This $1.65M 93-Acre Spread Offers Both a Home and a Career Change
Easily the season’s most, well, seasonal listing is called Devon Point Farm, a 93-acre-spread in Woodstock, in Connecticut’s “quiet corner” along the Massachusetts border. It offers both a home and a career change—60 of those acres are classified for various agricultural businesses, including an orchard with on-site sweet and hard cider production facility (a “cidery,” in the parlance), dairy and beef cattle, a farm stand and even a pick-your-own pumpkin patch. The business is also licensed as a bakery and for food service, should the desire to open a patisserie appeal. Byron Lazine of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has the $1,650,000 listing, which represents the transfer of real estate only—not the actual farm-based businesses.
3,698 sq. ft.
Contact: Byron Lazine at William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, williampitt.com
The charming farmhouse on the property is quintessential New England.
The gourmet kitchen features an island for casual dining.
A stone fireplace anchors the living room.
A peek at one of the four bedrooms.