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Reproduction Style Colonial with enormous potential! First time on market. Hardwood throughout. LR w french tiled fireplace, formal DR with bay window and window seat, den/studio/office on main floor just off foyer. The paneled Family Room w floor to ceiling brick FP and built-ins leads out to large deck and private lawn - possible pool location. The deck also leads back to a skylite Sunroom which connects the eat-in Kitchen with the 2 car garage. A loft room w separate entrance is just waiting to be finished above the garage. The unfinished basement features walk-out sliders. This warm and comfortable home is move-in and ready to update w your own ideas and at your leisure. The prime Redding cul-de-sac location is just off Umpawaug Road and minutes from two train stations to Merritt Seven ofc complex, Stamford and NYC. This central Redding location is also minutes to the Danbury Fair Mall, the award winning Redding schools, New Pond Farm and the Redding Country Club and also close to the Main streets of Bethel, Ridgefield and the Village of Georgetown; all with banks, dry cleaners, pharmacies, grocery shopping and many fine restaurant choices.

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Listed by Sharon Hoverman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Listing Sold by Neumann Real Estate

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