Southport Properties Corporation 2507 Post Rd, Southport, CT06890 Southport Properties Corporation provides its customers (both domestic and international) with real estate services such…More as property management, asset management and real estate investment banking.
Nicholas H. Fingelly Real Estate 251 Main St, Southport, CT06890 Just under 80 agents work for Nicholas H. Fingelly, which has several offices in Fairfield County and has been in…More business since 1948. While it specializes in property sales, the Southport office itself is quite a stunner, overlooking beautiful Southport Harbor. Fingelly's agents handle properties in Southport, Fairfield, Easton, Weston and Westport as well as other neighboring towns. Price points range from 300,000 to multi-million dollar listings.
William Pitt / Sotheby's International Realty 2000 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT06824 Located at the edge of town, bordering South Pine Creek and just before Southport, this William Pitt Sotheby's real…More estate office can handle all of your residential real estate needs.
Southport Beach, located at 1505 Pequot Ave. in the Southport section of town, is one of six beaches in…More Fairfield.
The Sea Lodge, a private beach and clubhouse at 1313 Pequot Ave., is located next to Southport Beach.
Southport Beach is free and open to the public, but people who park there must have a beach sticker from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.
Southport Beach, which is about 2.5 acres in size, includes a permanent concession stand that sells food and beverages.
A beach sticker for Southport Beach, which also includes access to the other four Long Island Sound beaches, South Benson Marina and the town dump, costs $20 for people who have a motor vehicle registered in town. The beach sticker is free if that person is at least 62 years old or permanently disabled.
People who own real estate in town but whose motor vehicle is not registered in town can get a beach sticker for Southport Beach, the other four Long Island Sound beaches and South Benson Marina for $55.
Current and former town employees may get a beach sticker for Southport Beach, the other four Long Island Sound beaches and South Benson Marina for $45.
People who are permanent residents in town and who have sole use of an out-of-town company car may get a beach sticker for Southport Beach, the other four Long Island Sound beaches, South Benson Marina and the town dump for $20.
Southport Beach has three lifeguards during peak times in the summer and offers great views of Long Island Sound and the beginning of Westport's "Gold Coast."
Dogs and horses, accompanied by their owners, are allowed on the beach from Oct. 1 to March 31. Dogs must be leashed, and people must clean up after their dogs and horses, according to the Parks and Recreation Department's regulations.
Robert Russo 2507 Post Rd, Southport, CT06890 Robert Russo is a Fairfield-based attorney specializing in real estate and small business law for clients in and around…More the local community. Mr. Russo's Web site contains information on the practice, available services and internet-based resources. The facilities of Mr. Russo's firm are located at 2507 Post Road.
William Raveis 2525 Post Rd, Southport, CT06890 William Raveis is a large, family-owned real estate company dealing with residential properties in the Northeast,…More including Connecticut. The company also offers insurance services, offering clients with quotes for life, home, flood, automobile, excess liability, valuable items and personal insurance. The first William Raveis office actually opened in Fairfield in 1974. This William Raveis location is the main Fairfield office.
Brody Wilkinson 2507 Post Rd, Southport, CT06890 Brody Wilkinson provides various legal services for individuals, non-profit organizations and businesses. This law…More firm offers tax planning, estate and trust administrations, family foundations and residential real estate for individuals, as well as entity formation, land use and zoning, commercial real estate investment, lending, taxation and other legal services for businesses. Principal attorneys include Jennifer Basciano, William Britt, Seth Brody, Douglas Brown, Seth Cooper, Barbara Miller, Peter Mott, Ronald Noren, S. Giles Payne, James Rice, Brian Silvestro, Robert Teicher and Thomas Walsh