, because if you have kids you want to make sure that they will attend a school that offers a good education. If you are interested in moving to Hamden you will be pleased to know that it is home to some of the best schools offered in Connecticut. Take a few minutes to read about a few of the top schools that Hamden has to offer.

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Historical Hamden, CT: Places You Should Visit

Historical Hamden, CT: Places You Should Visit

Known as the “Land of the Sleeping Giant,” Hamden, CT is a well-known town in New Haven County. Hamden has a significant role in Connecticut’s history, and people come from all over the country to visit the different historical sites found here. We partnered with the Hamden Historical Society to showcase some of Hamden’s best historical sites. Whether you are a resident or a visitor, you should try to visit the following places.
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Off Campus Activities for Quinnipiac & UNH Students

Are you looking to take a break from your college assignments so you can do something off campus? Students attending college in New Haven County, CT have access to a wide collection of activities and attractions that can be found in the nearby area. College can be overwhelming at times, so you should set aside some time to do something fun every once in a while. Take part in one of the following activities close to your off campus apartment.
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15 Signs You’re from Connecticut

15 Signs You're From Connecticut

Connecticut is infamously known as the traffic-filled piece of land that connects New York and Boston. However, once you veer off the congested highways, you will find that Connecticut is actually a pretty awesome place. From the state’s breathtaking fall foliage to summers on the Long Island Sound, there is always something new to discover. Aside from that, what other state can boast about being home to both the first hamburger (1895) and the first helicopter (1939)?

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