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Use your imagination! Acreage lovers, investors and developers need to look at this property. Begin with a convenient location between Hartford and Norwich. Dream of an equestrian estate with hilltop views and roughly 56 acres. The existing homestead can be a primary home or could serve as secondary accommodations for the farm. We can see a dream come true in a vineyard, estate and converting the farmhouse to an adorable wine tasting venue. Soil data indicates Charlton and Canton with multiple variations on sun exposure. Elevations roll to about 450'. Have you thought of creating a farming estate in addition to a possible 8 to 30+ building lot development? The Town of Andover included this property in a 2016 economic development study with a potential of over 30 building lots. Create your estate and develop the rest. The existing home has character and is a charming colonial built in 1900. There is also a barn for horses or llamas, your choice! There are many possibilities for added home features such as a 3rd bedroom or second bathroom. The acreage abuts the Hop River Rail Trail which extends 20+ miles and includes Bingham Hill overlooking the Congregational Church. There are just endless possibilities!

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Listed by Katherine Marcia of Real Living Rlty Prof., LLC

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