95 Seabright Ave. Blackrock
Open House Dec.17(Sun) 12-2PM
3Bed 2.5 Bath
2105 Sq Ft
Price : $689,000 Newly priced!
You will be thrilled by the breathtaking views as you look out onto Seabright Beach from this beautifully renovated, classic beach home. You can watch the sunrise and the boats going in and out of Black Rock Harbor from your Living Room, Master Bedroom or Front Porch. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the tranquility that is yours on the Long Island Sound!
Gorgeous renovations have been done in this 1920s vintage home. It has a beachy vibe yet it is modern and classic.
The newly updated kitchen is complete with beautiful counters and high quality kitchen appliances. Hardwood floors run throughtout the kitchen, dining room and living room.
A cozy nook for relaxing with a glass of wine and a good book also provides more storage with the built-in cabinets.
Great harbour views in the Master Bedroom with 9 ft ceiling and a Juliet balcony for seeing out . There is a full bath with gorgeous tile work and a walk-in shower with a glass door.
There are wonderful, large windows from every room and the bedrooms have ample storage in the closets. Additional Bathroom is also nicely renovated.
Come to Our Open House! Motivated Seller, Newly Priced!
95 Seabright Avenue, Blackrock, CT 06605
Sunday, Dec.17th 12-2PM
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BlackRock at a glance
A peninsula in southwestern Bridgeport that was once a major port and shipbuilding center, Black Rock is bordered by Black Rock Harbor to the east and the Ash Creek marshlands to the west. Its crowning feature is St. Mary’s by the Sea, a city-owned park with a shoreline walkway offering views of the harbor and Long Island Sound. Sailboats frequently dot the harbor, coming and going from the two yacht clubs, Black Rock and Fayerweather.
Houses are a mix of single- and multi-family homes in an array of styles. A National Register Historic District at the head of the harbor includes many 18th- and 19th-century houses. Higher-priced properties are near the water, as well as on the few streets high enough to give sweeping water views. There are nine condominium complexes and one co-op.
The business district on Fairfield Avenue includes convenience stores, shops and many taverns and restaurants. Newcomers include Nom-eez, serving Vietnamese street food, and HUb and Spoke, with tapas and craft beers. In a more serene waterfront spot on Ferris Street, Bloodroot, a feminist bookstore and restaurantthat will have its 40th anniversary in March, serves vegetarian fare. (Excerpt from the New York Times)