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$324,000 2.84 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1960 sqft
42 Joshua Ln, Coventry, CT 06238 - Tolland County

2.84 acres Coventry, CT

Impeccable Lovingly Maintained Contemporary Cape! Many Newer Stunning Updates. A Beautifully Updated Kitchen with Quartz Counter tops, Stainless Appliances and a Mosaic Back Splash. Updated Bathrooms with Custom Vanities, Quartz Counter tops and Beautiful Tile work. Fireplace with Marble Surround in Living Room. Gorgeous Brazilian Cherry Floors Throughout. Large First Floor Master Bedroom Suite with Walk In Closet. Additional Spacious Bedrooms with Recently Remodeled Large Sunny Bathroom! Second Floor Bonus Loft/Office Area. Fireplace with Marble Surround. Garage Door Openers with Walkout Lower Level. Nicely Landscaped on a Private Quiet Wooded Lot with a Babbling Brook all in a Neighborhood Setting. Deck Overlooking Private Yard. Move Righ
$109,000 1.87 acres
230 Hannah Ln, Coventry, CT 06238 - Tolland County

1.87 acres Coventry, CT

LAST CHANCE TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME IN LIBERTY CROFT ESTATES! 230 Hannah Lane is the last building lot available in this quiet cul-de-sac neighborhood. Only 24 lots total on over 140 acres with 75 acres dedicated to open space. In Liberty Croft you will enjoy the privacy and tranquility of country living while still being close to UCONN or Hartford for work, school, entertainment and the arts. This approved building lot is 1.87 acres with a level building site and is lightly wooded. Coventry is a rural community rich with history. Coventry offers a variety of restaurants, golf courses, antique stores, small businesses, equestrian farms, agriculture, hiking trails, parks and more. Enjoy a Sunday afternoon at the famous Coventry Farmer's M
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$38,000 1.59 acres
657 Swamp Rd, Coventry, CT 06238 - Tolland County

1.59 acres Coventry, CT

This Wooded Lot had been Approved in 1991. It is a Pretty Wooded Flat Lot in a Quiet Location. It is in a GR80 zone. It is currently considered a non conforming lot. All testing would need to be redone and it would have to be re approved to meet up to current codes and approvals.