Wilson Point Norwalk CT

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About the Neighborhood

Spanning just over 150 acres, Wilson Point has properties ranging from contemporary to large and spacious Tudor styles, with beautiful waterfront views.
Map of Wilson Point, Norwalk CT

Running north alongside Wilson Avenue, and nestled between the Village Creek inlet and Wilson Cove, lies Wilson Point – a South Norwalk peninsula of both convenient location as well as rich history. Spanning just over 150 acres, Wilson Point has properties ranging from contemporary to large and spacious Tudor styles, with the majority of homes having direct waterfront access to the Norwalk Islands and Long Island Sound.

This area was once known as Belden’s Neck, but would eventually be recognized as Wilson’s Point in 1837, when a wealthy New York City businessman by the name of Lewis O. Wilson would come to own the entire property, partly through his marriage to Harriet Belden in 1825.

In 1865, Wilson gave a portion of this land to his five sons, but had to foreclose and sell the remaining property to Lunette Burchard when he ran into financial troubles in 1879.

The land alongside Wilson Cove was obtained by the Housatonic Railroad Company in 1882, and was subsequently used as a freight and ferry terminal until the early 1890’s, when the location was taken over and operated by the New Haven line until the entire complex was destroyed by a fire in 1899.

The Beach Clubhouse can be found here, with membership offered exclusively to Wilson Point residents, providing members with several beach amenities as well as a kayak storage area. The community is operated by the Wilson Point Property Owners Association, a private association of homeowners in charge of overseeing everything from street repairs to simple preservation of the area’s natural charm through regular upkeep and maintenance.

Wilson Point is also home to the Norwalk Yacht Club, which was originally built on the east side of Wilson Cove in 1894 but was relocated in 1964, when a larger property was necessary in order to keep up with its growing popularity.


Homes for Sale

4 homes for sale

$ 4.30M median price

100.0% sale / list ratio

244 days on market

latest homes for sale

Luxury Single Family Home For Sale in Norwalk CT 06854. Colonial house near waterfront with 3 car garage.

Luxury Single Family Home

11 Nathan Hale Drive, Norwalk CT $ 5,149,000 New listing
4 Beds 4 Baths 1.01 Acres 4,921 Sqft Built in 2018 Colonial House
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listed on 30 Sep 2019
Luxury Mansion For Sale in Norwalk CT 06854. Old colonial house near beach side waterfront with 3 car garage.

Luxury Mansion

16 Nathan Hale Drive, Norwalk CT $ 4,795,000 Price decrease
5 Beds 6 Baths 1.1 Acres 8,053 Sqft Built in 1939 Old Colonial House
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listed on 23 Sep 2019
Single Family Home For Sale in Norwalk CT 06854. Old colonial house near beach side waterfront with 2 car garage.

Single Family Home

6 Hilltop Road, Norwalk CT $ 1,995,000 New listing
4 Beds 5 Baths 1.0 Acres 4,274 Sqft Built in 1924 Old Colonial House
Courtesy of SmartMLS
listed on 27 Mar 2019
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homes styles and types

1953 average year built

6,851 average sq feet

1.13 average acres
home types active
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Single Family 4 $ 3.25M
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Mediterranean 1 $ 5.65M
Tudor 1 $ 3.80M
Colonial 3 $ 2.45M
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Waterfront 4 $ 3.25M
Luxury 2 $ 4.72M
Mansions 1 $ 3.80M
New Construction 4 $ 3.25M

recently sold homes

Foreclosure: Single Family Home Sold in Norwalk CT 06854. Colonial house near beach side waterfront with swimming pool and 2 car garage.

Single Family Home

25 Point Road, Norwalk CT $ 1,800,000 Closed
5 Beds 6 Baths 1.26 Acres 6,937 Sqft Built in 1987 Colonial House
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sold on 4 Oct 2019
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Home Price Stats

Most expensive home

$5,149,000
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Average sale price

$3,934,750

Median sale price

$4,297,500

Cheapest home

$1,995,000 See cheapest homes

Dollars on market

$ 15.7M

Sale / List ratio

100%

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Construction Year Stats

Newest homes built in

2018
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Average construction year

1953

Median construction year

1935

Oldest homes built in

1924
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Built Year Breakdown
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Home Surface Stats

Biggest home

10,157 square feet
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Average home surface

6,851

Median home surface

6,487

Smallest home

4,274 square feet
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Square Feet Breakdown
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Home Lot Stats

Home with biggest lot

1 acres
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Average home lot

1

Median home lot

1

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1 acres
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