The Grasmere neighborhood is an attractive option for young and first time home buyers, as well as investors, as it has the lowest and most affordable home prices in Fairfield. Located in the eastern part of Fairfield, borders the Black Rock area of Bridgeport and surrounding I-95, the Grasmere neighborhood is a unique area with an urban feel comprised of capes, multi-family homes, capes, apartment complexes and town house developments.
The Fairfield Metro train station https://fairfieldct.org/fairfieldmetrostation is in the heart of the Grasmere neighborhood making it a commuters dream to New Haven, Stamford, and New York City. Kings Highway offers retail stores and shopping centers including Whole Foods, Home Depot and an array of shopping options. Another advantage of this neighborhood is its walkability to many of its amenities including those on Fairfield Avenue with lively restaurants, bars, and small shops.
The Grasmere neighborhood is home to Gould Manor Park with playgrounds, baseball fields, fishing and skating in the winter.
Walkable neighborhoods, easy access to I-95 and Metro North train station, and several shopping options make this neighborhood a smart choice for commuters, investors and buyers looking for convienence.