Charming Southport Condo Asks $875K
Southport is easily one of Fairfield County’s most picturesque villages with its ornate Victorian homes built on charming streets off of Pequot Avenue, the main thoroughfare. The Avenue offers the circa-1894 Pequot Library, the gorgeous Southport Congregational Church and a row of shops and restaurants, including the circa-1928 Spic & Span Market. All of these amenities—as well as the Metro-North train station and the bustling Southport Harbor along Long Island Sound—are walkable from the redbrick Southport Green condominium complex on Elmwood Drive. Currently, a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom unit is on the market, featuring nine-foot ceilings, custom woodwork and a pretty kitchen with Carrara countertops. Walk score: 47. It lists for $875,000 with Al Filippone, affiliated with William Raveis Real Estate.