Mention “Southport” and most people think of the charming, historically designated Village of Southport with views across Southport Harbor to Sasco Hill Beach and the golf course. Southport, part of Fairfield, CT, has its own zip code and stretches across the Post Road to the northern boundary of Hulls Farm Road and the western boundary of Bronson Road, home of the Dogwood Festival in Spring.
Southport Village has its own library, delightful shops and antique stores as well as restaurants, a boutique hotel and the Southport Train Station.
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