EASTON, Conn. -- Sitting on over 3 acres in Easton and neighboring the historic Aspetuck Village, 401 Black Rock Road offers luxury living in a picture perfect setting.
This colonial was built in 1992 and includes six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, covers over 4,000 sq. ft. of living space and offers unparalleled privacy. The property is listed at $899,000 by Melanie Smith of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.
Located near Aspetuck Village, which is the oldest district in Easton, 401 Black Rock Road offers tranquil living with a bit of history. The district gets its name from the Aspetuck Indians, who lived along the river during the 17th century, before eventually selling the land to English settlers for cloth, wheat and maize. Years later, Hellen Keller moved to a house in Aspetuck Village, often walking through the neighborhood, using a fence running along the Aspetuck River as a guide.
Today, Aspetuck Village includes homes that date back as far as 1750, and is still home to a farming community that hasn't seen much change over the years. The village was also included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Homeowners of 401 Black Rock Road can enjoy the nature surrounding them or play a round of golf at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club, located just minutes from the property. The beautifully landscaped yard also includes an inground pool and terrace, overlooking wooded Easton.
A retreat in one of Easton's most sought-after locations, 401 Black Rock Road is a short distance from the downtown shopping district and minutes from schools. For more information about 401 Black Rock Road, click here.