The advantage living on Ferris Ave. in Norwalk is that you have easy access to the main drag, Connecticut Ave., where all the big box retail stores are located and also to I 95. It is a neighborhood composed of condominium complexes and smaller more modest single-family homes. It's a good choice for a commuter and for an individual seeking a walk-to shopping locale. I hope this is helpful to you.
Prudential Connecticut Realty
The Ferris Avenue area is wonderfully convenient to shopping, restaurants I-95, trendy SoNo, beaches and the train station, however, it is a busy area. FYI - Ferris Avenue is located directly off of Connecticut Avenue, Route 1 which is a main thoroughfare, so it can be a bit on the busy side.
If there are other areas that you are interested in, I would be more than happy to give you some information. I was born & raised in Norwalk and my brokerage specializes in the Norwalk area.
Cappello Realty Group
"The Key to Your Dream"
But seriously, I have grown up in the Norwalk-Stamford area all my life, when I moved from home the first apartment that I had was in Norwalk Ct, on Ferris Ave. I lived there for about 3 years and found it to be a very safe and convenient area to live in, close to shopping and high ways for easy commuting. Over the last decade or more the street has changed from small single family homes to more smaller condominium complexes. The street is still in a great location and offers the same conveniences as stated before.
What is it that you are searching for about this area?