The green colonial house at 261 Hemlock Hills Road South in Fairfield’s Greenfield Hill neighborhood sits on a 3.44-acre level and lightly wooded parcel.
“There is a real sense of community in this neighborhood. It’s very family-oriented. There is an email chain that includes over 50 families to share information and happenings. There’s an annual chili cook-off, pizza parties, Hemlock Harvesters gardening club, book clubs, Christmas cookie swaps, wreath-making, occasional adult-only cocktail parties and family get-togethers. We have made many friends in this neighborhood as have our kids,” according to one of the owners.
Those events may be on hold temporarily, but when the world is ready to safely get together again this house and its 3.44-acre property invite small, intimate gatherings as well as large-scale parties. This center hall colonial, which was built in 1979, boasts more than 4,700 square feet, of living space and entertaining space.