Fairfield Beach

Fairfield Beach Real EstateThe Fairfield Beach area is commonly recognized as the area from the Post & Old Post Roads heading south to the Long Island Sound. This area is highly desirable for its nautical New England feel, including historic architecture, walk-ability to Fairfield’s beaches, Town Hall, as well as the retail and dining mecca on the Post Road. Most residents drive to work while others utilize the Fairfield train station, taking advantage of Fairfield’s proximity to Stamford and New York City.

This area has a high concentration of luxury and high-value homes on small parcels, many of which are custom built in a “Crafstman” or “Nantucket” style by one of the many reputable builders in our area. There is also a strong presence of charming Cape Cod style homes and beach bungalows. It is evident that many homeowners in this area show a true pride in ownership, and it is common for Fairfield residents to take drives, walks, or bicycle rides through the area to enjoy the beaches, marina, parks and surrounding neighborhood.

In 2012, Hurricane Sandy left many homes in need of large repairs or knock downs. We have seen a tremendous amount of support from our community, and the recovery has been strong and relatively quick with new homes and raised homes on almost every street.

Features:
• Water community with several beaches, pavilions, parks and marina.
• Small in-neighborhood shops , dining and liquor stores.
• Private beach club, tennis courts, softball fields and parks
• High property and land values

Fairfield Beach Median Home Sale Price

Year
Median Sales Price
Number of Sales
2008$725,00073
2009$637,50068
2010$606,250104
2011$640,00099
2012$721,25094
2013$678,06360

Fairfield Beach Real Estate Listings

Source of home sale data: CMLS – Consolidated Multiple Listing Service


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