APPROVED NEW DEVELOPMENT

The property is located on South Main Street in Middletown, Connecticut between the Talcott Ridge Subdivision and the Royal Oak Park Subdivision.

The property has approval for a 31 lot cluster development (see plan below). The property consists of 73.161 acres in Middletown with an attached 10.498 acres in Durham. Total property size is 83.659 acres. The property requires well and septic and has been approved for underground utilities.

The 31 lot cluster development also includes plans for a three phase development (also below). If homes are constructed on lots 18, 19, 20, 22 & 25 on the front portion of the lots, a pump system will be required to move the septic effluent to the leaching area. If the homes are placed on the rear of these lots, leaching areas have already been approved in the front of the lots. The plans show the homes on the front of these lots. Hillside views are seen from most of the lots with some lots having views of the Hartford skyline.

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Middletown, CT



Middletown, the hub of Middlesex County, is located on the Connecticut River, with easy access to major highways, airports, railroads and other modes of transportation. Originally a busy sailing port and then an industrial center, it is now largely residential with its downtown serving as a popular retail, dining, and entertainment district proximal to Wesleyan University. The National Trust for Historic Preservation selected Middletown, CT as one of five "Most Romantic Main Streets" in the nation. Cruise down the Connecticut River and savor New England.

Middletown is a great place for weekend adventures as it has seen a nice surge in culture and leisure activities. Bring your family to the vibrant Main Street-known for its international dining and one of kind shops. Visit the Kidcity Children’s Museum or an event at Harbor Park, a map of the festival grounds shows 19 different events taking place beside the Connecticut River, and one actually IN the river.

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