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This 19-Bedroom Compound in Stamford is the Most Expensive Sale in the City’s History

For Brown Harris Stevens Connecticut Agent Jennifer Runnette, persistence and tenacity were key when it came to selling 18 Wallacks Drive—a sprawling compound known as Wallacks Point—amid Stamford's competitive real estate market. At $8.4 million, it is the highest home sales price in the city's history. The record was previously held by another BHS agent, Rob Johnson.

I think many of the buyers looking in Fairfield County right now are a bit frantic as buyer demand combined with the scarcity of inventory, which is unprecedented in Lower Fairfield County, has created an amazing sense of urgency and intensity in the market. — Jennifer Runnette

The main house, Fieldstone Manor, is situated on 6.5 acres of beautifully maintained grounds with direct access to the coastline. Its scenic views and pristine landscaping providing an unparalleled living experience.

The property also includes a two beachfront cottages. Combined with the main house, this amounts to a total of 19 bedrooms, 24 baths, and over 20,000 square feet of living space, making the property perfect for hosting and entertaining several guests at once.

Its thoughtful design continues inside, with large windows illuminating the home's timeless finishes and classic furnishings.

In a city with 54,000 homes and 129,000 residents, the sales record signifies Stamford's continued appeal and demand among buyers, which Runnette notes is "not likely to die down anytime soon." The area offers the perfect balance of picturesque, suburban estate living with ease of access to NYC and other vibrant areas of Connecticut.

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