North Stonington Land for Sale

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6 Properties:

$575,000
Clarks Falls Road North Stonington CT 06359  |  New London County
15.8 acres
Clarks Falls Road, North StoningtonMore Detail +
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NAI Elite Admin , NAI Elite, LLC
Development Property ?? Frontage on I-95 ?? 42,700 ADT ?? State Line Commercial Area ?? Located at Exit 91 off I-95
$2,250,000
137 Norwich Westerly Road North Stonington CT 06359  |  New London County
158 acres
137 Norwich-Westerly, North Stonington CTMore Detail +
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NAI Elite Admin , NAI Elite, LLC
New England Style Master Planned Community Development 158 acres of Land in a Special New England Village Special Design District Mixed use Development with commercial, retail, medical and residentia...
$950,000
183 Providence New London Turnpike North Stonington CT 06359  |  New London County
8.8 acres
183 Providence-New London Turnpike, N.StoningtonMore Detail +
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NAI Elite Admin , NAI Elite, LLC
8.8 /- Acres Commercial Development Land Outstanding location on Route 2 and I-84, One mile from I-95 Build to Suit your needs Business park setting
$400,000
300 Wyassup Road North Stonington CT 06359  |  New London County
46 acres
300 Wyassup Rd, North Stonington, CTMore Detail +
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NAI Elite Admin , NAI Elite, LLC
46.35 /- Acre Parcel Residential Development Site Opportunity in North Stonington Area of beautiful homes Over 2,000 Feet of frontage Large mostly cleared site
$5,500,000
Clark Falls Road North Stonington CT 06359  |  New London County
70.15 acres
70 Acres Clark Falls Rd & I-95More Detail +
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Ron Lyman , Lyman Real Estate Brokerage & Development
70.15 Acres at exit 93 off of I-95 at Clarks Falls Rd. 4.41 acres of this is in Rhode Island.

North Stonington, CT Land Info

Connecticut is one of the smallest farming states in the nation. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $391 million to the state's economy, or less than one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 45th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 29 percent of Connecticut's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 71 percent comes from crops. Connecticut is largely a suburban, white-collar state with limited farming operations. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 2,451 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 508,652 acres (or the equivalent of 14 percent of the total state land area).

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