Welcome to Westport, CT
Westport was formerly known as ‘Green’s Farm’ due to the farming families that settled there. By the 19th century, the town turned into a bustling shipping center and transformed by the 20th century into a destination for artists, musicians and writers. Residents now enjoy this scenic waterfront town with fine dining and shopping as well as recreational water activities within close proximity to New York City.
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Westport is a luxurious waterfront town home to 28,000 residents. The town is split through the middle by the Saugatuck River, providing breathtaking views on both sides and endless recreational fun.
What To Expect:
It’s no surprise that buyers flock to Westport for its close proximity to the water. Compo Beach, a pristine 29 acre park is known for sailing lessons, picnic tables and grills, a playground for kids and tons of water sports. Apart from activities on the water, you’ll find MOCA, a new contemporary art museum, a great dining scene and even a celebrity spotting from time to time.
Immaculate beaches and a contemporary art museum.
Residents enjoy visiting Levitt Pavilion each summer for 50 free outdoor concerts and the Westport Library was recently reimagined in 2019 with state of the art technology, upgraded capacity for grandstand seating to take in the incredible views and much more.
Small town feel with a global mindset.
The Westport Country Playhouse was founded in 1931 by Lawrence Langner, a New York theater producer. Many notable performers have graced the stage including Paul Newman and Liza Minnelli. Today, the Playhouse produces five shows per season and provides theater experiences such as staged readings to free community events for kids and families.
Westport Country Playhouse.
Westport homes are extremely sought after and range from luxury rentals and condo complexes to waterside mansions. Homes in Westport are mostly traditional with some contemporary and bungalows in the mix.
Beach bungalows to Gold Coast luxury properties.
You'll Fall In Love With:
The Longshore Complex sits on 200 acres that the town purchased in 1960. Now the complex includes a 18 hole golf course, town pools, tennis courts, and a marina for recreational family fun.
Playtime at the Longshore Complex.