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2.90 Acres Of Land For Sale In Enfield, Connecticut
75 OLIVER ROAD
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Approved 2.90 acre building lot in R-44 Zone. Beautiful country setting yet close to neighborhood, schools, shopping, bike path etc. Hazardville Water and town sewers available from Post Office Road. Abuts open space land on westerly boundary. Easy access to I-91 in southern Enfield. Use your own plans, your own builder. Build you dream home here. A wetlands permit will be required prior to requesting a building permit.
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