CHESHIRE — A home for sale in the southern part of town bordering Naugatuck State Forest offers a year-round private getaway for $499,000.
The more than 4,500 square-foot home at 175 Mountain Brook Drive includes four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, on nearly two acres of private wooded area with three views of an on-site lake, park and Naugatuck State Forest.
The property has a private walking trail with direct access to the lake, beach and gazebo. A wrap around deck on the main level allows homeowners and their guests to enjoy nature during any season. An open house is set for Sunday from noon to 2 p.m.
“It is definitely unique,” said listing agent Jessica Danard. “The original owner was extremely meticulous. It is a great property.”
The home is part of a homeowners’ association and annual fees include lake/beach access and snow removal. The home is set back from the road by a long driveway and a privacy fence can be added as well as upgrades to the interior if desired.
The open kitchen has been remodeled and includes cherry wood handcrafted cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, center island, wet bar, cooler and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The kitchen opens to a bright sunroom.
The living and dining rooms feature parquet wood floors and French doors to add character. There is a gas log fireplace surrounded by marble in the living room.
The main level master suite boasts a vaulted wood ceiling, dressing room with triple closets, full bath and private deck. The master bath features a hydro tub, stall shower and skylights. The half-bath and laundry room are in proximity to the family room, which also includes a fireplace and two built-ins. The second level provides privacy for weekend guests or family with two bedrooms each with a full bath and ample closet space.
The finished lower level adds a fourth bedroom, full bath, exercise room and large family/rec room ideal for a pool table and game console set up.
For more information contact Danard at (203) 215-4180.
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