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      Home ┬╗ Fairfield


      • Population approximately 61,200 residents
      • Founded in 1639
      • Land area is 31 square miles
      • Neighborhoods include the University area, Southport, Stratfield, Greenfield Hill, and the Beach area, among others
      • Fairfield is bordered by Westport, Weston, Easton, Trumbull, Bridgeport, and Long Island Sound to the south
      About The Town
      • This a very diverse and lively town with libraries, lakes, top-rated schools, a downtown center, and a wide variety of restaurants and shops. There is a lot of commercial space and local businesses and it is a thriving community
      • There are 4 beaches and all Fairfield residents have beach rights
      • There are 5 miles of shoreline
      • Favorite spots include Lake Mohegan and the Cascades for hiking, Black Rock Turnpike and downtown Fairfield for shopping and dining, the Sportsplex for athletic activities, the CT Audubon Society for hiking and bird-watching, two libraries, and a museum
      • Other parks include Brett Woods Open Space, Springer Glen, and Southport Park
      • Living in the same town as two Universities has its perks – residents can enjoy shows, plays, lectures, community acts, sports games, art exhibits and more
      Living in Fairfield
      • Most of the homes have city water and sewer, some have septic
      • Three train stations on the Metro North line (Southport, Fairfield and Fairfield Metro)
      • 11 Elementary Schools
      • 3 Middle Schools
      • 2 High Schools
      • 1 University
      • Several private schools
      • A little under an hour and a half drive to New York City with access to both the Merritt Parkway and I-95
      • Purchase price ranges anywhere from $150,000 to multi-million dollar homes
      • Median sale price for a single family home (as of January 2024) is $1,010,000
      • There are low-income houses and apartments, plenty of rental units, condominiums, single family houses, multi-family houses, estates, historic homes, horse properties – lots of variety
      Fun Facts
      • Famous town residents include singer-songwriter John Mayer, actor Justin Long, actress Meg Ryan

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