Halstead Darien offers island home
Published 1:19 pm, Sunday, July 8, 2012
Chris Merritt and Janet Olmstead from the Darien office of Halstead Property present a waterfront home for sale on Canfield Island in Norwalk. The stone and shingle beach house has 170 feet of direct Sound frontage with a private beach.
Located at 32 Shorehaven Road, the home features four bedrooms (currently configured as three), four full and two half bathrooms and is offered for $3.45 million. The waterfront terrace opens to views of the Sound and can be accessed from the three main rooms of the home by French doors. Built in 1919, the home has been renovated with modern conveniences. The entry hall also has one-of-a-kind 19th century Chinese panels believed to be original to the house.
"You don't often see listings on this island," Olmstead said. "With just 12 homes, it is a rare opportunity to own here. This home would be wonderful anywhere but this is a unique piece of Fairfield County. In addition, the home comes with its own mooring so one can set sail and explore the Norwalk Islands and the surrounding area."
3 Canfield Island is an exclusive gated community accessed by an historic bridge. The island overlooks Westport's Saugatuck Shores & Cockenoe Islands, Shorehaven Golf Course and Canfield inlet. Less than a one-hour drive from New York City, this private island can be a full-time house, weekend beach retreat or summer destination.
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Halstead Property is one of the largest residential real estate brokerage firms in the metropolitan area. Headquartered at 499 Park Ave., the firm has nearly 1,000 sales and rental agents located in 23 offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Riverdale, the Hamptons, Hudson Valley, Hoboken, New Jersey and Fairfield County. In addition, the Development Marketing Division of Halstead Property is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for many new developments in the tri-state area and through the Property Management Division, Halstead manages more than 18,000 residential units within 180 buildings. To learn more, visit www.halstead.com.