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Incredible opportunity in the heart of Litchfield County - 248 acres of rolling forestland abutting Kent Land Trust's 263-acre East Kent Hamlet Nature Preserve as well as 336 acres of Connecticut's Wyantenock State Forest. The property includes multiple potential building sites with some enjoying expansive & permanently protected western views. A long portion of unimproved town road (.67 of a mile) runs to the heart of the property creating potential development and/or conservation benefit opportunities. The birthplace of noted abolitionist Rev. Charles Finney, the Father of Modern Revivalism and 2nd President of Oberlin College, the land is highlighted by miles of stonewalls, a small pond, and a rambling network of wood roads. A wonderfully secluded spot close to Lake Waramaug and the villages of New Preston and Kent.

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Listed by Stephen Pener of William Pitt Sotheby's Int'l

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