The DeWaters House circa 1830 was built on Governors Corner, Pennoyer and Crest, named for the place where important matters were discussed and shared. Captain DeWaters owned 2 oyster sloops which seemed grand at the time. The house has been owned by only 3 families. The current owners lined the garden beds with oysters to commemorate the houses history. They have spent 22 years renovating the house, the barn and raising their family. Filled with color and an artist's flair, this unique property was editorially featured in Modern Farmhouse Style Magazine. Known as the best trick or treat block in Rowayton, children share backyards, skateboards, a shout out to yesteryear when it took a village to raise a family. The house is walking distance to the farmers market, Shakespeare on the Sound, concerts and yoga in Pinkney Park. Walk to the village for last minute groceries, a bottle of wine or a cup of coffee. The train station a 1/2 a mile away. The best sledding hill a heartbeat away. Sit on the wrap around porch and watch the sunset or stargaze from the balcony. Visiting friends and family can have the luxury of staying in the updated barn with full bath. The DeWaters house encapsulates all that Rowayton has to offer. A place to create, love and grow.