For sale: 7 lovely homes on the Connecticut coast
Old Greenwich. Built in 1937, this four-bedroom home sits on Lucas Point, a private peninsula jutting into Greenwich Cove. The interior features a sunroom, a master bedroom with a balcony, and a living room with a fireplace and a large bay window with a seat.
Outisde, there are mature trees, covered patios, and a private dock and mooring. $6,995,000. Joseph Barbieri, Sotheby's International Realty, (203) 940-2025.
Fairfield. This 9,500-square-foot house was built in 1983 and looks onto Long Island Sound. The five-bedroom home includes hardwood floors, three fireplaces, French doors, multiple balconies, and an open floor plan on the third floor.
The 0.53-acre property has a spacious lawn that leads directly to the beach. $3,999,900. Gabrielle DiBianco, Higgins Group/Christie's International Real Estate, (203) 895-6724.
Madison. Barberry Beach Estate lies on 3 acres with views of the sound. Built in 1794, the home has chestnut floors, three original fireplaces, reclaimed doors, custom millwork, and a chef's kitchen overlooking the garden and the sea.
The property includes stone walkways, a parterre-style garden, a pond, and a two-story barn. $3,595,000. Ruthanna Terreri and Catharina Lynch, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (203) 980-9798.
Stamford. Set on a half-acre lot on Shippan Point, this four-bedroom Tudor house was built in 1900. Details include a mahogany family room, a chef's kitchen, and a dining room with French doors opening to a sunroom and a stone terrace.
The property has an expansive lawn, a gazebo, and a pier. $2,295,000. Joelle Bentley, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (203) 253-4730.
Clinton. This five-bedroom home features expansive water views throughout. Built in 1991, the house includes a chef's kitchen, a sunroom, a fireplace, and a third floor with cathedral ceilings and an office overlooking the salt marsh.
The property has a sprinkler system, a stone-paver driveway, and steps leading to the beach. $1,999,999. Deb Boyd, William Pitt & Julia B. Fee/Sotheby's International Realty, (860) 287-2782.
Darien. This five-bedroom house sits along Holly Pond, which opens onto Long Island Sound. The custom home features a kitchen with a breakfast nook, a master bedroom with a balcony, and a hexagonal sunroom that leads to a brick patio.
The property has direct water access as well as a small boat launch with mooring rights through the owners association. $3,195,000. Holly and David Hawes, Halstead Property, (203) 656-6521.
Old Lyme. This one-story beachfront cottage was built in 1940. The three-bedroom home includes a wood interior, an open floor plan, a screened porch, and a new kitchen, windows, and flooring.
The property has direct views of the Atlantic Ocean and Long and Block islands. $349,000. Nancy Birge, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (860) 227-2406.
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