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30 Mount Pleasant RD Newtown, CT
30 Mount Pleasant Rd, Newtown, CT 06470
Accepting offers this week. are you interested in owning a piece of newtown's history? can you handle significant repair work? are you patient? then this might be for you. this is a very special antique with large rooms on the first floor, 5 bedrooms with 3 full baths on the 2nd floor, and 2 additional rooms on the unheated 3rd level. there are repairs needed and this is offered in "as is" condition only. email or call for information about the repairs needed. owner cannot make any repairs. bring a flashlight! 7' ceilings on 1st, 6'2" to 6'6" ceilings on 2nd. this is a short-sale by an experienced short-sale team. cash buyers or rehab loan only. will not qualify for conventional financing. see addendum for offer submission guidelines.



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