A Fairfield County Colonial Full of Character Wants Just Over $1M

City dwellers often look to Connecticut when it’s time for a change of pace, and this Fairfield County home could convince many to make the switch. The charming Colonial is up for sale at a marvelously reasonable price, just slightly over $1 million. Conveniently located within 10 minutes of the nearest train station, daily city travelers will have an ideal commute. Plus, thanks to outstanding school systems, proximity to the Long Island Sound, and countless shops and restaurants, Fairfield is an ideal spot for raising families.

Situated at 64 Lookout Drive North, the circa-1915 home is made up of six bedrooms, three full baths, and one powder room across 5,813-square-feet of interior space. As well as being spacious, it is full of character and vintage charm with four fireplaces, a myriad of woodwork details, and an original hot plate and icebox in the Butler’s Pantry.

Entering the property through large French doors, buyers are welcomed into a floor plan consisting of large, stately rooms, each with their own unique characteristics. The kitchen has an abundance of cabinets and generous prep space, courtesy of a large center island and granite countertops. Other elegant spaces include a wood-paneled library, grand living room, and dining room, all dressed in traditional decor that can be personalized with ease by a new owner.

There is ample allure outside as well with a heated gunite pool, a covered spa for year-round use, and lovely views of the nearby golf course. The home is listed with Laura Sydney-Pulton of Sotheby’s International Realty.