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Check out www.ctfarmforsale.com for full details!

This CT Farm For Sale is located in the “Quiet Corner” of Connecticut. The farm house was a new construction in 2006 and is in like-new condition. If you are looking for a horse farm for sale in CT, then this is the perfect place for you. This Connecticut farm for sale is situated on 42 acres of wooded dry land and horse pastures. This Connecticut Equestrian Farm has no wetlands with the exception of the hockey rink sized bass pond located right behind the horse barn and a small stream about 2,000 feet from the house. The stream is deep in the woods and serves as a border to the neighbors property. From the second you pull down the long 600 foot private driveway and enter the seclusion of this equestrian estate, you will be taken away by the sights and sounds of the wildlife. You get all of this while being only 5 minutes away from Wal-mart, Stop and Shop, Tractor Supply, and much more that downtown Putnam, Connecticut has to offer.







 

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It's lovely, and the price for that much acreage in CT is great. Property taxes though, yowza!

My 5 acre farmette here in VA runs me about $520 a year in property taxes.
 

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Mine is $197 with a 17 stall barn on the 26 acres with 2 1/2 homes. I could do a great deal with your years' taxes.
 

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If you qualify to be designated as a farm here in CT it reduces your taxes by a lot but just keeping horses doesn't do that
 

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The town of Putnam, CT has the lowest Tax Rate (Mill Rate) in the state of CT. But CT is probably one of the highest tax rates in the nations! Just to throw it out there and let everyone know, if you know anyone looking for a property in CT, I am willing to pay anyone (real estate agent or not) a 3% commission if you can find a buyer for this property. That is $12,000+ just for telling your friends. Share on your social networks. There is a page on the website CT Equestrian Real Estate Agents | CT Farm For Sale where you can get all the info and have access to the share buttons to make it easier!
 

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Forgot to mention, you can place this property in a farm classification and save about $1500/yr off the taxes. The only stipulation is that if you own the property for less than 10 years, the difference in the tax will need to be paid back to the Town.
 
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