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96 Great Ring RD Newtown, CT
96 Great Ring Rd, Newtown, CT 06482
This very special home was built by josiah botsford circa 1826 and has remained in the family until now. for the first time in its history this vintage home is available for sale. features include 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths,2 parlors, 2 covered porches, a walk up floored attic & a family room. electrical service upgraded to 200 amps. it is sited on 2.18 usable level acres and has recently had extensive landscaping upgrades. large, fenced-in gardening area is ideal for vegetables or flowers. the well is 3 years old and a new driveway was installed. the freshly painted interior and exterior and the newly refinished wide board oak flooring on the 2nd floor makes this a "move right in" home with charm unobtainable in today's construction.



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