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Single FamilyFor Sale
$764,900
373 Newton Road
Woodbridge, CT 06525
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MLS: SmartMLS
6Beds
3Full1Half Baths
4,058Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$4,048/mo

Round Hill Farm features 8.1 acres. Once part of the 120-acre working farm that contained all the land on Round Hill, the property features a meandering brook that can be heard from throughout the property. It is crisscrossed by several stonewalls and surrounded with 100-year-old maple trees. The circa 1775 colonial is an exceptionally well-preserved example of the late colonial style. Known as the Captain Stephen Sanford House, the house was owned by several generations of the Russell-Whitlock Families, after it was purchased in the 1890’s by Thomas Hubbard Russell, one of the founders of Grace New Haven Hospital-later Yale New Haven Hospital for use as a summer home. The house passed through several generations and was most recently the home of Reverdy and Martha Whitlock. Main Residence has wide plank flooring, 5 charming fireplaces, lg kitchen, possible 1st fl br for in-laws. Upstairs, 4 more brs and walk-up attic. A once in a lifetime opportunity! ~new roof-2016, ~new well-2018, ~ext. painting 2015, ~int. painting 2012,2021. Includes cottage home known as 375 Newton Rd. rents for $1750 p/m plus util., and 377 Newton Rd., a separate 2 acre building lot that must be sold as a package with 373 Newton Rd.. The 6 acres at 373 Newton Rd. could be split again creating another building lot. Would be a great family compound or simply have your tenant pay your mortgage. Great opportunity for equestrian enthusiast, builders, flippers, or those looking for country escape.

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