Based out of Westport Connecticut, Michelle&Company specializes in homes for sale, waterfront homes, estates for sale, new homes, luxury homes and antique homes in all of Fairfield County, including Fairfield, Greenwich, Wilton, Weston and Norwalk. Always thinking outside the box, Michelle raises the standards for all in the industry and has been recognized by Forbes, NY Times and other publications as an innovative leader. Her unique marketing technique and innovative advertising, along with her uncompromising integrity, dedication to her clients, impeccable reputation for quality and results, has helped obtain top dollar for her clients in her 26 years and over 975 million dollars in real estate sales. She cares about her clients and the communication channels are clear. She works to win for you and her team of licensed professionals are dedicated to making your experience the best it can be!
Our Mission is to provide 'Excellence in Real Estate Services' to all of our customers and clients by conducting all of our business with the highest levels of professionalism, honesty and integrity. Our team approach is designed to use our combined knowledge, experience and skills to provide the expertise and service our customers and clients deserve. Our goal is to ensure a smooth process for our customers and clients in the purchase or sale of real estate. We accept all challenging and difficult situations related to real estate transactions as opportunities to use our professional skills. We find solutions that best achieve the real estate needs of our customers and clients. We look forward to listening to your housing needs, and helping you. Our goal is to make this experience as smooth, simple and stress free as possible.
See why Westport has best been described as cosmopolitan. This shorefront town, just 50 miles from Manhattan, offers excellent shopping, restaurants, a wealth of cultural and an abundant of recreational opportunities while maintaining the small-town ambiance that has attracted artist since the 1920's. Population approx. 25,749. Long Shore Country Club with it's 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, and pool is available to residents only, with no membership fee. Several private clubs, including two yacht clubs, offer sailing, golf, tennis, swimming, fishing and horseback riding. The Westport Country Playhouse, Westport Community Theater, the Levitt Pavilion, Shakespeare Theater, and Long Wharf Theater contribute to the town's cultural diversity. That may be the reason why Westport, Connecticut once an artists' colony, continues to attract residents from the arts, theater, publishing, fine arts and television, including a number of the very famous.
See what Fairfield has to offer as you become acquainted with this suburban coastal town, located north of the town of Westport, and just a 50 minute train ride from New York City. Along the eight miles of coastline you'll find four public beaches, and perched overlooking the harbor dotted with boats and the private sailing club, the quaint village of Southport . Inland, in the prestigious Green Field Hills neighborhood, you'll find why Fairfield is known as "the dogwood capital of the world" with it's 10,000 trees blooming each spring. Population approx 58,400. Fairfield is home to a great public school system, as well as Fairfield University & Sacred Heart University. It's rolling hills and picturesque New England countryside also features six golf courses, five year round clay tennis courts and plenty of activities such as fishing, hiking, swimming and boating. The quaint town center offers an array of fabulous restaurants, outdoor cafes and plenty of boutique shopping... It's all here! That's why so many people call it their home.
See what Weston has to offer as you become acquainted with this rural haven, dubbed by some, as Westport's scenic Backcountry and emerging from its quiet existence as the "new, new" place to live. Population approx. 10,000. Weston has mastered the art of blending small town living with a sophisticated edge. With strict two acre zoning and one of the largest nature conservancies in the state, Weston's beautiful landscape is sure to maintain its inherently woodsy character. Ranked Number One in education (Connecticut Magazine's Rating the towns, Nov 2004) and Number One ranking overall for all towns in Connecticut of its size, Weston residents are proud of the exceptional public education and recreation while still able to maintain it's rural character.
See why Wilton offers something for just about everyone...the wonderful school system for young families and the amenities and resources that appeal to a variety of tastes. Nestled in the Norwalk Valley, west of the town of Weston and only an hour from Grand Central, you'll find many commuters calling it home. Population approx. 17,333.
The transformation from a small farming town to a suburban residential community has been carefully controlled by zoning and through the preservation of the town's older colonels. The two acre zoning is conducive to privacy and while the town has all the amenities for today's lifestyle, it also values it antiquity. That may be why, in April 1995, Connecticut Magazine named Wilton the top overall town in its size group.
See what Norwalk has to offer as you become acquainted with this coastal city and it's country suburban neighborhoods. Located only forty miles northeast of New York City and bordering Darien, New Canaan, Westport and Wilton, Norwalk is home to many New York City commuters. Population approx. 83,000. Over the past ten years the community has undergone a revitalization that incorporates historical preservation and beautification, the creation of major office complexes, the improvement of Norwalk's extensive waterfront area, as well as the development of new retail, cultural and recreational offerings.
See what Ridgefield has to offer as you become acquainted with this a beautiful, colonial town located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains in central Fairfield County. It's handsome Main Street, stretches more than a mile and is lined with stately homes, museums, churches and shops. Population Approx 22,000. Connecticut Magazine regularly ranks Ridgefield highest in quality of life, based on its schools, low crime rate, and scope of services. Its school system is considered among the finest in a state known for fine schools. Even its dining is world-class; for nearly a century, the town has been famous for its excellent restaurants, from world-class country inns to modern bistros.
See why Easton is where many artists and musicians, actors and professionals call it their home. One of Fairfield County's most rural towns is rich in undeveloped open spaces, with roughly 40% of its land permanently preserved. Farms of all types abound, as do some wonderful vistas of aquifers and reservoirs, which are laced throughout the town. Population approx. 7272. Easton is similar in appearance to its sister community, Redding with which it shares some educational facilities. Strictly residential zoning, with 93% of properties on 3 acres or more, you'll find local shopping is primarily for fresh produce at several orchards and dairy farms sprinkled about. The nearby towns of Fairfield and Westport is where residents go to enjoy a variety of other shopping and entertainment opportunities.
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