37&39 Aunt Park Lane, Newtown, CT

Offered at $ 1,895,000

26 Mount Nebo Rd,
Newtown CT

Offered at $2,195,000- New Price

1140 Main St N
Southbury, CT

Offered at $829,000-New Price

  • 4,638 SqFt

  • 4 Bed

  • 3.5 Bath

  • 22.33 Acres

Fox Ridge Farm Nestled in the southern part of Newtown this 22.3 acre horse farm consists of two parcels. An equestrian's dream of rolling hills and open meadows with access to riding trails leading to Hattertown Pond. Stately atop the hillside sits the 4600 sq ft main house with three bedrooms, in law suite and nanny quarters. The in law can be easily converted back to a first floor master suite. The nanny quarters is off the side entrance near the kitchen and has it's own private entrance in back. The combination 18 paddocks, 5 run-ins, 15 stall barn with tack room, hay loft, wash stall with on demand hot water, spring fed pond, 100x200 indoor arena and an outdoor 100x200 riding ring are sure to delight the horse lovers. No need to trailer your horses to riding trails!

  •  4,704 SqFt

  • 6 Bed

  • 4.5 Bath

  • 32.67 Acres

Windover Farm, a quintessential property that dreams are made of. Part of the old Botsford family farm along with it's century old silo was an important part of agriculture in Newtown. The beautiful 1879 six bedroom home has been meticulously restored by the current owners who desired to retain the charm of the period architecture. A rare tile silo sits next to an extensive antique four story bank barn with ground access to all levels and three good size horse stalls. There are eight flat fields encompassing about 20 acres, with water and electricity supplied to four of the fields, and a further dozen or so acres of woodlands with mature sugar maple trees and, of course, a sugar shack. Another large structure, the former milking barn, has a 1400 square foot insulated/heated/cooled space for a workshop or studio. If you are looking for your 33 acre piece of heaven on earth, this is it.

  • 3,283 SqFt

  • 5 Bed

  • 3.5 Bath

  • 4.25 Acres


Said to be built in 1782 by David Stiles and located in the Southbury Historic District No.1. The manicured grounds have multiple barns in which one was marked by the Historic Barns of Connecticut Preservation. Stiles Brook runs along the southern border of the parcel. The waterpower was used in the 1800s by the settlers of White Oak. The pond is overgrown but has a possibility of being cleaned out. Some original wide board wood floors can be found throughout the main level and parts of the second. Oversized rooms and high ceilings will delight the antique lover. Plenty of level backyard space for gardening, games and grilling. Driveway comes off a quiet cul-de-sac street, great for an evening walk. Just a short distance to the library, shopping, schools and parks. Commuters will like the easy access to I84! Southbury is part of the Region 15 School District and the only town in the US with it's name.