Fairfield, CT —
Spend an afternoon in Greenfield Hill

What I love most about Fairfield is absolutely living in a town with both a countryside and a beach.
For a lovely afternoon in the country, take a drive up to Greenfield Hill. It’s a sprawling neighborhood of properties located in the northwest part of town, both above and below the Merritt Parkway. Homes are set on two or more acres, so hiking is literally in your own backyard. The beloved Audubon and Brett Woods beckon you to explore and delight in the quiet calm of a nature walk. The Audubon Center & Nature Store is open until 3 pm every day except Sunday, so be sure to take a peek at the owls and hawks in residence. The store has a great selection of bird-related items including feeders, birdhouses, birding books and gifts for the kids.

A town located along the Gold Coast of Connecticut
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.

"The lovely Dogwood tree is dotted throughout, many of them right around the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church, dated back to 1725."

Cyclists, joggers and dog-walkers are the everyday norm up here, but it’s not unusual to encounter someone on horseback or a flock of wild turkeys crossing the street. Our out-of-town guests are regularly entertained with a walk around the neighborhood, a home-cooked meal and nighttime guitar playing around a large fire in the backyard. Sound idyllic? Welcome to Greenfield Hill. Beautiful in every season.

Featured Listings

538 Stratfield Road, Fairfield (Stratfield), CT

Sick of gray walls and shiplap? Experience the charm of a period home that's been lovingly and meticulously updated by the same family for 30 years. Nestled in the charming Stratfield Village neighborhood, this lovely Queen Anne Victorian is a dream come true for creatives looking for a home with character, from its wrap-around porch to its stained-glass windows. The Parlor, Family and Dining areas are rich with antique-inspired lighting, molding and millwork-putting the craftsmanship of yesteryear on full display. The Kitchen caters to all of the modern demands of an enthusiastic home chef, while offering plenty of room to entertain. Even though it won top honors in the 2004 Sub-Zero/Wolf Kitchen Design Contest, it still features classic quarter sawn oak cabinets, copper and slate countertops, a fir wood floor and a tin ceiling. A rail ladder system adds whimsical allure while maximizing accessible storage. An impressive 7 bedrooms give the unique chance to reimagine the space to suit your needs. Ideal for a home office, playroom, family room, music room, or hobby area. The basement features an exercise room and plenty of storage. Well-established perennial gardens lighten the landscaping load, while an herb and vegetable garden await a summer buyer. Harvest your own fresh tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, Swiss Chard, peas, string beans, and herbs. Within walking distance of local shops and restaurants, a park, and schools. Low monthly utilities!

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