132 Curtiss, Warren, Connecticut, 06777

132 Curtiss
Warren CT 06777

Property

Ownership: Single Family
Type: single-family
Bedrooms: 3 BR
Bathrooms: 4
Pets: Pets Unknown
Area: 3372 sq ft

Financials

Price: $10,000,000
Annual Taxes: $11,772
Nest Seekers International at J House, 1114 E Putnam Ave, Riverside, CT 06878
Courtesy of Pels Matthews of William Raveis Real Estate

Description

Step back in time at Lost Acre Farm to one of the last great opportunities to own over 100 acres of unencumbered land overlooking Lake Waramaug, CT’s most beautiful and protected lake. The property is located at one of the highest spots in the area and along a dead end road abutting state land and major estates. The 3 bedroom existing main house has exquisite southwestern lake views, terraces, gardens, mature fruit/specimen trees, multiple guest houses, large equestrian barn, pool with pool house and a pond with waterfall. The 3 charming guest cottages can be restored for living while the main house undergoes renovation or you build anew. The total acreage is 114.64 acres currently divided into 4 parcels. Further subdivision and conservation potential is possible as there is significant road frontage. Percolation testing would need to be done by buyers. Under 2 hours to NYC. 10 minutes to chic village centers of New Preston, Washington, Kent, Litchfield, Warren. Access to Lake Waramaug at the Warren Town beach just a 2 minute drive down the street. Nearby country clubs offer golf, beach and tennis. 20 minutes to Mohawk Mountain for skiing. Taxes reflect all 4 parcels, much of land in PA 490.

Amenities

  • Barn
  • Cabana
  • Dishwasher
  • Elementary School - Warren
  • Fruit Trees
  • Guest House
  • Gutters
  • High School - Wamogo Regional
  • Intermediate School -
  • Oven/Range
  • Paddock
  • Refrigerator
  • Stone Wall
  • Terrace
  • Wall Unit

Neighborhood

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Step back in time at Lost Acre Farm to one of the last great opportunities to own over 100 acres of unencumbered land overlooking Lake Waramaug, CT s most beautiful ...

Description

Step back in time at Lost Acre Farm to one of the last great opportunities to own over 100 acres of unencumbered land overlooking Lake Waramaug, CT’s most beautiful and protected lake. The property is located at one of the highest spots in the area and along a dead end road abutting state land and major estates. The 3 bedroom existing main house has exquisite southwestern lake views, terraces, gardens, mature fruit/specimen trees, multiple guest houses, large equestrian barn, pool with pool house and a pond with waterfall. The 3 charming guest cottages can be restored for living while the main house undergoes renovation or you build anew. The total acreage is 114.64 acres currently divided into 4 parcels. Further subdivision and conservation potential is possible as there is significant road frontage. Percolation testing would need to be done by buyers. Under 2 hours to NYC. 10 minutes to chic village centers of New Preston, Washington, Kent, Litchfield, Warren. Access to Lake Waramaug at the Warren Town beach just a 2 minute drive down the street. Nearby country clubs offer golf, beach and tennis. 20 minutes to Mohawk Mountain for skiing. Taxes reflect all 4 parcels, much of land in PA 490.

Amenities

  • Barn
  • Cabana
  • Dishwasher
  • Elementary School - Warren
  • Fruit Trees
  • Guest House
  • Gutters
  • High School - Wamogo Regional
  • Intermediate School -
  • Oven/Range
  • Paddock
  • Refrigerator
  • Stone Wall
  • Terrace
  • Wall Unit

Neighborhood

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