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Avalon Darien
137 Hollow Tree Ridge Rd , Darien, CT
Noroton
1 Bedroom
$2,625
1053 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,850
1422 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$5,373
1545 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:03 PM
Granite counters, walk-in closets, and in-unit washers and dryers are prominent features of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhomes. Located near Norton Metro Station, Fort King George and Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge.
1 Unit Available
833 Hollow Tree Ridge Road
833 Hollow Tree Ridge Road
Darien, CT
5 Bedrooms
$13,000
5486 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Lovely 5 bedroom colonial located on a picturesque and serene 2.4 acre property in the coastal community of Darien. This graciously proportioned home offers over 5400 sq ft of living space and a well thought out floor plan.
1 Unit Available
8 Pratt Island
8 Pratt Island , Darien, CT
Noroton
4 Bedrooms
$40,000
5245 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
This striking waterfront home with private beach & spectacular views was custom build in 2003. It’s panoramic vista of Long Island Sound is unique.
1 Unit Available
128 Mansfield Avenue
128 Mansfield Avenue
Darien, CT
5 Bedrooms
$45,000
5028 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
It is not too late to get away! Explore all that Darien has to offer in this gracious five bedroom colonial located one mile from town.
1 Unit Available
1958 Post Road
1958 Post Road , Darien, CT
Noroton
Studio
$2,100
440 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Light filled, beautifully appointed almost new construction, close to everything. Highly efficient studio apartment with elevator access. Kitchen boasts top of the line Bosch appliances and marble countertops.
1 Unit Available
3 Abbey Road
3 Abbey Road , Darien, CT
Noroton Heights
4 Bedrooms
$5,800
2150 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Fully renovated classic Colonial in a desirable neighborhood with all the modern amenities. The 4BR, 2.5 bath home features hardwood floors, updated kitchen and baths, stone fireplace & energy efficiently throughout.
1 Unit Available
77 Leroy Avenue
77 Leroy Avenue
Darien, CT
2 Bedrooms
$4,450
1376 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
NEW OWNERSHIP AS OF 2018! Rent a NEW construction luxury apartment at a great price! Pemberton16 has 5 available apartment designs from 1,311 to 1,382 sq ft w/9' ceilings & OPEN FLOOR PLANS.
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1 Unit Available
718 Cove Rd Unit 2
718 Cove Rd , Stamford, CT
The Cove
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1038 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
Spacious condo in the cove area - Property Id: 372984 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath apartment for rent.
1 Unit Available
75 Waterbury Avenue
75 Waterbury Avenue , Stamford, CT
The Cove
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,950
1100 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Charming 1st floor approx 1100 sq ft. apartment near Cove Island! All applianced kitchen, large formal dining room with hardwood floors, large living room with hardwood floors, bay window and built-ins, washer and dryer in apartment..
1 Unit Available
27 Northill Street
27 Northill Street , Stamford, CT
Springdale
1 Bedroom
$1,700
683 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Move right in to this saught after Springdale complex. updated, freshley painted, largest one bedroom in the complex.Totally redone Lobby and hallways. Laundry on each floor. Exercise room off Lobby. Walk to train, bus, restaurants, shopping etc.
1 Unit Available
1100 East Main Street
1100 East Main Street , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
2 Bedrooms
$1,775
775 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Bright, sunny good size 2 bedrooms, Right next to I 95, Walking distance from Stamford down town. Rent includes heat and hot Water.
1 Unit Available
998 Cove Road
998 Cove Road , Stamford, CT
The Cove
4 Bedrooms
$6,500
3187 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Fabulous new construction, with water views. This modern and luxurious custom built townhouse style has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and a home office. Its ultimate craftsmanship with attention to detail will truly impress you.
1 Unit Available
124 Lawn Avenue
124 Lawn Avenue , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
Studio
$1,250
550 sqft
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Nice sunny Studio apt located in the heart of Glenbrook. Close to downtown, shopping, train and I95. Approx 500 sq ft, W/D in basement (Coin operated), plenty of off street parking. Heat and hot water included.
1 Unit Available
97 Richards Avenue
97 Richards Avenue , Norwalk, CT
West Norwalk
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1192 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
This unit is located in the highly sought after Mallards Landing complex. The unit was nicely updated 3 years ago and is freshly painted. There are two parking spots, (Number 115 carport, and Number 19 an assigned uncovered spot).
1 Unit Available
950 Cove Road
950 Cove Road , Stamford, CT
The Cove
1 Bedroom
$2,100
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Bright and Spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit located just steps from Cove Island Park. Unit features newly installed wood floors and stainless steel appliances. Open living room with fireplace and sliders to balcony.
1 Unit Available
84 Seaside Avenue
84 Seaside Avenue , Stamford, CT
The Cove
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
767 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Spacious light and bright 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Unit Located In Walking Distance To Cove Island Park and Beach. Hardwood Floors Throughout. Great floor plan with Eat-in kitchen and plenty of closets and storage. Washer & Dryer In Building.
1 Unit Available
15 Rose Street
15 Rose Street , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1500 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Welcome to Glenbrook! A spacious 3 bed and 1 bath completely renovated first floor unit.
1 Unit Available
27 Houston Terrace
27 Houston Terrace , Stamford, CT
The Cove
3 Bedrooms
$3,900
2100 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
New construction to be completed and available for rent October 1st 2020. Modern, spacious 3 story townhouse features 3 bedrooms,3.5 bath, sitting room, lots of closet space, 1 car garage and plenty of additional parking.
1 Unit Available
377 Hope Street
377 Hope Street , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1235 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Garden style Townhouse located in Stamford's most fashionable Glenbrook neighborhood, 3 minute walk to Glenbrook train station, leave your car in the 2 reserved parking spaces in front of your unit.
1 Unit Available
143 Seaside Avenue
143 Seaside Avenue , Stamford, CT
East Side
1 Bedroom
$1,795
700 sqft
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
PEACEFUL Light-filled, 1 LARGE bedroom AND SECOND ROOM for guests, OR OFFICE, RENOVATED KITCHEN, patio for BBQ. Walking distance to the beach, close to 95. NEW STAIN STEEL APPLIANCES, AND HARDWOOD FLOORS.
1 Unit Available
177 Belltown Road
177 Belltown Road
Stamford, CT
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
1797 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Single Family Expanded Cape on Half Acre Wooded Lot, Private Off Street Asphalt Parking Lot, Two Bedrooms on First Floor, Brand New Kitchen, Hardwood Floors, Fireplace, Ample Closet Space, 2nd Floor, 2 Bedrooms with Hardwood Floor, One Bedroom with
1 Unit Available
31 Oenoke Place
31 Oenoke Place , Stamford, CT
Springdale
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
1500 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Renovated, bright and sunny 2BR apartment with office space. Custom kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter top. Washer and dryer in the unit. New bathroom. Two parking spaces reserved. Walk to Springdale Train Station.
1 Unit Available
45 Church Street
45 Church Street , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
1 Bedroom
$1,700
595 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Chic and stylish 1 bed apartment in the heart of sought-after Glenbrook! Beautifully updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, modern finishings, open layout, spacious bedroom, your own washer/dryer, plenty of parking.
1 Unit Available
63 Scofield Avenue
63 Scofield Avenue , Stamford, CT
Glenbrook
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
800 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom--TWO apartments (1 & 2) located in Glenbrook Area. Walking distance to Train Station. Updated kitchen. Central A/C. Hardwood Floors.. Parking & Storage and Porch
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How much is rent in Darien?
In Darien, the median rent is $2,233 for a studio, $2,731 for a 1-bedroom, $3,448 for a 2-bedroom, and $4,360 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Darien, check out our monthly Darien Rent Report.
How much is rent in Darien?
In Darien, the median rent is $2,233 for a studio, $2,731 for a 1-bedroom, $3,448 for a 2-bedroom, and $4,360 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Darien, check out our monthly Darien Rent Report.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Darien. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Bridgeport, Norwalk Community College, Housatonic Community College, and Western Connecticut State University.
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Median Rent in Darien

Last updated Dec. 2014
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Darien is $2,731, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $3,448.
Studio
$2,233
1 Bed
$2,731
2 Beds
$3,448
3+ Beds
$4,360
City GuideDarien
"I thought I saw the still sun / Strike the side of a hammer in flight / And from it a sea bird be born / To take off over the marshes." - At Darien Bridge by James L. Dickey
"I thought I saw the still sun / Strike the side of a hammer in flight / And from it a sea bird be born / To take off over the marshes." - At Darien Bridge by James L. Dickey

Looking for places to rent in Connecticut? Why not try Darien? It's a favorite for commuters to the NYC area because it's right off the Metro-North train line just an hour outside the city. It's also close to Norwalk and Stamford, two exciting cities with a lot to offer as well. It's filled with mansions and luxury apartments and is a beautiful area of peaceful Connecticut. If you can afford one of the beautiful rental houses here, you'll enjoy a high quality of life and easy access to nearby hot spots.

Having trouble with Craigslist Darien? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Moving to Darien

Finding an apt for rent in Darien won't be too difficult if you have the time to devote to looking for a place. But there are a lot of one-bedroom apartments in Darien and even some studios and two and three bedrooms if you look a little harder. You'll want to give it four to six weeks and maybe a little longer depending on the time of year you're moving -- there are usually more apartments opening up in the summer months when students vacate the area, whereas the winter months can be a little more difficult. It's good to make appointments to view quite a few different places to get a feel for what you like. Some people prefer living in small apartments or stand-alone houses while other people love high-rise buildings with a doorman and added luxuries. When you make appointments to see different places, show up in a timely manner -- no one likes to be kept waiting and, though there are a good number of apartments available, this is still a competitive market so you'll want to make a good impression.

What You'll Need

If you're looking for homes or townhouses for rent in Darien, you're going to want to put together all the necessary documents to have ready in case you see a place you love right away. Set up a few appointments and bring along a binder with all the stuff you're going to need: your credit report, copies of your ID, proof of income, letter of employment, letters of reference, pay stubs, bank statements, etc. Having all of this together beforehand will save you a lot of time and can sometimes make the difference between scoring an apartment and losing out to someone else! Oh, and don't forget to bring your checkbook with you at all times. You might want to write a deposit on the spot if you find a place that you're absolutely in love with!

Moving to Darien
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Finding an apt for rent in Darien won't be too difficult if you have the time to devote to looking for a place. But there are a lot of one-bedroom apartments in Darien and even some studios and two and three bedrooms if you look a little harder. You'll want to give it four to six weeks and maybe a little longer depending on the time of year you're moving -- there are usually more apartments opening up in the summer months when students vacate the area, whereas the winter months can be a little more difficult. It's good to make appointments to view quite a few different places to get a feel for what you like. Some people prefer living in small apartments or stand-alone houses while other people love high-rise buildings with a doorman and added luxuries. When you make appointments to see different places, show up in a timely manner -- no one likes to be kept waiting and, though there are a good number of apartments available, this is still a competitive market so you'll want to make a good impression.

What You'll Need

If you're looking for homes or townhouses for rent in Darien, you're going to want to put together all the necessary documents to have ready in case you see a place you love right away. Set up a few appointments and bring along a binder with all the stuff you're going to need: your credit report, copies of your ID, proof of income, letter of employment, letters of reference, pay stubs, bank statements, etc. Having all of this together beforehand will save you a lot of time and can sometimes make the difference between scoring an apartment and losing out to someone else! Oh, and don't forget to bring your checkbook with you at all times. You might want to write a deposit on the spot if you find a place that you're absolutely in love with!

Neighborhoods

Darien is home to about 20,000 people according to the U.S. Census, and they are scattered all around the area in different neighborhoods. The city varies greatly depending on where you are living. Here is a breakdown of the different neighborhoods.

Tokeneke: This is the area right on the waterfront of Long Island Sound, and houses here have gorgeous views of the sound and the jagged cliffs that make up the coastline. Real estate here is primarily large single-unit homes and small apartment buildings.

Hoyt Street / Camp Avenue: This is the northernmost part of town and the inland location is very grassy and bucolic. It encompasses the beautiful Woodway Country Club and is made up mostly of owner-occupied single-family homes.

Town Center: This area is where the Darien Metro-North stop is located so it makes a great choice for commuters or people who travel into New York City or Stamford very often for fun. I-95 also runs right into this area, which heads into NYC as well.

Neighborhoods
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Darien is home to about 20,000 people according to the U.S. Census, and they are scattered all around the area in different neighborhoods. The city varies greatly depending on where you are living. Here is a breakdown of the different neighborhoods.

Tokeneke: This is the area right on the waterfront of Long Island Sound, and houses here have gorgeous views of the sound and the jagged cliffs that make up the coastline. Real estate here is primarily large single-unit homes and small apartment buildings.

Hoyt Street / Camp Avenue: This is the northernmost part of town and the inland location is very grassy and bucolic. It encompasses the beautiful Woodway Country Club and is made up mostly of owner-occupied single-family homes.

Town Center: This area is where the Darien Metro-North stop is located so it makes a great choice for commuters or people who travel into New York City or Stamford very often for fun. I-95 also runs right into this area, which heads into NYC as well.

Living in Darien

Darien offers a very high quality of life, with its beautiful beaches, seaside views and picturesque small-town charms. It has a number of public parks and beaches, including Pear Tree Point Beach, Baker Park, Weed Beach and Cherry Lawn Park. It also has a number of private membership golf, boating and yachting clubs. Many residents own boats and yachts and dock them along the coastline for use in the warmer months. The city has a number of yearly events, including the Hindley Happening Fair in May, the Summer Annual Sidewalk Sale and the Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival in the fall. It was the setting for Richard Yates' famous novel-turned-movie Revolutionary Road, as well as the Meryl Streep film, Hope Springs.

Proximity to New York City has no doubt increased the appeal of this little Connecticut town. Business folks who tire of the fast pace of the city often end up buying property out in Connecticut to live in part-time or full-time.

Living in Darien
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Darien offers a very high quality of life, with its beautiful beaches, seaside views and picturesque small-town charms. It has a number of public parks and beaches, including Pear Tree Point Beach, Baker Park, Weed Beach and Cherry Lawn Park. It also has a number of private membership golf, boating and yachting clubs. Many residents own boats and yachts and dock them along the coastline for use in the warmer months. The city has a number of yearly events, including the Hindley Happening Fair in May, the Summer Annual Sidewalk Sale and the Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival in the fall. It was the setting for Richard Yates' famous novel-turned-movie Revolutionary Road, as well as the Meryl Streep film, Hope Springs.

Proximity to New York City has no doubt increased the appeal of this little Connecticut town. Business folks who tire of the fast pace of the city often end up buying property out in Connecticut to live in part-time or full-time.

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City GuideDarien
"I thought I saw the still sun / Strike the side of a hammer in flight / And from it a sea bird be born / To take off over the marshes." - At Darien Bridge by James L. Dickey
"I thought I saw the still sun / Strike the side of a hammer in flight / And from it a sea bird be born / To take off over the marshes." - At Darien Bridge by James L. Dickey

Looking for places to rent in Connecticut? Why not try Darien? It's a favorite for commuters to the NYC area because it's right off the Metro-North train line just an hour outside the city. It's also close to Norwalk and Stamford, two exciting cities with a lot to offer as well. It's filled with mansions and luxury apartments and is a beautiful area of peaceful Connecticut. If you can afford one of the beautiful rental houses here, you'll enjoy a high quality of life and easy access to nearby hot spots.

Having trouble with Craigslist Darien? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Moving to Darien

Finding an apt for rent in Darien won't be too difficult if you have the time to devote to looking for a place. But there are a lot of one-bedroom apartments in Darien and even some studios and two and three bedrooms if you look a little harder. You'll want to give it four to six weeks and maybe a little longer depending on the time of year you're moving -- there are usually more apartments opening up in the summer months when students vacate the area, whereas the winter months can be a little more difficult. It's good to make appointments to view quite a few different places to get a feel for what you like. Some people prefer living in small apartments or stand-alone houses while other people love high-rise buildings with a doorman and added luxuries. When you make appointments to see different places, show up in a timely manner -- no one likes to be kept waiting and, though there are a good number of apartments available, this is still a competitive market so you'll want to make a good impression.

What You'll Need

If you're looking for homes or townhouses for rent in Darien, you're going to want to put together all the necessary documents to have ready in case you see a place you love right away. Set up a few appointments and bring along a binder with all the stuff you're going to need: your credit report, copies of your ID, proof of income, letter of employment, letters of reference, pay stubs, bank statements, etc. Having all of this together beforehand will save you a lot of time and can sometimes make the difference between scoring an apartment and losing out to someone else! Oh, and don't forget to bring your checkbook with you at all times. You might want to write a deposit on the spot if you find a place that you're absolutely in love with!

Moving to Darien
+

Finding an apt for rent in Darien won't be too difficult if you have the time to devote to looking for a place. But there are a lot of one-bedroom apartments in Darien and even some studios and two and three bedrooms if you look a little harder. You'll want to give it four to six weeks and maybe a little longer depending on the time of year you're moving -- there are usually more apartments opening up in the summer months when students vacate the area, whereas the winter months can be a little more difficult. It's good to make appointments to view quite a few different places to get a feel for what you like. Some people prefer living in small apartments or stand-alone houses while other people love high-rise buildings with a doorman and added luxuries. When you make appointments to see different places, show up in a timely manner -- no one likes to be kept waiting and, though there are a good number of apartments available, this is still a competitive market so you'll want to make a good impression.

What You'll Need

If you're looking for homes or townhouses for rent in Darien, you're going to want to put together all the necessary documents to have ready in case you see a place you love right away. Set up a few appointments and bring along a binder with all the stuff you're going to need: your credit report, copies of your ID, proof of income, letter of employment, letters of reference, pay stubs, bank statements, etc. Having all of this together beforehand will save you a lot of time and can sometimes make the difference between scoring an apartment and losing out to someone else! Oh, and don't forget to bring your checkbook with you at all times. You might want to write a deposit on the spot if you find a place that you're absolutely in love with!

Neighborhoods

Darien is home to about 20,000 people according to the U.S. Census, and they are scattered all around the area in different neighborhoods. The city varies greatly depending on where you are living. Here is a breakdown of the different neighborhoods.

Tokeneke: This is the area right on the waterfront of Long Island Sound, and houses here have gorgeous views of the sound and the jagged cliffs that make up the coastline. Real estate here is primarily large single-unit homes and small apartment buildings.

Hoyt Street / Camp Avenue: This is the northernmost part of town and the inland location is very grassy and bucolic. It encompasses the beautiful Woodway Country Club and is made up mostly of owner-occupied single-family homes.

Town Center: This area is where the Darien Metro-North stop is located so it makes a great choice for commuters or people who travel into New York City or Stamford very often for fun. I-95 also runs right into this area, which heads into NYC as well.

Neighborhoods
+

Darien is home to about 20,000 people according to the U.S. Census, and they are scattered all around the area in different neighborhoods. The city varies greatly depending on where you are living. Here is a breakdown of the different neighborhoods.

Tokeneke: This is the area right on the waterfront of Long Island Sound, and houses here have gorgeous views of the sound and the jagged cliffs that make up the coastline. Real estate here is primarily large single-unit homes and small apartment buildings.

Hoyt Street / Camp Avenue: This is the northernmost part of town and the inland location is very grassy and bucolic. It encompasses the beautiful Woodway Country Club and is made up mostly of owner-occupied single-family homes.

Town Center: This area is where the Darien Metro-North stop is located so it makes a great choice for commuters or people who travel into New York City or Stamford very often for fun. I-95 also runs right into this area, which heads into NYC as well.

Living in Darien

Darien offers a very high quality of life, with its beautiful beaches, seaside views and picturesque small-town charms. It has a number of public parks and beaches, including Pear Tree Point Beach, Baker Park, Weed Beach and Cherry Lawn Park. It also has a number of private membership golf, boating and yachting clubs. Many residents own boats and yachts and dock them along the coastline for use in the warmer months. The city has a number of yearly events, including the Hindley Happening Fair in May, the Summer Annual Sidewalk Sale and the Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival in the fall. It was the setting for Richard Yates' famous novel-turned-movie Revolutionary Road, as well as the Meryl Streep film, Hope Springs.

Proximity to New York City has no doubt increased the appeal of this little Connecticut town. Business folks who tire of the fast pace of the city often end up buying property out in Connecticut to live in part-time or full-time.

Living in Darien
+

Darien offers a very high quality of life, with its beautiful beaches, seaside views and picturesque small-town charms. It has a number of public parks and beaches, including Pear Tree Point Beach, Baker Park, Weed Beach and Cherry Lawn Park. It also has a number of private membership golf, boating and yachting clubs. Many residents own boats and yachts and dock them along the coastline for use in the warmer months. The city has a number of yearly events, including the Hindley Happening Fair in May, the Summer Annual Sidewalk Sale and the Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival in the fall. It was the setting for Richard Yates' famous novel-turned-movie Revolutionary Road, as well as the Meryl Streep film, Hope Springs.

Proximity to New York City has no doubt increased the appeal of this little Connecticut town. Business folks who tire of the fast pace of the city often end up buying property out in Connecticut to live in part-time or full-time.