FAIRFIELD — Visitors to the colonial townhouse at 63 Southport Green will cross the threshold and feel as if they just stepped into the pages of a high-end architectural or home décor magazine.

This end unit sits in a cul-de-sac in the Southport Green complex just steps from the Delamar Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel in the Southport section.

Understated elegance is the hallmark of this 4,017-square-foot townhouse, which has 10 rooms and three levels of living space. The architectural and design elements combine to create a fresh take on tradition.

It is one of 24 townhouses in the complex, which is only blocks from Southport Village and Southport Harbor. Also within an easy walk is the Southport train station and Pequot Library. Commuters, take note: In addition to the train, Interstate 95 and Post Road (Route 1) are nearby.

This white house with dark green shutters was built in 2006 and includes custom details including open bookcases, sophisticated millwork and bold colors.

The covered front entrance, with sidelights and transom, opens to the long center hall. To the right is a sitting room with grass cloth wallcovering and French doors that close it off from the foyer.

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ABOUT THIS HOUSE

TYPE: Colonial townhouse

ADDRESS: 63 Southport Green

PRICE: $1,350,000

NUMBER OF ROOMS: 10

FEATURES: water community; end unit; easy walk to Southport Village and the train station, Southport Harbor and Pequot Yacht Club; convenient access to Post Road (Route 1) restaurants and shops; patio; perennial garden; located in a cul-de-sac; detached two-car garage with loft storage; Thermopane insulated windows; one fireplace; exterior lighting; sprinkler system; attic; four bedrooms; three full and one half baths

SCHOOLS: Mill Hill Elementary, Roger Ludlowe Middle, Fairfield Ludlowe High

ASSESSMENT: $912,940

TAX RATE: 25.45 mills

TAXES: $23,234

HOMEOWNERS

ASSOCIATION FEE: $851

To the left is the formal living room, which has a fireplace. The family room has a coffered ceiling, bay window and French doors topped by a transom that provides access to a covered back porch, bluestone patio lined in Belgium block and the backyard.

The yard has attractive landscaping, including perennial plantings. The exterior of the property is maintained by the homeowners association.

Features in the farmhouse-style kitchen include a center island, granite counters, eat-in area, white ceramic subway tile backsplash, hardwood floor, a wall of built-in shelving, and a door to the porch, patio and yard.

High-end appliances include a Wolf six-burner range, wall ovens and Sub-Zero refrigerator hidden behind paneling that matches the cabinetry.

On the second floor the master bedroom suite has his and her walk-in closets and a marble bath with double vanity, jetted tub and separate shower. There are three more bedrooms on this level, although one is used as an office. It has a wall of built-in bookshelves.

The third floor has wall-to-wall carpeting. During improvements made by the current owner, one of the two rooms on this floor was converted to a bedroom.

It has a vaulted ceiling and French doors that separate it from a media room. There is also a long alcove that accommodates fitness equipment. Other recent improvements include the re-staining of all the hardwood floors, the addition of built-in shelves in the kitchen and second- floor office, and high-end painting on the walls and some ceilings throughout the house.

The detached two-car garage has loft storage space.

For more information or to set up an appointment to see the house, contact Jude Re of Halstead Property at 203-221-0666 or jre@halstead.com.