Cali Meets Connecticut at a Unique Waterfront Home in Norwalk Listed for $2.8M

Summer may be drawing to a close soon, but there are still properties ripe for picking before school starts. Sitting between SoNo and the coastal enclave of Rowayton, CT, a gorgeous home perhaps more fitting on a Bay Area cliffside than the Connecticut coastline, listed last month asking $2.795 million.

The circa-1950 abode exudes some mid-century modern vibes, with flat roofs and wall-to-wall windows soaking in all the coastal light. A moody navy blue greets you on the outside, and the airy home brings that hue into its furnishings and decor, too. At 2,180 square feet, the redone abode provides entertaining space in its main living spaces, as well as three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Slightly small in its size compared to some Fairfield County luxury homes, any square footage missing inside the updated interior is found in the dreamy outdoor spaces. With 240 feet of water frontage on the Long Island Sound, let’s hope the new owners are into boating. If not, the recycled pool made out of a shipping container is a great cool-off. That’s just for the summer season. When the days are shorter and the temps are colder, it’s easy to take in nature right from the fireplace in the living room, or the outdoor fire pit on the private beach.

Offering tons to do, the home is nestled in the Village Creek private community, which includes amenities such as a tennis and basketball courts, a marina, as well as a playground for the little ones. Of course, there’s a dog park for the furry ones as well.

A Cali lifestyle just an hour from NYC—why not? Alexandra Friedman of Compass holds the listing.