Alison Healy

An example of the many historic lighthouses along the coast of Fairfield County on the Long Island Sound in Connecticut.  They enabled seafaring ships to find their way through treacherous reefs and shoals and into safe harbor.

All along the coast line of Fairfield and New Haven Counties, waterfront homes & beach homes of all shapes and sizes can be found.  Unique enclaves with docks and moorings to beachfront cottages, waterfront communities and more can all be found in Connecticut along the coast of the Long Island Sound. I specialize in Exeptional Properties with William Raveis Real Estate and have represented many buyers and sellers in Fairfield County. 

There are marina's all along the coast for power boats and sail boats of all shapes & sizes so there is plenty of easy access to enjoy the Long Island Sound.

Throughout Connecticut are many inland lakes & rivers that provide fresh water recreation for boating, kayaking, waterskiing and more.  Below is the state launching ramp on Lake Ousatonic at Indian Well State Park in Shelton. This is part of the Housatonic River at the first dam.  Above the Stevenson Dam is Lake Zoar and above the Shepaug Dam is Lake Lillinonah. The mighty Housatonic River runs from between Stratford & Milford all the way up to Pittsfield, MA. You can also find many waterfront homes nestled in quiet coves or busy lake and river front areas throughout Connecticut. You can find many of these execptional homes in both Fairfield County and New Haven County.