Fairfield County’s best kept secret

Developed in the early 70’s, with a deepwater harbor and up to 40 ft boat slips for all 104 homes, Dolphin Cove has evolved into the most desirable community on the water between New York City and Boston. With a community owned Club Area, featuring two pools with Cabana, two beaches, tennis court and a Pavilion for hosting family parties for up to 200 people, Dolphin Cove Club has one the largest and most beautiful waterside Club Grounds in the region.


Club membership, Roads and Community shared cost are just $1650 per year, what some Co-Op or Condo communities charge monthly. With a strong Design Review Committee, homes are styled in the early American period of the late 18th and early 19th century, creating tasteful and beautifully landscaped environment.


The Dolphin Cove Yacht Club charges boat owners just $30/ft or $900 per year for a 30 foot power or sailboat in a slip. The all time best kept secret however, is that “ at dead low tide” a sailboat with a 7 foot draft can navigate anywhere throughout the harbor, the Lagoon and the Cut leading to the open waters of the Long Island Sound. The reason for this unique feature is that the waterways are all man made and no rivers run into it to silt-up the bottom of the harbor, minimizing dredging requirements. Many social events, both on and off the water, create a friendly and supportive atmosphere, reminiscent of village life.


Just minutes from Old Greenwich and downtown Stamford, Dolphin cove offers the best of both worlds. Come see why living in Dolphin Cove is so special and why homes in this community have held their value better than any comparable area in the North East.


Paradise within reach.

Homes in Dolphin Cove are priced between $1.5 and $3.6 mil. and 90% of all properties are direct waterfront, with magnificent views of Long Island Sound, Old Greenwich coast line, Stamford Harbor and Dolphin Cove Lagoon. For more information, contact Emile de Neree, Realtor with Coldwell Banker Previews International in Greenwich, Ct, (914) 572-4526 or 

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