For Sale $1,499,000 - Contemporary
Top Location! Chic modern with heated pool and stunning views of Lake Waramaug. Walk to the beach, stroll to the Hopkins Inn or enjoy your own fantastic party hosting friends and family on the large flat lawn and huge wraparound deck. This recently renovated home is offered furnished and turnkey with 4-bedroom, 3.5 bathrooms, open floor plan and tons of natural light. Additionally, this home offers oak floors throughout, two stone fireplaces, zoned air conditioning with variable speed control, SONOS sound system and integrated security system. The kitchen features beautiful maple cabinetry, concrete farm sink and views of the lake. Located on a very peaceful dead-end road with no major roads nearby. Enjoy the sound of silence and the beauty of the lake.
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About the town of Warren, Connecticut
Warren, a bucolic Litchfield County town, has long been a haven for residents seeking quiet and solitude amid a setting of rural beauty. It became a separate town in 1786 after splitting away from Kent, and was named in honor of the Revolutionary War hero Joseph Warren, who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill. Warren is adjacent to the larger towns of Washington and Kent. Residents enjoy boating and other water sports as well as the public tennis courts and town beach at Lake Waramaug. The scenic lake is nestled among surrounding hills, and along its edge are grand homes, lakeside cottages, several inns and a vineyard overlooking the water. Lake Waramaug is the second largest natural lake in Connecticut, covering 672 acres. Warren also has a small state park in Above All State Park, which offers unrivaled views of the surrounding countryside.
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