A Westport mixed-use property near the Fairfield line has sold in a deal worth more than $4 million.

Avison Young this week announced its local office arranged the $4.16 million sale of the property at 1835 Post Road East, which includes three buildings totaling about 10,700 square feet.

Built in 2001, the buildings were fully occupied. Tenants include Walpole Woodworkers, Fjord Fisheries and Shoreline Pharmacy, which recently signed a long-term lease for the front building.

It is the third recent acquisition Avison Young has arranged on behalf of the buyer, Blackshaw Hunchar. The new owner has appointed Avison Young as property manager for the assets, which feature a mix of retail, office and residential space. The seller was Green Farm Associates, represented in-house by Gary Bellard.

“This is a very attractive mixed-use complex with great visibility in one of Fairfield County’s most desirable retail markets,” said Alison Luisi, of Avison Young’s Capital Markets Group, who represented the buyer along with Cahill and Ted Stratigos from Avison Young’s Long Island office.

Westport has more than 10,000 households with a median income of nearly $155,000, more than twice the state average and nearly double that of Fairfield County as a whole, the state’s highest-earning county, according to Avison Young.

The property at 1835 Post Road East features modern retail and office space on a high-visibility corner location with traffic light next to Shake Shack and across from Stop & Shop, HomeGoods and Panera Bread. The 0.63-acre plot includes 34 parking spaces and is not far from exit 19 of Interstate 95.