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Fairfield County CT Real Estate
Located 37 miles north of New York City, Darien spans 13 square miles with a population of roughly 20,000. It is the smallest community along Connecticut’s “Gold Coast”. Darien is also one of the first stops in Connecticut on the Metro North commuter train boasting a short 55-minute train ride to New York City.
Gorgeous homes and award winning schools await those who choose to live here. Residents also have access to local gems like Weed Beach, which encompasses 22 acres just off Nearwater Lane.
Tucked away in southwestern Connecticut, Norwalk lies on the northern shores of Long Island Sound. The city’s scenic beauty lends itself well to recreational activities like boating and fishing. The Norwalk Boat Show, which takes place in September each year, attracts boat enthusiasts from all over the country.
The annual Norwalk Oyster Festival is another event that should not be missed – the three-day event features food, rides, and live entertainment, and is a nod to the city’s eminence in the oyster industry.
The place is steeped in history, with the Norwalk Museum preserving the city’s rich history through exhibits and special events.
Norwalk is also a shopping destination, with malls like The SoNo Collection and Main Avenue Shopping Plaza offering an array of shops and restaurants.
Stamford is home to approximately 120,000 residents and is Connecticut’s fourth largest city. Located midway between New York City and the rest of the state, the city boasts a downtown area with the vibrant, energetic atmosphere of the Big Apple, while its northern section has a more laidback suburban vibe.
Highlights include Cove Island Park – at 83 acres, it’s the perfect spot to go walking, biking, rollerblading, and picnicking. Here you can enjoy Stamford’s stunning scenery, and spend a quiet afternoon with friends and family.
There's also the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, which features walking trails, a museum, and animal exhibits, including two otters. The child-friendly set-up of the center makes it an excellent choice for families.