Welcome to the heart of Fairfield county. It is my pleasure to share with you the beauty of Westport, Weston, Fairfield and surrounding communities. With its rich history, beaches, protected open spaces and excellent schools, this area has attracted buyers the world over.
In the past 25 years I have worked to be an informed representative of buyers and sellers, creating, I hope, a higher level of service for my clients. I have a long history of satisfied clients.
This site is designed to help you through the real estate process. I will personally assist you through the sometimes ‘challenging’ twists and turns. Please don’t hesitate to email me if you have any questions, or just give me a call.
You can still see the outlines of the historic villages that make up the Westport community as you drive from the Metro North station to a Zagat-rated restaurant or when you bike on the winding roads from Green’s Farms to the beach. Yet along with its historical charms, Westport offers premier schools - both public and private - superbly crafted homes, beautiful countryside, and a vibrant downtown framed by the lazy curves of the Saugatuck River. This video gives a great overview:
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Set among beautifully wooded rolling hills just north of Westport, Weston residences have two-acre residential zoning; every house has its own aesthetic identity, a sense of privacy and a close connection to nature.
Bustling and beautiful, Fairfield is a town-sized community that packs a city-sized wallop. One of the most important pre-Revolutionary settlements on Long Island Sound, today, Fairfield is a delightful combination of coastal charm, historic preservation, cosmopolitan entertainments, and cultural opportunity. And it has a trove of residential diversity.
With its many restored antique homes, Wilton has retained much of the flavor of its farming and artisan roots, while incorporating modern amenities in its recently expanded town center.
Agriculture remains a constant in Easton, the smallest of the communities that I cover. It remains a close-knit rural community with many working farms and large parcels of protected land including Trout Brook, part of the Aspetuck Land Trust, and the Saugatuck Reservoir.
The origins of the City of Norwalk date back to 1649. Norwalk has a rich history of trade and manufacturing and is the most diverse of the areas that I cover, both demographically and in diversity of housing stock.
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