2 acres in Fairfield County, Connecticut
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2 acres in Fairfield County, Connecticut

1100 Banks North Road, Fairfield , Connecticut 06824 - Fairfield County
$1,400,000 2 Acres
6 beds 9 Bathrooms, 2 ½ Bathrooms 6961 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6292375


Fantastic opportunity to complete the renovation of this classic, yet modern Connecticut home. 90% complete with a terrific layout designed with today's open concept living in mind. Plenty of private space as well as entertainment areas. A perfect balance of traditional lines with today's modern elements. Beautiful touches throughout; coffered ceilings, crown moulding and high ceilings. 6 bedrooms, all with private bathrooms and large closets. Exquisite master suite with sitting room, private balcony, 2 enormous walk-in closets and lavish bath. Recreation room over the 3 car garage and detailed library with private bath and balcony, ideal for a home office. 1st floor bedroom, perfect for guests or au pair. 2 stairways to upper level, and walk out lower level with many options - playroom, home theater, wine room and workshop. Investor ready to turn it over to a buyer who would like to customize and finish to their particular style and taste. Fantastic location, minutes to Patterson Country Club, downtown Westport and Fairfield, multiple train stations and schools.


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