FAIRFIELD | 5 THOMAS ROAD, WESTPORT, Conn.
Charming 1934 House
A three-bedroom, two-full-and-two-half-bath, 2,620-square-foot home with refinished original hardwood floors throughout and a bell atop the roof; a mudroom with stone floors, built-ins, and doors to a porch with pillars; a hallway with radiant-heat floors leading to a family room with high ceilings and a fireplace; an office with recessed lighting; a kitchen with a quartz island, breakfast nook and bay window; a bright living room with a fireplace and access to a screened-in porch and outdoor stone patio; an en suite primary bedroom; and a two-car attached garage, on 0.68 acres. Lainie Floyd, 917-903-6275 or Mersene Norbom, 203-644-6172; William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty; williampitt.com
Taxes: $14,131 a year
There is a finished lower level that opens to the mature, landscaped backyard. Downtown Westport — including a library, the Westport Country Playhouse and a farmer’s market — is minutes away.
There is no interior access to the garage. The primary suite lacks walk-in closets, and the bathroom is small.
Suffolk | 4 Smith Lane, Nissequogue, N.Y.
A five-bedroom, four-bath house built in 1985, with an entry foyer, cathedral ceilings, a large eat-in kitchen opening to a family room with a wood-burning fireplace, a butler’s pantry, an en suite primary bedroom with a balcony, a laundry room, a finished basement and an attached two-car garage, on 1.96 acres. Mary Theresa Marolda, Douglas Elliman Realty, 516-680-7693; elliman.com
$24,390 a year
The property, reached by a winding driveway, is surrounded by mature trees and feels private. Numerous skylights and transom windows bring in natural light.
One of the upstairs bedrooms lacks a closet and another has one without a door.
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