135 Harbor Road

Westport, CT 06880

Offered at $7,895,000 Sold for $8,500,000

5 Beds
5 Full, 2 Half Baths
5,100 sq ft
Lot 0.34 acres
Year Built: 2022
135 Harbor Road, Westport, CT 06880

The Crown Jewel of Saugatuck Island: Contemporary New Construction Masterpiece.

Art and life blend together at this stunning contemporary new construction masterpiece settled along the shores of Saugatuck Island in Westport, Connecticut… Rare opportunity to live in a moving picture. Heated pool, dock, private beach, lush lawns and rooftop terrace all share in sensational water views.

Enter the main living area from the Savaria panoramic glass elevator and experience breathtaking vistas through floor to ceiling windows. Open floor plan and transparent railings on outdoor patios and decks make for unobstructed views throughout the 5,000+ square foot interior.

Absolutely striking state-of-the-art gourmet chef’s kitchen featuring illuminated waterfall Cristallo Quartzite double islands, custom epoxy painted glass and aluminum frame cabinetry, Miele and Thermador appliances including 3 ovens and seperate full-sized Thermador refrigerator and freezer.

Primary Bedroom Suite leaves nothing to be desired with fireplace, private Juliet balcony, acrylic freestanding tub with romantic suspended ceiling fill overlooking water views, steam shower with rain head, custom lighting and sound, fully fitted custom closets and soundproof sitting room.

Complete with 4 Double Bedrooms not including primary with option for office, four car garage, ground level gym / spa area and 1450+/- square foot rooftop terrace with option to fit out full kitchen and jacuzzi.

Located in a well protected enclave of the Long Island Sound and built to withstand the ocean elements with a virtually maintenance free exterior, enjoy all the best of waterfront living with reassurance. Close to yacht clubs with tennis, beaches, kayaking and more.

A true crown jewel, showcasing the masterful blend of architecture and nature.


Heated Waterfront Pool
Dock 5FT Depth @ Low Tide
Private Beach
Front and Rear Yards
Zinc Coated Copper Roof
Steel Frame Construction
Polished Concrete Deck
Custom Outdoor Lighting
Concrete Foundation
Pool 9 Feet @ Deep End
Pool Shotcrete Foundation
Diamond Brite Pool Finish
Floor to Ceiling Windows
European White Oak Floors
Radiant Heated Floors
Lutron Lighting Control System
Panoramic Glass Elevator
Directional Light Fixtures
Leon Custom Doors
Honeywell Secturity System
Composite Fiber Walls
Epoxy Painted Glass Cabinets
Thermador Refridgerator
Thermador Freezer
Cortizo Window Walls
Illuminated Cristallo Islands
Miele Steam Oven
Thermador Gas Cooktop
Miele Coffee Machine
Prep Chef's Kitchenette
Custom Bar
Bar Inlet Mood Lighting
Leathered Black Bar Countertop
Thermador Wine Chiller
Venetian Plaster Walls
Porcelanosa Bath Tiles
Custom Motion Lit Mirrors
Anti-Fog Mirror Technology
Bluetooth LED Lighting
Separate Laundry Rooom
2 Washers
2 Dryers
Custom Italian Wood Dressers
Glass Railing Decks Balconies
Luxury Primary Suite
Primary Suite Fireplace
Walk in Custom Closets
Leathered Jewelry Drawers
Stone Top Counters
Calcutta Gold Marble Finishes
Separate Steam Shower
Rain Head Shower
Custom Lighting in Shower
Cristallo Quartzite Shower
Cristallo Quartize Vanity
Acrylic Blue Tub
Suspended Ceiling Tub Fill
Kohler Shower Speaker System
Porcelanosa Marble Finishes
1450 SF+/- Rooftop Deck
Rooftop Wired Surround Sound
Bison Rooftop Decking
Option for Kitchen on Rooftop
Option for Jacuzzi on Rooftop
Powder Rm Blue Bahia Wall


Saugatuck Island: An Exclusive Westport Enclave

A History of Saugatuck Island

Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the Army Corps of Engineers cut a canal between what is now Canal Road and Spriteview Avenue in order to provide a faster and safer route for Westport’s onion farmers to transport their goods to the harbor in Norwalk. Thus, Saugatuck Island - then known as “Greater Marsh Shores at Saugatuck, Connecticut” - was formed. Decades later, the canal was closed up at its southern end and a bridge was installed at the northern end in order to provide access to the “Island”… and residential development began.
Starting in the mid-1920s the area was included within the larger “Saugatuck Shores at Saugatuck, Connecticut” designation, an area that encompasses not only Saugatuck Island but virtually all the property extending out from Harbor Road east of Duck Pond Road. Still generally thought of as part of Saugatuck Shores, Saugatuck Island - the property east of Canal Road - has been a separate homeowners community association (corporation) since the 1950s and a special taxing district since 1984. In 2008, the corporation was dissolved leaving the taxing district as the sole governance structure and owner of common assets. The taxing district, which was established to facilitate fund collection for the maintenance of roadways and other common properties, is managed by a nine member Board of Directors in accordance with Connecticut Statutes and an updated Ordinance adopted in September 2020 (available to residents in the “Residents” section).   
The Island’s population of about 400 has been fairly steady since the 1980s, having grown from just a few families circa 1950; but its diversity has been steady, running the gamut from singles to young families to empty nesters to retirees. Over the years residents have maintained a high degree of social interaction with Island-wide July fourth events - like jamborees and parades - and winter holiday get-togethers having been staples for many decades.  These activities have been supplemented over the years by organized beach events, imaginative flotillas, Texas barbecues, and parent and child beach camp-outs…even dinner shows with resident-performed song and dance performances. Saugatuck Island car stickers, license plates and tee shirts still surface on occasion.       
Residents have also banded together to engage in just causes. One of the more notable of these occurred in the mid-1960s when United Illuminating proposed building a nuclear power plant on Cockenoe Island…just a few hundred yards from Saugatuck Island. Due to much opposition from Saugatuck Island residents, and the community in general, the proposal was defeated in 1967 and Cockenoe Island is now a recreational area for all to enjoy. The area between Saugatuck and Cockenoe Islands is currently one of the finest clamming beds in Connecticut.
In addition to its hundred plus residences, Saugatuck Island is home to two private clubs.  Cedar Point Yacht Club is one of the East Coast’s most recognized yacht racing clubs with over 500 members and seven classes of racing fleets. Established by a group of Westport area yachtsmen in 1887, and named after a point of land at the entrance to the Saugatuck River, it maintains active racing and instructional programs as well as being a social venue for its members. Incorporated in 1934, the Club built and moved to its current facility on the northeast section of Saugatuck Island in 1966. A second club, The Saugatuck Shores Club, was established in 1946 by a group of area residents as a beach and tennis facility; it has been in its current location at the southeast corner of the Island (“Seymour Point”) since 1950.  
On the Saugatuck Island (see map, inside back cover) there are ten “roadways” - including unimproved rights-of-way - on the Island. These comprise three east-west roads (Harbor Road, Cross Way and Cockenoe Drive), six north-south roads (Spriteview Avenue, Island Way, Marine Avenue, Sea Spray Road, Sandpiper Road and Bluff Point), and one right-of-way that has both an east-west and a north-south component (Cavanagh Avenue).
Until 1965 - before Cedar Point Yacht Club moved to Saugatuck Island – the area north of Cross Way and east of a line extending north from Sandpiper Road did not exist. Construction of the Yacht Club was made possible by taking landfill from what is now the boat basin north of Cross Way and moving it to create the current northeast arm centered on Bluff Point. Bluff Point and the eastern portion of Cross Way, starting at the midpoint of Sandpiper Road, are owned by Cedar Point Yacht Club.  The remainder of the “roadways” are the property of the Saugatuck Island Special Taxing District. - Via Saugatuck Island Association

Map & Nearby Places

135 Harbor Road
Westport, CT 06880
5 Bed | 5 Full, 2 Half Baths

Request Info


Your message was sent.
We'll be in touch soon.

Ryan Serhant

Real Estate Broker
Photo of Ryan Serhant

Danielle Malloy

Managing Broker
Photo of Danielle Malloy

Jessica Lane

Licensed Real Estate Advisor
Photo of Jessica Lane
Mobile: 203-979-8356