FAIRFIELD — Looks can be deceiving. The property at 33 Old Academy Road has a large gray barn that is visible from Burr Street and the 2.16-acre level grounds appear, at first glance, to be farmland or an equestrian property.
Perhaps, it could be used for agricultural purposes, but as it is currently set up this property is definitely for recreation, entertaining and comfortable living. It has a sophisticated colonial house and amenities within its 11 rooms and 4,146 square feet of living space. The house was original built in 1941 in the Lower Greenfield Hill neighborhood within easy commuting distance of the downtown train station, and shopping and restaurants on Black Rock Turnpike and on the Post Road (Route 1), both just about five minutes away.