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Thanks Goddess..... Nice name, by the way.
I suggest that you contact the Stamford Police Dept. to hear first-hand about crime activity in that neighborhood.
Here is their web site for information on who to contact: http://www.stamfordpd.org/
Here are also a couple of web sites that track crime activity that you may wish to check out:
Yes, Hope Street is a busy road as it is a main route running north and south through the Glenbrook and Springdale neighborhoods on up into New Canaan. Sorry, but I don't know the number of cars and trucks passing through there but, because the middle school is close by and also a grocery store this does increase the traffic even more so. Something to consider.
Best wishes to you!
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The state of CT prohibits agents to discuss the safety of neighborhoods as it's highly subjective. I can provide you a link where you can find out more information about that.
Hope Street can be quite busy, but the surrounding streets are very desirable with a lot less traffic. And in some cases are cul de sacs.
Please let me know where I may send you that link. I look forward to helping you.
As Andrew wrote both Hope and Belltown are heavily used roads. Consider side streets like Derwen, Ruitz or Deleo. Realtors, by law, can't comment on how "safe" a neighborhood is. Please contact the police department, they should have information to share.
The area around Dolan Middle School is fairly busy. Hope street, Toms rd and Belltown rd all have significant traffic.
Please fell free to contact me with any other questions you might have.
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