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Custom designed home & barn on over 9 private acre

9.5 acres
42 Lover Lane Killingworth CT 06419  |  Middlesex County
Equestrian lovers take note of this 9 acre sprawling estate w/exquisite, custom designed home & climate controlled custom designed 53x38 2000 sf barn for the horse/animal owner who knows what they wa...
Eileen Boulay, William Pitt Sothebys Intl Realty
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Prime Sharon Farmland

187.33 acres
Former Paley Farm - Millerton Road, Sharon, CT Sharon CT 06069  |  Litchfield County
This Connecticut Land for Sale was panoramic views and 187 acres of prime Sharon CT farmland. Land drops on the West to a wooded area that would make a beautiful building site subject to approval by D...
Scott Morris, Elyse Harney Real Estate LLC
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13 Barstow Road Canterbury CT 06331  |  Windham County
28.9 acres
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Equine Homes Real Estate, LLC , Judith Fallon
Fantastic equestrian property offering many opportunities! Over 28 acres of fenced pastures, paddocks, private pond and trails. Gorgeous 10 stall heated barn. Horse barn has wash stall and private tac...
1339 Trumbull HIGHWAY LEBANON CT 06249  |  New London County
114.8 acres
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Latasha Eaddy , Eaddy Associates Realty Group
Have you been looking for a large piece of land? Well look no further you've found it! 114 /- acres of beautiful open space, this is the largest piece of land available on the market in Lebanon. SUBDI...
199 Curtis ROAD BRIDGEWATER CT 06752  |  Litchfield County
138.11 acres
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The Laemmerhirt Group , Keller Williams Realty
A rare opportunity for developers, investors, builders or individuals who are looking for an exquisite large Litchfield Hills property to build a few luxury estates, up to 19 upscale homes, or an eque...

Connecticut 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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