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Rare find! 10 acre residential lot, approval in place for a single family home with perk and deep hole testing for a 4 bedroom septic. This treed lot offers plenty of privacy for your dream home yet it's convenient location within the award wining Amity School District offers easy access to Westville Village, Downtown New Haven, Yale, University of New Haven, Southern CT State University, hospitals, restaurants, shopping and highways.

Address: 72 Park Lane
State: CT
City: Woodbridge
County: New Haven
Zip Code: 06525
MLS#: 170083112
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Taxes: $5,689

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  • WaterFront Description:Not Applicable
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  • Pool:No
  • Utilities:Electric Available,Phone Available,Cable Available
  • Lot Description:Treed
  • Lot Size:None
  • Sewer:Septic Required
  • Road:Municipal Street,Paved Road

Community Details

  • HOA: $0/mo
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  • Misc:Lots and Land For Sale

Rental Information

  • Rental Income:$0
  • Rental Number:0
  • Directions:Rte 243 (Fountain St/Ansonia Rd) to Park Lane

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Property Information Last Updated: 8/20/2019 4:47:09 PM
Property Listed By Coldwell Banker Res Brokerage


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