Real estate market data for Westport, CT provided by Dagny Eason of Dagny's Real Estate
Westport is a town in Fairfield County located on the coast of Long Island Sound. Westport is a great town with a lot to offer. Shopping, golf, the beach, a theater are among the many activities available to you as a Westport resident.
Longshore Club Park
Known to locals as “Westport’s Crown Jewel” Longshore has an interesting history. Like most of Fairfield County, the land that is now Longshore Club Park was farmland, it was later turned from farmland into an estate and then a popular Country Club.
During the 1940’s Longshore Country Club was a very popular Club for local residents Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald and their famous friends. Celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Babe Ruth and Henry Fonda were all guest at Longshore.
In 1960 the town of Westport bought the club for $1,950,000. Unique to Westport, Longshore was transformed into a public facility for the whole town to enjoy offering golf, tennis, paddle tennis, a swimming pool, a sailing school, and in the winter there is an ice skating rink.
When visiting Westport you can stay at the Inn at Longshore, a first class Inn with 12 guest rooms and you can dine at the award winning restaurant “Splash.” The Inn at Longshore is a very popular destination for weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and all kinds of both private and corporate events.
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Number of Homes Sold in Westport- A 3 Year Comparison
Currently in Westport...
The Average sale price in April was $1,763,574 and 58 houses sold in April. There are currently 305 active listings and 88 pending in Westport. So far in June 9 homes have sold.
Westport Sales History
In 2010, 379 sold in Westport with an average price of $1,386,168, in 2011, 379 homes sold with an average price of $1,264,304, and in 2012, 391 homes sold for an average price of $1,342,558.
Westport CT Statistics
(Numbers are all estimates)
The recent ranking of the nation’s high schools published by U.S. News & World Report, Connecticut is distinguished with 11 Gold Medal schools*, 24 Silver Medal schools, and 4 Bronze Medal schools. Of the top 10 half were in the 26th district. Weston, Ridgefield, Wilton High Schools along with Joel Barlow High School in Redding and Staples High School in Westport were recognized.