Fairfield, CT —
"Best place to live" in the northeast

Ranked as the ninth "best place to live" in the United States and the best place to live in the Northeast by Money Magazine in 2006, Fairfield is a family-friendly town with much to do. No matter your lifestyle or price point, Fairfield offers a wide variety of properties to choose from.

Location
A town located along the Gold Coast of Connecticut
Distance
A 1 hour and 15 minute ride by car or by train
Getting Here
Hop on the Metro North New Haven line from Grand Central and get to any of Fairfield’s three train stations in just over an hour.

"Fairfield is a family-friendly town with much to do."

Local farmers in Southport, a borough in Fairfield, developed deep water ports to harvest essential food items, including the world-famous Southport Globe onion.

Local Tips

This charming town is considered a 'restaurant mecca' to local residents. The Post Road is lined with a variety of eateries, from hometown delis to upscale bistros.

Special Features

Head to any of the town's five beaches and try something new, like kayaking, sailing or boating at the South Benson Marina or Ye Yacht Yard on the Southport Harbor.

"This charming town is considered a 'restaurant mecca' to local residents."

Top-Notch Education
Education is a top priority in Fairfield. The town offers high-quality education throughout 11 elementary schools, three middle schools a prep school, and two public high schools. It is home to two renowned colleges, Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University.

Featured Listings

358 Lukes Wood Road, New Canaan, CT

$8,600,000
Understated elegance defines the approach to 358 Lukes Wood Road. As you enter the estate you are quickly aware of the high level detailing: reclaimed oak flooring imported from France,Hope'shandcrafted steel windows and doors,the layers and textures of unexpected materials all selected to warmly guide you through the elevated spaces. Every room is a moment, punctuated by dramatic lighting and unbelievable views of the expansive grounds. At 358 Lukes Wood Road privacy abounds in a bespoke setting that enchants every sense. Further details provided upon request. NC Land 2.54 acres. Pound Ridge land 2.24 acres

1125 Pequot Avenue, Fairfield (Southport), CT

$16,500,000
Considered the most significant new custom waterfront estate on New England's coastline, The Nest was skillfully and artfully designed by acclaimed architect Mark Finlay, in collaboration with noted landscape architect Doyle Herman Design, to capture sweeping, ever-changing water views and the pure serenity of its setting. Just a short walk from Southport Village, you're embraced by a sense of calm and transported to a quieter time from the moment you arrive at the gated entry. Architectural landscaping melds to the spectacular backdrop and an allee of historic trees leads to the majestic home on over three private acres at the edge of Long Island Sound. Bask in vistas of sprawling green lawns and crisp blue waters from the infinity pool, pool pavilion with fireplace, and spa-all overlooking your private beach. Beneath soaring ceilings, thoughtfully planned living spaces invite natural beauty and sunlight into every room. Gracious European elegance is tempered by clean Scandinavian minimalism and natural California style to create a custom paradise. The master suite commands brilliant sunsets and a rooftop observation deck offers a bird's eye view of the Sound. The Nest is perfection with state of the art smart home technology, geothermal, elevator, and finely-curated materials including reclaimed antique stone floors. The subdivided acreage offers the opportunity to add an additional residence and tennis court. Once in a lifetime home! Taxes for 1111 Pequot Ave are $15,909

279 North Avenue, Westport (Coleytown), CT

$8,650,000
Poised on 13 spectacular acres along the Aspetuck River, Seagram's Creek represents one of the largest & most beautiful estates in Westport. Acclaimed architect Michael Greenberg was inspired by an antique chestnut barn in neighboring Weston, moving it to its current location where it continues to serve as the home's stately muse. Once the country estate of Seagram CEO and philanthropist Edgar Bronfman Sr., the current owners renovated the home in 2017, bringing in top interior designer Meg Sharpe to infuse a light and modern aesthetic into the home's original vision. Six native stone fireplaces illuminate antique hand-hewn beams and reclaimed wood elements throughout captivating living spaces filled with exquisite details and historic character. Outside, a spectacular honed marble terraces, pool, pool house, tennis court and artist studio are embraced by lush gardens and rolling lawns. Follow the sylvan walking trails to 750' of tranquil riverfront to experience blissful moments at the water's edge. A true showpiece!

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