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This Classic Connecticut Farmhouse located off a scenic country road with pond, meadows, old barn, is a picture of New England charm. This circa 1884 home is easy to love and live in thanks to recent updating done without losing it's character. Enjoy a formal living room with FPL,exposed beams, vaulted ceiling, wood floor or relax in a very comfortable family room - perfect for kicking back . All major cooks will love the kitchen with a Viking stove, an island with a second oven and a sweet eat in area near a large bay window over looking the lawn and gardens. There is also access to a covered porch perfect for entertaining during 3 seasons.The formal dining room features a FPL, wood floors. Upstairs a master suite with full bath and two other guest bedrooms that share a bath. There is a studio / guest room also on the second floor with a full bath below. Harmony prevails here with plenty of storage, lots of natural light inside and mature landscaping outside. Turn key condition makes this an outstanding country offering often sought but seldom found! This property is just minutes to a clean town lake and two "foodie" towns with excellent markets, restaurants and farm stands. Close to area private schools.

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Listed by Karen Casey of William Pitt Sotheby's Int'l Realty

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