Always wanted waterfront property, or even just the lifestyle of living near the water Consider the lake. In a rebounding housing market, especially in Connecticut and on the East Coast, water communities are bouncing back first and values are starting to come back rapidly. Want waterfront water access? You're not alone.
At an open house I hosted in the Lake Hills neighborhood of Fairfield recently, I had 22 families come through the house. We ended the day with multiple offers on a lovely cape home that had 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and was offered at $525,000. The buyers coming through the house told me again and again how important it was to find a home that provides a "lifestyle." Living near the lake is just that. The private Lake Hills Association is a wonderful community organization that is social, friendly, and great way to get to know your neighbors. There are activities for the kids and adults. Annual dues are just $400 per year.
We have several new houses on the market in Lake Hills. See this house Live at the Lake currently available in Lake Hills. It's affordable and lovely with a backyard you won't believe!