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In the lea of a picturesque landscape lies the historic and monumental Hillandale Farm. Located on over 500 acres of lush, fertile land in Brooklyn, CT, this property is brimming with historic New England charm including rolling hay fields, unhindered views of the Quinebaug Valley, and stoned-lined pastures. The abundance of land brings many opportunities for farming and harvesting, including the possibility of an orchard or winery. Sixteen parcels make up the farmstead, including an 18th century farmhouse on 499 Wolf Den Road with original hardwood floors, multiple fireplaces, a five bay detached garage, a greenhouse, and a garden. This property was once home to The Golden Lamb Buttery, an upscale post and beam restaurant that was also famous as a popular wedding venue. With close proximity to New York City and Boston, the possibilities for this timeless farmland are endless.

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Listed by Mantas Laureckis and Tim J Bray of William Pitt Sotheby's Int'l

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