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From various rooms in the home one can see the waterfall and rapids of Copper Mine Brook. The white noise of the flowing water is a soothing sound that can always be heard. True to the street name this property has many oak trees. The most magnificent oak is on the front lawn and is about 150 years old. These oaks produce acorns that feed black bear, turkey, grey squirrel, and wood duck. This was a custom built home that the owner spared no expense on making the home fit into the landscape. Many mighty oaks on the property were preserved and remain to this day on the sculpted grounds. Some noteworthy features are: one level living for those that do not use stairs, Steel I Beam support for the main level, corrosion free aluminum heating ductwork, quick recovery oil heated hot water, dry basement with no flooding, custom Beachwood kitchen cabinets, solid Cherry wood paneling in den, antique barn wood in recreation room, Pecky cypress paneled family room, Vermont slate flagstone flooring on porches and in basement, natural Bluestone walkways, solid oak flooring in the master bedroom, raised panel doors, wool carpets, and Andersen windows. Close to a horse farm, city park, and nature preserve. This home is being offered in as is condition.

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Listed by Derek Eisenberg of Continental Real Estate

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