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Norwalk, CT 06853
3 Bedroom / 4 Bathroom / 2224 sqft
20 Thomas PL
Enjoy sweeping views of l.i.s. from this direct waterfront, maintenance free home in rowayton. this architectural beauty exceeds the current fema regulation, with a positive elevation of 16.1 ft, providing the new owner with a sense of security, protection and affordability of waterfront living for years to come. filled with lots of light and charm retaining its historical character with renovations incorporating state of the art conveniences. impeccable details, with period craftsmanship. gourmet kitchen, 5 fireplaces, balconies and terraces overlooking the waters edge. thomas place is a unique waterfront association of 20 homes overlooking the l.i.s. with a community dock. this unique complex is one of a kind in fairfield county.

Most Expensive Historic Houses in CT
 
$30,000,000
Darien, CT

$12,500,000
Darien, CT

$6,950,000
Greenwich, CT

$6,550,000
Greenwich, CT

$6,500,000
Branford, CT

$6,400,000
Greenwich, CT

$6,350,000
Norwalk, CT

$6,200,000
Goshen, CT

$6,200,000
Goshen, CT

$5,495,000
Redding, CT

$5,250,000
Ridgefield, CT

$4,995,000
Fairfield, CT

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Shingle Style 1880-1900, Queen Anne Victorian 1880-1910, Colonial Revival 1880-1955, Tudor 1890-1940

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