Connecticut Waterfront for Sale

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15 Properties:

$1,495,000

Fox Hollow Farm

67 acres
164 Belden Street Falls Village CT 06031  |  Litchfield County
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A private drive leads you to this former Hunting Lodge Estate that has been impeccably restored and expanded for country living and entertaining. Situated on 67 private acres with a groomed one mile t...
Scott Morris, Elyse Harney Real Estate LLC
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$2,900,000

Pond Hill Pond

114.47 acres
Greenwoods Road East Norfolk, CT East Norfolk CT 06058  |  Litchfield County
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114.47 acres with 5 acre pond. Easy access to town water and sewer. High ridge land with 1420’ elevation. Distant views to the East and West. No bedrock ledge anywhere near surface. One of the highest...
Scott Morris, Elyse Harney Real Estate LLC
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$669,900

27 Kennerson

159 acres
27 Kennerson Reservoir Rd Ashford CT 06278  |  Windham County
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159 acres, 3,000' of waterfront on 82 acre Halls Pond, a State Bass Management Lake with only 6 houses on it. This property is most of the western shore while the abutting State Forest land owns all o...
Dennis Duga, Northeast Realty
$369,000
59 Burrows Hill Rd. Hebron CT 06231-1204  |  Tolland County
15.94 acres
Beautiful and Private Home with frontage on PondMore Detail +
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Janet M. Swider , Keller Williams Realty
59 Burrows Hill Rd Nature lovers beware, you will not want to leave this serene setting with all that this home has to offer. Beautiful panoramic views from the front porch, all the way to the octag...

Connecticut Land Info

There’s no denying the lifestyle appeal of waterfront living, with the prospect of immediate water access, sunset views and secluded locations polishing the allure of life by the lake, ocean or riverway. Waterfront land can come with a hefty price tag depending on the location—ocean-view locales in California and Florida spring to mind—but can also offer the promise of escape in new regions where more affordable lakefront communities are under development, such as in towns clustered along the shorelines of the Great Lakes in the north. Whether you are looking for a second-home investment property or a full-time residence, these waterfront properties can get you closer to living the dream.

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