FAIRFIELD — The architect and builder of the Georgian colonial house at 111 Golden Pond Lane clearly had the golden touch. This 8,279-square-foot house has a dozen well-proportioned, well-appointed rooms that combine elegance and comfort.
Every detail of the house was thoughtfully designed and implemented, starting with its perfect positioning on a prime level lot of just over two acres on a quiet cul-de-sac in Greenfield Hill. The house is within walking distance to two protected conservation areas and the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church — site of the enormously popular Dogwood Festival each spring. It is only a short drive from downtown Fairfield and the train station, as well as shops and restaurants along Black Rock Turnpike.