An Open House Where Location is Key! 52 Old Farm Road, Wilton, CT 06897 Sunday, March 19 from 11-1:30
There's so much character here in this 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath house! We invite you to see for yourself on Sunday, March 19 from 11-1:30 pm. Wear your boots so that you can explore the property and see just how close to Bradley Park you really are!
Bring your creative ideas as you walk through and imagine what living here could be. The kitchen is a wonderful, open space with plenty of potential.
Space to entertain and space to cozy up with a good book!
The bedrooms are all generously sized and the Master has an attached bath.
This house has great bones and there has been much love and laughter here through the years. There is wonderful potential for your family to grow here and love it too!
We'd love for you to see it for yourself on Sunday, March 19 from 11-1:30 pm. Or call Dagny Eason for a person tour at your convenience. Whether buying or selling, Dagny is happy to assist you!
52 Old Farm Road, Wilton, CT 06897
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Wilton has, by some estimates, more than 500 restored 18th- and 19th-century homes, although some old houses have been demolished. In 2005, Marilyn Gould—Wilton's second selectman and director of the Wilton Historical Society—told the New York Times, "People aren't taking down historic houses but the more modest homes that were built in the '50s and '60s," she said. "What that's doing is changing the affordability of the town and the demographic of the town. Wilton used to have a wide demographic of people who worked with their hands - artisans, builders, mechanics. Now its management and upper management." Between 1999 and 2005, the town's voters endorsed spending $23 million through municipal bonds to preserve land.
South Norwalk Electric and Water (SNEW) has a reservoir on the western side of town with about 350 acres (1.4 km2) of land (along with another 25 acres (100,000 m2) adjacent in New Canaan). In the fall, hunters with bows and arrows—no more than 10 at a time—are allowed to hunt deer on the Wilton property in order to keep down the number of deer in the area.
Wilton's town center contains several local restaurants, boutiques, retail stores, a Starbucks, a Stop & Shop, and a four-screen movie theater owned by Bow-Tie Cinemas. These stores were added around 2000 next to the old Wilton Center, which consists of the Wilton Library, the Wilton Post Office, a CVS/Pharmacy, the Old Post Office Square, and the Village Market. In the southern part of town, US 7 contains a commercial section.
Recent nature access developments in town include the expansion of the Norwalk River Valley Trail, a multi-use trail that is designed to eventually run between Norwalk and Danbury.
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