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Beautiful property with spectacular views of the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound. This 1875 Victorian home includes 124 acres of land. Steeped in folklore, this home and the expansive land surrounding it was originally purchased in 1926 as farmland, which provided the gravel to fill in Boston's Inner Harbor and helped supply water to old steam engines. Now, nearly a century later and cradled between Route 9 and I-95, it is a "Developer's Dream".....either commercial or residential. The many unique features this property offer's include views of the CT. River and a 20 acre lake with a beach and restrooms. Additional adjacent land also available. Extensive due diligence completed by seller's.

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Listed by Matthew Merritt of William Pitt Sotheby's Int'l

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