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Liz Bacon

Liz Bacon

Licensed in Connecticut
Darien Office


Tel: (203) 656-6514
Cell: (203) 856-2913

Liz Bacon

Liz has been highly engaged in the business of buying and selling residential real estate in lower Fairfield County since 2002. As both a sales executive and licensed real estate agent in the Darien and Rowayton markets, she has facilitated hundreds of real estate transactions.

Her approach to business is straightforward: operate with the highest degree of integrity, provide exceptional client service, utilize powerful information and marketing technology to provide remarkable results.

Liz’s business takes her from Greenwich to Westport, New Canaan, Rowayton and, of course, her hometown of Darien. Positioned in the center of the Gold Coast with a 55-minute train ride to Manhattan, a school system that consistently ranks among the top in CT, stunning waterfront and a vibrant downtown, Darien is a destination for sophisticated buyers looking to invest wisely and live well.

With a strong commitment to the Darien community, Liz is a member of Darien’s RTM serving on the Planning Zoning committees, is an active member of St. Luke’s Church Altar Guild and Community Supper program. Additionally, she currently serves on the Darien Town Building Committee and Blight Committee.

Prior to her career in real estate, Liz worked for News Corp as a publishing executive in a variety of senior editorial and marketing positions, including Managing Editor of TV Guide magazine.

Liz and her husband, Ned Lewis, live in Darien where they raised their two daughters Kate and Caroline Lewis.

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Current Listings

Past Closings

The following are selected closed transactions in which Liz Bacon represented the buyer, the seller, or both:


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