658 Pequot Avenue

Southport, CT 06890 (Fairfield) Directions
$3,095,000 Reduced from $3,450,000 Reduced $355,000
  • 4Bed
  • 4/2Baths
  • 5,781Sqft
  • 0.54Acres
  • 1868Built
  • Mill HillElementary

Property Highlights

  • Jr. High School: Roger Ludlowe
  • High School: Fairfield Ludlowe
  • Neighborhood: Southport
  • Price/Sqft: $535
  • Days on Market: 15
  • MLS: 170402151

Property Highlights

  • Jr. High School: Roger Ludlowe
  • High School: Fairfield Ludlowe
  • Neighborhood: Southport
  • Price/Sqft: $535
  • Days on Market: 15
  • MLS: 170402151

Iconic 2nd Empire Victorian house surrounded by iconic structures in historic Southport Village. Sturdy yet graceful; the beauty of the 4-bedroom, 5-bath Pomeroy House is matched only by the stunning botanical wonderland of its half-acre grounds with an in-ground pool in the private backyard. Its original construction in 1868 by architects Lambert & Bunnell firmly rooted this house in local history while more recent updates by David Scott Parker Architects, an award-winning firm, allow this home to embrace modern day living. Parker specializes in residential design and historic preservation. His renovation respected original period details even...

Property Highlights

  • Jr. High School: Roger Ludlowe
  • High School: Fairfield Ludlowe
  • Neighborhood: Southport
  • Price/Sqft: $535
  • Days on Market: 15
  • MLS: 170402151

Iconic 2nd Empire Victorian house surrounded by iconic structures in historic Southport Village. Sturdy yet graceful; the beauty of the 4-bedroom, 5-bath Pomeroy House is matched only by the stunning botanical wonderland of its half-acre grounds with an in-ground pool in the private backyard. Its original construction in 1868 by architects Lambert & Bunnell firmly rooted this house in local history while more recent updates by David Scott Parker Architects, an award-winning firm, allow this home to embrace modern day living. Parker specializes in residential design and historic preservation. His renovation respected original period details even as he seamlessly introduced modern amenities. The stately 5, 781 sf house contains unusually tall doors and windows, generously sized rooms, inlaid parquet flooring, imported mahogany moldings, and 9 fireplaces. Among its 10 rooms are two front parlors with pocket doors, banquet-sized formal dining room, updated gourmet kitchen and luxurious primary bedroom suite with a sitting room. The slate mansard roof and rounded dormers create a sizable third floor space with flexible options as a family room, another bedroom or art studio. The property is punctuated by established shrubbery, perennial plantings, and a majestic cherry tree on the front lawn. Convenient to everything. Only steps from the Southport train station, Pequot Library, Trinity Church, and only blocks from Southport Harbor, Marina, Beach, and village shops and eateries.

Iconic 2nd Empire Victorian house surrounded by iconic structures in historic Southport Village. Sturdy yet graceful; the beauty of the 4-bedroom, 5-bath Pomeroy House is matched only by the stunning botanical wonderland of its half-acre grounds with an in-ground pool in the private backyard. Its original construction in 1868 by architects Lambert & Bunnell firmly rooted this house in local history while more recent updates by David Scott Parker Architects, an award-winning firm, allow this home to embrace modern day living. Parker specializes in residential design and historic preservation. His renovation respected original period details even as he seamlessly introduced modern amenities. The stately 5, 781 sf house contains unusually tall doors and windows, generously sized rooms, inlaid parquet flooring, imported mahogany moldings, and 9 fireplaces. Among its 10 rooms are two front parlors with pocket doors, banquet-sized formal dining room, updated gourmet kitchen and luxurious primary bedroom suite with a sitting room. The slate mansard roof and rounded dormers create a sizable third floor space with flexible options as a family room, another bedroom or art studio. The property is punctuated by established shrubbery, perennial plantings, and a majestic cherry tree on the front lawn. Convenient to everything. Only steps from the Southport train station, Pequot Library, Trinity Church, and only blocks from Southport Harbor, Marina, Beach, and village shops and eateries.

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  • Additional Information
    • Days On Market: 15
    • Elementary School: Mill Hill
    • High School: Fairfield Ludlowe
    • Junior High School: Roger Ludlowe
    • Living Area SqFt: 5,781
    • Neighborhood: Southport
    • Sewer: Public Sewer Connected
    • Style: Victorian
    • Tax Amount: $38,103
    • Tax Year: July 2020-June 2021
    • Type: Single Family For Sale
    • Year Built: 1868
  • Interior/Exterior Features
    • Air Conditioning: Central Air, Zoned
    • Appliances Included: Gas Cooktop, Subzero, Icemaker, Dishwasher, Disposal, Compactor, Washer, Dryer
    • Attic: Yes
    • Beds: 4
    • Cooling: Central Air, Zoned
    • Exterior Siding: Wood
    • Full Baths: 4
    • Half Baths: 2
    • Heat: Gas on Gas, Hot Water, Radiator, Steam
    • Laundry Room: Main Level
    • Pool Description: In Ground Pool, Heated, Gunite
    • Rooms: 10
William Pitt / Julia B. Fee Sotheby's International Realty

Fairfield-Southport Brokerage

251 Main Street
Southport , CT 06890

Listing Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway NE Prop.

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