NORWALK, Conn. -- Fairfield County’s best kept secret has history, a waterfront community and privacy. Located in Norwalk at 17 Shagbark Road, only minutes from Rowayton and Darien, Realtor Bruce Baker calls the home a treasure.
Baker, an agent with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, said the five-bedroom, four-bath home on Wilson Point recently came on the market for $2.295 million. Complete information is available on the website listing .
The home was built in 1928, and its history is evident. There are hand-hewn floors, rooms with architectural details of a bygone era and an original fieldstone hearth and balcony that are perfect for entertaining.
For all of its historical charm, the 4,200-square-foot home has updated features, too. There are large, sun-filled windows, a chef’s kitchen and open spaces for families to gather. The upstairs includes a sitting area with a fireplace leading to the bedrooms, and a spacious, open floor plan on the main level.
The great room includes the original gallery of an artist who formerly owned the home. Residents can also enjoy an active lifestyle with a private beach, tennis and more. It is also close to highways and public transportation for those who work in New York.
More information on the home is available on the attached brochure. For more details or to arrange a showing, contact Baker at 203-912-7061 or 203-655-8324.