Kennedy Real Estate Solutions
Kevin and Sharon Kennedy, Kennedy Real Estate SolutionsPhone: (860) 304-4433
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The Borough of Fenwick Located centrally between Manhattan and Boston, The Borough of Fenwick is a charming peninsula community with fronts on Long Island Sound, the mouth of the Connecticut River and South Cove in the historic town of Old Saybrook, Connecticut.

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Fenwick Amenities

  • Fenwick Golf Course
  • Tennis Courts
  • Fenwick Yacht Club
  • Private Sandy Beaches
  • Expansive Water Views
  • Sailing
  • Active Community
  • Wildlife, Birding, Marshes & Nature Abounds
  • Lynde Point Lighthouse (Inner Lighthouse)
  • Saybrook Breakers Lighthouse (Outer Lighthouse)


The Borough of Fenwick was created by a Special Act of the Connecticut Legislature in 1889. This tranquil enclave is known for

its shingle style architecture homes and cottages, its active summer

community and its’ most famous former resident, Katharine Hepburn.This quintessential summer and year-round retreat with its idyllic location and social community are part of that which creates the Fenwick Lifestyle. The Fenwick Golf Course meanders around exquisite homes, tennis course,

beaches and marshes. The pleasant environment provides opportunity for the naturalist to enjoy osprey, eagles, deer, wildflowers and a plethora of mother

earths delights. This is THE place to be! A majority of the Borough is protected by the Fenwick Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Across the causeway that crosses South Cove, lies the luxurious Saybrook Point Inn, Marina & Spa. This popular destination for locals and visitors to Old Saybrook features guest rooms, guest houses, excellent dining at the world class Fresh Salt restaurant, pampering at the Sanno Spa and a full-service marina.In the heart of downtown Old Saybrook, only a few short miles from Fenwick, sits the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Art Center (known locally simply as "The Kate”). Constructed in 1908 as the original Town Hall, the Kate now serves as a theater for an eclectic array of live performances.