A very special level,open lot in historic district! Bordered by a babbling brook, frontage with beautiful ancient stonewall with an iron gate and wooden fence openings, this lot is of considerable historical significance.Shortly after Norwich was settled in 1659, the parcel was purchased in 1668 adjacent to the home of John Bradford, son of William Bradford, the author of The Mayflower Compact. The lot offers raspberry bushes, black walnut trees, a magnolia tree, and several cords of seasoned firewood! Level,cleared,surveyed,city water & sewer. The ideal property for your special custom home!
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