Rowayton

Welcome to Rowayton

Rowayton is a 1.4-square-mile coastal village located in the city of Norwalk and home to a close-knit beach community that enjoys seaside living, outdoor recreation, and ease of access to New York City. A strong sense of community is prevalent in Rowyaton, with an emphasis on local traditions and care for the village.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Darien, Norwalk

Nearby Transportation

Metro-North Railroad (Rowayton)

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Homes of Rowayton Connecticut (1)
Homes of Rowayton Connecticut (2)
Homes of Rowayton Connecticut (3)
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Homes of Rowayton Connecticut (5)

Homes

Once a fishing village, Rowayton boasts well-maintained Cape Cod-style homes and bungalows as well as Victorian and colonial-style homes, some dating back to the 19th century.

Listings in the Area

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22 Craw Avenue, Rowayton, Connecticut - 3 Bedrooms  
2.5 Bathrooms  
6 Rooms - Previous PhotoNext Photo1 of 39
22 Craw Avenue
$2,250,000
Rowayton
3 BR  |  2.5 BA  |  6 RM
Nancy Dauk  (203) 656-6501
143 Rowayton Avenue C, Rowayton, Connecticut - 4 Bedrooms  
4.5 Bathrooms  
9 Rooms - Previous PhotoNext Photo1 of 35
143 Rowayton Avenue, C
$4,950,000
Rowayton
4 BR  |  4.5 BA  |  9 RM
Nancy Dauk  (203) 656-6501
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Rowayton has New England Charm: beautiful capes and colonials, old mixed with new, and sprawling manicured properties.
- Breda Casey, Real Estate Agent

The Lifestyle

Truly a coastal community, Rowayton offers a a serene lifestyle. Here, neighbors greet each other, locals enjoy the natural beauty, and community members remain committed to the traditions and culture of the village.

Streets of Rowayton
Streets of Rowayton

We love the coastal living lifestyle that Rowayton offers. You can see the water every day yet be a quick ride into the city to get your metropolitan fix!
- Breda Casey, Real Estate Agent

Rowayton’s vibe is casual, yet vibrant with something to offer for everyone! Shakespeare on the Sound in Pinkney Park, the Weekly Farmers’ Market and the River Ramble. I definitely wouldn’t miss the Annual Memorial Day Parade with vigorous participation by all age groups!
- Nancy Dauk, Real Estate Agent

Pinkney Park
Pinkney Park
Pinkney Park is the picturesque backdrop for Historic Rowayton's headquarters. Set on a point of land jutting into the Five Mile River, the Seeley-Dibble-Pinkney House has been redecorated and furnished to keep with a prosperous farm home of the period 1850-1890.
Roton Point
Roton Point

Outdoors

There is an endless array of outdoor recreational destinations and activities in Rowayton. Bell Island Bridge is a favorite, and The Norwalk Land Trust's preserved lands—including Farm Creek Nature Preserve—offer plenty of options.

Surrounded by water on three sides, Rowayton is a haven for sailors, motor boaters and kayakers of all ages, as well as runners and walkers who nourish both body and soul with the varied and ample water views. A popular spot is the Farm Creek Nature Preserve with gently swaying grasses, walking trails filled with an abundance of indigenous wildlife and benches to enjoy all that a salt water tidal marsh has to offer. Rowayton’s picturesque coastline has been a source of inspiration for centuries and the seascape has been featured in many famous paintings.
- Nancy Dauk, Real Estate Agent

Cultural Attractions / Landmarks

The Rowayton Art Center and Pinckney Park offer cultural programming for locals, while Norwalk institutions like the Maritime Aquarium, Stepping Stones Museum for Children, and the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion are nearby.

Rowayton Arts Center
Rowayton Arts Center
'The Rowayton Art Center is a beautiful space in town that is open to the public, displaying local works of art and offering classes.” – Jennifer Farnum
Bell Island Bridge
Bell Island Bridge
A popular spot for photos and fishing.
Rowayton Seafood
Rowayton Seafood
Sitting on the Five Mile River, Rowayton Seafood is a family-run historic seafood market and restaurant operated by longtime fishermen.
Rowayton Pizza
Rowayton Pizza
The family-run restaurant was founded by Matthew Criscuolo and his brothers, all of whom hailed directly from Amalfi, Italy.
Sails American Grill
Sails American Grill
Fresh seafood and craft cocktails are served at this nautical-themed restaurant.

Dining

A range of dining options is available in Rowayton, with fresh seafood being a highlight. Rowayton Seafood is a favorite of residents, alongisde staples like Brendan's 101 and Rowayton Pizza.

Nightlife

Sails American Grill offers a lively bar and live music on the weekends, while nearby O'Neill's Irish Pub, B.J. Ryan's, and Troupe429 offer congenial atmospheres and entertainment.

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Rowayton Market
Rowayton Market
One of the oldest markets in Connecticut, Rowayton Market offers fine prepared meals, artisanal meats and cheeses, baked goods, flowers, and more.
Seaside Delights
Seaside Delights
The gift shop sells quality, Rowayton-themed clothing, accessories, art, and decorations.
Chou Chou
Chou Chou
A chic boutique with an extensive collection of clothing, swimwear, shoes, and more from top brands and designers.

Shopping

Rowayton’s downtown features a number of locally run shops and merchants, keeping with the area’s relaxed village feel. Rowayton Market is one of the oldest continuously running markets in Connecticut and Seaside Delights is a go-to for local wares and unique gifts.

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