Connecticut offers every type of property from country estates to downtown high rises and everything in between. Perhaps some of its prettiest properties though are waterfront. From grand estates to chic retreats, we’ve curated our favorite waterfront properties on the market now in Stamford, CT.

If you would like more information on any of these, please do not hesitate to reach out:

80 Davenport Drive


This home has 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, .48 acres and is perfect for fishing right in your own backyard. Or, build a dock and sail away. What we love about this property the most is its location. It is equally close to Old Greenwich, downtown Stamford as well as Harbor Point. All of these locations are great for fine dining, shopping, entertainment and everything else you need. We love being able to get to Le Fat Poodle in Old Greenwich in minutes for dinner or to Harlan Social in Harbor Point for drinks.

64 Wallacks Drive


This is not only one of our favorite waterfront properties, it is simply one of our favorite properties on the market now in Stamford! The property has 1.35 acres, a 3 bedroom, two bath guest house as well as a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath contemporary, main house that sits directly on the water. In fact, we’ve never seen a house this close to the water, which gives it an incredible feel. The property is also located in Wallacks Point, which is one of the best kept secrets in Stamford: a private, gated, waterfront community that has been and is home to people and families such as William F. Buckley, the Morgan’s and the Vanderbilt’s too.

But not only is this a cool property, the numbers are great too. At its current asking price, this property is asking the second least per square foot of waterfront properties currently on the market and the lowest price per acre by millions of dollars.

2285 Shippan Avenue


What we love most about this home is its old-world charm, as well as stunning views of Long Island Sound. It has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, almost 6,500 square feet and .6 acres, which is rather large for waterfront properties in Stamford. The home was originally built in 1900 and best of all, the main house does not require flood insurance.