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FAIRFIELD — It’s not simply the flowers which have woke up this Spring. Birds are on the wing; constructing nests, incubating eggs and getting ready to fledge hatchlings when they’re able to take flight.

The present house owners of the grey shingle Garrison colonial home at 2745 Burr St. get pleasure from watching all kinds of birds of their yard. Moreover, this home is positioned inside strolling distance to the Connecticut Audubon Society simply down the road on Burr Avenue, an actual benefit for fowl lovers and nature lovers on the whole. This Audubon middle has instructional packages, displays, particular occasions, and mountaineering trails at its adjoining Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary.




There are different benefits to proudly owning this property of simply over two acres within the Greenfield Hill neighborhood. It has a indifferent visitor home which is a authorized rental and “gives earnings that effectively exceeds the annual taxes on the property,” in response to the itemizing agent. There’s additionally an in-ground swimming pool, and no want to exchange the asphalt roof for a number of many years since that was simply accomplished in 2016.

A fieldstone wall traces the entrance of the property and stone pillars topped with lanterns mark the doorway to the round driveway. Ample parking is out there within the driveway and in entrance of the indifferent three-car storage. An extended crimson brick path results in the entrance entrance. The entrance door has an arched glass pane and is flanked by sidelights.

Inside, the home has 12 rooms and 4,215-square-feet of dwelling area, which has been up to date because it was inbuilt 1968. From the lobby there are bi-fold doorways on reverse partitions that entry the formal front room to the left and the formal eating room to the suitable. Within the sizable front-to-back front room there’s a crimson brick fire and on each side of it there are built-in bookshelves and cupboards. The eating room has wainscoting on the decrease partitions and built-in higher and decrease cupboards with underneath cupboard lighting, and a nook china cupboard.

Within the eat-in kitchen, there’s a middle island with a breakfast bar for 2, three stainless sinks, ornamental ceramic tile backsplash depicting meals and animals, glass-front cabinetry, a skylight, and counters of white ceramic tile. The high-end home equipment embrace a Sub-Zero fridge and a Gaggenau vary prime. Within the eat-in space there are French doorways to the sizable two-tiered wooden deck, bluestone patio, yard and pool.


Extra Data

ABOUT THIS HOUSE

TYPE: Garrison Colonial

ADDRESS: 2745 Burr St.

PRICE: $995,000

NUMBER OF ROOMS: 12

FEATURES: 2.02-acre stage parcel, visitor home/authorized rental, Gunite in-ground swimming pool, bluestone patio, wooden deck, backyard, professionally landscaped, generator, storm home windows, new asphalt roof in 2016, three fireplaces, proximity to the Connecticut Audubon Society and the Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary, skylights, zoned pure fuel warmth, indifferent three-car storage, pull-down attic stairs, full unfinished basement, 4 bedrooms, three full and one half baths

SCHOOLS: Burr Elementary, Tomlinson Center, Fairfield Warde Excessive

ASSESSMENT: $704,620

TAX RATE: 25.82 mills

TAXES: $18,193


An extended hallway leads from the kitchen to the big household room and alongside the best way there’s a laundry room and an workplace or den with a floor-to-ceiling antiqued brick fire. From the corridor there are three steps down into the household room the place there’s one other fire – additionally of antiqued brick, a built-in window seat and bookshelves, French doorways to the deck and one other door to the patio.

On the second ground there are 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and its bathtub has a double self-importance and bathe with a white ceramic subway tile backsplash.

Outdoors, the breezeway leads from the principle home to the visitor home, which has front room, bed room, an eat-in kitchen, and full bathtub. In the lounge there was a wall of floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. Within the bed room there’s a door to a screened porch. The porch has a door to the yard.


For extra info or to arrange an appointment to see the home, contact Karin Keith of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties at 203-258-2590 or karinkeith@bhhsne.com.

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