The Stratfield community of Fairfield is a unique area with varying architecture and well-established traditional neighborhoods. Charming colonies built in the 1920s—1940s nestled throughout interlocking and walkable neighborhoods with a network of sidewalks and modest price point make this a desirable area.
The community is located from Morehouse Highway to Park Avenue and from Jefferson Street to Villa Avenue. Stratfield has its own association known as the Stratfield Village Association www.stratfieldvillageassociation.org that works to protect and preserve the character and neighborhood fabric of Stratfield Village by creating connections between neighbors. Stratfield has its own Volunteer fire department and quaint village center known as “Four-Corners”.
Located within the Stratfield community are many wonderful amenities for families. Owen Fish Park offers playgrounds, walking trails, baseball field, tennis courts, picnic areas and the American Legion Hall which is available to rent for events. For the golf lovers, Fairfield Wheeler www.fairchildwheelergolf.com offers the public two 18-hole golf courses and Brooklawn Country Club offers golf at their 18-hole course, as well as tennis and swimming.
Stratfield is home to Unquowa School www.unquowa.org, a private Pre-k through 8th grade school focused on student independence and creativity. The community also houses Sacred Heart University www.sacredheart.edu, a private Roman Catholic college offering 80 degree programs on over 350 acres.
With easy access to Black Rock Turnpike shopping center, Merrit Parkway and other commuting routes, the special Stratfield Village Association is an excellent choice for those looking for true neighborhood living. Go to my Neighborhood section to find out more about other areas of Fairfield.