- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 1.87 Acres
- 2,120 Sqft
- Built in 1920
- Old Farm House
Westport’s Compo Beach neighborhood is nothing short of local gem.
Located in this neighborhood is a 29 acre-park, which has lovely sand beaches along both the borders of the Saugatuck River as well as Long Island Sound. Residents of this area are welcome to enjoy the Ned Dimes Marina, the pavillion, the boardwalk, the playgrounds, the volleyball and basketball courts, and picnic areas as well as the many other amenities available at Compo Beach year round.
You can bring your furry friends to the beach too if you want! Dogs are also welcome to utilize Compo Beach in designated off-leash areas between October 1st and March 30th.
A rich history is also present here to accompany the plethora of activities that one can enjoy. In 1777, the British troops landed on this beach and led to the ensuing fight that became known as “The Battle at Compo Hill.” There is even a Minuteman Man statue that can be seen at the main entrance to Compo Beach in memorium to this historical event!