WESTPORT. 

Westport is a beautiful coastal town located approximately 47 miles north of New York City. Originally an artists’ colony, the town has held strong to its cultural roots while expanding into an affluent community. Westport’s small-town atmosphere provides residents with a quaint haven away from the bustle of larger cities. Its proximity to New York City means you’re still only an hour away from enjoying the big-city benefits. The downtown area offers a robust shopping experience. The thriving arts community offers outstanding performances at the Levitt Pavilion and The Westport Country Playhouse. Another highlight are the first-rate public school system. Westport also has amazing parks such as Compo Beach and Sherwood Island State Park. Longshore Country Club is available to residents for golf, swimming, sailing and fine dining. Westport has easy access to Interstate 95, the Merritt Parkway, and U.S.1 as well as the Saugatuck River, which runs right through the town. Green’s Farms and Westport have train stations on Metro-North railroad with service to Grand Central terminal in New York City.

WESTON.

Weston is located in the Southwest corner of Fairfield County. Nestled among the area’s most beautiful woodland and surrounded by rolling hills, this Connecticut town is an easy commute to New York City and ideal for buyers looking for spacious housing options. Residential zoning restrictions make 2-acre plots mandatory, which is why so many families crave the quiet lifestyle that Weston offers. Residents that choose to live in this small area of the county value the peaceful feeling that Weston delivers.

Served by the Weston Public Schools system which are ranked top in the state, this is a residential area that caters to families. With sprawling, estate-sized homes, rustic farmhouses, and homes that have seen quite a bit of history since their walls were erected, there are plenty of housing options available. The best part about Weston is that you have friendly neighbors nearby, but not right on top of you. Weston residents enjoy miles of scenic trails courtesy of the Aspetuck Land Trust and the Devil’s Den Preserve. Commuters would train out of the Westport or Norwalk Train Station depending on home location. The Merritt Is easily accessible as well.

 

FAIRFIELD.

Fairfield is a gorgeous, dynamic community that embraces peaceful living, historic preservation, and seaside magic without forgoing cultural opportunities and big city experiences. With New York City a mere hour away, Fairfield is ideal for commuters who work in Manhattan, but crave the tranquility of a vibrant coastal community.

Families love Fairfield not only for its diverse residential neighborhoods, such as Southport, Beach, University, Greenfield Hill, Lake Hills, Stratfield, and Tunis Hill, but also for its top-rated public and private schools as well as its options for higher education. Students attending the public schools in this community receive stellar education in a school district that is considered one of the best in the country. There are two public high schools, Fairfield Warde and Fairfield Ludlow, three middle schools, and 11 elementary schools. There are also a handful of Catholic schools as well as non-parochial, private school options. Fairfield is also home to Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University. In this community, residents are treated to fine dining experiences, exquisite shopping, theaters, museums and five unique beaches. 

NORWALK.

NORWALK.

Norwalk is a thriving city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. With a population of 85,603, Norwalk is the sixth most populated city in Connecticut and ranks third in size in Fairfield County. It is part of the New York metro area, making it an ideal suburban enclave for commuters. Comprising a total area of 36.3 square miles, Norwalk is home to 24 individual neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has its own unique character, making it easy for people moving to Norwalk to choose the neighborhood that perfectly suits their lifestyle and temperament. Whether you’re a young professional searching for a low-maintenance condo, a retiree interested in a manageable-sized villa, or a family in need of a family home with lots of space to expand, housing options are innumerable.

WILTON.

WILTON.

Wilton is situated in the Norwalk River Valley and offers buyers comfortable country living. Homes in the area consist of roomy colonials, vintage estates, and visually pleasing contemporary properties. While New York City is just 56 miles away, Wilton nurtures its own arts and culture scene. The community is home to The Wilton Play Shop, a community theatre, and the Wilton Historical Society’s Heritage Museum, among other things.For a mix of unique shopping experiences, Wilton Center is the town’s premier retail hub. It also offers casual and upscale dining options.

Wilton is situated in the Norwalk River Valley and offers buyers comfortable country living. Homes in the area consist of roomy colonials, vintage estates, and visually pleasing contemporary properties. While New York City is just 56 miles away, Wilton nurtures its own arts and culture scene. The community is home to The Wilton Play Shop, a community theatre, and the Wilton Historical Society’s Heritage Museum, among other things.For a mix of unique shopping experiences, Wilton Center is the town’s premier retail hub. It also offers casual and upscale dining options.

Easton is located near several major highways, including the Merritt Parkway but the town is something of a rural enclave and is home to over 20 working farms. Easton is on the Aspetuck River, along which you’ll find the 80-acre Aspetuck Historic District, a small part of which is in neighboring Weston. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the district is the oldest part of Easton and is where you’ll find remarkably well-preserved homes that date back to Revolutionary days, one of which was Helen Keller’s. There are hardly any commercial establishments here and lots are larger than they are in other nearby communities. This has helped preserve the town’s bucolic feel, as has the presence of two reservoirs – the Easton and Hemlock reservoirs, which has resulted in more than a third of the town’s land being set aside for preservation. 

EASTON.

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