17 Greenbrier Road, Westport, CT
Offered at $2,350,000
Equal parts Artist Retreat and Vacation Resort, this is your permission to imagine yourself in a space where you can bliss out every day. Whether you greet the morning sun on the kitchen terrace before a game of tennis on your own clay court, or, take a revitalizing dip in the glittering pool after gathering fresh veggies from the garden. There’s a calming quality here, and consistency throughout that serves as a gentle invitation to unwind. Give us a call to schedule a visit. Represented by Virginia & Carrie Klein (203) 258-4171.
4 Full Baths
… never goes out of style
The brilliantly tailored kitchen is the perfect place for baking, basting, and everything in between. With an oversized island, high-end appliances, 2 sinks, built-in pantry and wine fridge, bread-making center, and even automatic blinds. Not that we would ever tire of the view from those windows.
Main Level Floor Plan
Main Level Gallery
Upper Level Floor Plan
Endless hot water – for real!
4th Bedroom and full bath plus a den with fireplace is ideal for guests or Aupair.
3rd Level Sun Deck With Views Of The Preserve Land & Tidal Grasses
Special Features & Recent Improvements
New great room TV and media closet inc. SONOS system for the great rm, dining rm, office, master suite plus in ceiling speakers. Mudroom w. built-ins for coats with cubbies. 2nd floor laundry. Central vac, closet systems throughout, sprinklers & drip irrigation system and extensive professional landscaping. Wired for landscape lighting. Bluestone patio, 2nd floor balcony, and private 3rd floor sun deck offer even more ways to enjoy the sea breeze and sunshine. 2×6 construction. FEMA compliant. Security system.
Improvements made in 2018-2020: two tankless hot water heaters, whole-house generator. New driveway offers parking for 8 in addition to the 2-car garage. Interior & exterior painting. Hardwood floors stained and refinished. Expanded landscaping. Additional second pantry with built-in shelving.
Rowland Road rests at the heart of that type of neighborhood unique to coastal New England. Part beach town, part quiet suburb, there’s a sense of both privacy and community. This is not a tourist destination. People have roots here. Neighbors share greetings while walking their dogs or taking sunset bike rides along the shoreline pathways. They also volunteer at the local schools, meet at church and temple, and spend social evenings in downtown Fairfield, just a few minutes away.
Things To Do Around Town
From the addictive dumplings and savory pho of Mecha Noodle Bar, to the wide variety of specialty foods offered at markets like Organika and A&S Italian Fine Foods, Fairfield boasts an impressive array of dining options. Don’t-miss locations include Pepe’s world-famous pizzeria and the renowned local wine bar, Barcelona.
Experience Fairfield has a comprehensive list of the dozens of delectable options around town.
Fairfield’s Annual 4th of July Celebrations
A patriotic tradition started over 125 years ago by the Fairfield United Veterans Organization. “While the town’s fireworks display will light up the night sky on July 3, the ceremony on July 4 provides a meaningful and moving opportunity to celebrate the historical significance of this great American holiday.” – Fairfield Patch
Fairfield Theatre Company
“The Fairfield Theatre Company is a nonprofit center for the arts and culture located in the heart of downtown Fairfield. Bringing together a community of musicians, actors, artists, writers, fans, and supporters who are dedicated to the simple premise that the broadest spectrum of live entertainment and cultural exchange is essential to the vitality of our society.” – FTC
Check out the calendar of upcoming FTC events: https://fairfieldtheatre.org/calendar
Wide Open Spaces
“The Town of Fairfield owns over 1,100 acres of open space that includes upland forest, lakes, rivers, salt marsh, wetlands and meadows throughout inland and coastal Fairfield. These recreational parcels provide opportunities for uses such as hiking, leisurely walking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing. In addition, they enhance and conserve natural resources, protect fish and wildlife habitats, serve as outdoor classrooms for nature study, and contribute significantly to the beautiful rural characteristics that are so much a part of the Town of Fairfield.”
All Hands On Deck
“Because it’s a shoreline town, Fairfield has many boaters–and the town has two marinas, the South Benson Marina which accommodates 630 boats from 14.1’ to 36′ and Historic Ye Yacht Yard at Southport Harbor with space for 60 small boats to a maximum 14”. Ye Yacht Yard also provides boat launch services to residents and access to moorings in Southport Harbor as well as 25 Kayak racks are available. There are also boat rack rentals available at Penfield Beach and Jennings Beach. Jennings Beach also features a well-used fishing pier with a bait shack nearby.”
The long pier at the end of Jennings Beach is just one of the many local fishing holes.