Homebuyers have many reasons to move to Westport and Weston: Schools. Long Island Sound. Culture. Proximity to the city. “Libraries” are not on the list. But once folks arrive, they quickly realize that their new towns boast two of the finest suburban libraries in the country.
They are handsome. They provide a range of services and programs, for people of all ages. They even have books. Twenty-first century libraries have moved far away from the sssshhhh! model.
Today’s libraries are vibrant, active places, filled with creative people doing intriguing things. And you won’t find more variety and activity anywhere than here.
Right now, the Westport Library is in the final phase of an 18-month “Transformation Project.” When it’s completed in June, the already beloved library will be truly astounding.
A flexible “Forum” in the Great Hall is the centerpiece of the renovation. The tiered grandstand – think of the very cool structure in Times Square – can be reconfigured for any of the more than 1,700 programs presented each year. Art, movies, music, dance, food, authors – you name it, the Westport Library does it. Now, they’ll do it even better.
Westport was one of the first libraries anywhere with a MakerSpace. That hub of creativity will soon be even better. A nearby HackerSpace – filled with the latest technology – will have its own entrance, and be open 24/7. (You never know when inspiration will strike!)
Reimagined children’s and teens’ spaces, an expanded café with outdoor terrace, and many more meeting rooms are in the final stages.
The exterior is as compelling as what’s inside. The Westport Library has always featured stunning views. But the Transformation takes even greater advantage of its riverside location, with new entrances and areas luring users to relax and hang out.
Westport’s downtown is undergoing a major renaissance. The library – just steps away – is an important anchor. Check it out. You’ll add it to your list of reasons to love your new home.
The Weston Library, on Norfield Road near the town center, is smaller, but no less dynamic.
Boasting the latest technology, a crack staff and a welcoming vibe, it’s a true community resource. Compelling programs draw Westonites here seven days a week.
A recent $5 million gift from Dan Offutt will help his beloved Weston Library deliver even more services to its many dedicated users. A new, modern 2-story wing will enable expanded programs in arts, technology and exhibitions, along with 3D printers, robotics, a recording booth and exhibition area.
You may come to this area for education, water, golf or theater. But you’ll discover our libraries. They’ll draw you in – and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them.
To learn more about how KMS Partners can help you buy a home in either town, call us at 203.2954375 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org