The the antique colonial house at 1 Compo Beach Road sits across from Westport’s historic Minute Man statue.
More than two centuries later the residents of the Compo Beach neighborhood have that landmark as a constant reminder of the cost of freedom, and they are able to pay tribute to those whose fight gave them the life they are able to lead today. This waterfront community provides its residents a wealth of leisure and recreation, including athletic and entertaining venues and casually elegant living spaces.
This white house with black shutters was built in 1845, only 78 years after the local Minute Men fought with British troops returning to their ships after raiding Danbury.
The house, which sits on a 0.63-acre level property is only about a three-minute walk from Compo Beach, Ned Dimes Marina and Longshore Club Park, the latter of which has a number of amenities including an 18-hole golf course, flagship restaurant, tennis courts, swimming pool, marina and sailing school.