An Amazing treasure of a property on Cul-De-Sac -
Income Units, Rare in Wilton !
See these Multiple Units! You could live in one unit and rent other two units Or rent them all. This property brings great value for your money! A True Gem in Wilton.
Unit A has its own well equipped kitchen, newly painted multiple rooms and living room completed with nice deck and private yard . You can look out the large windows from every room to appreciate scenic beauty around the property.
Unit B has its own kitchen, open bright living room with dining area and sliders out to deck where you will be captured by colorful treed scenery. It has two large bedrooms which are filled with natural light.
Unit C sits on level land and opens with great vistas and fresh air!
If offers multiple garages where all unit tenants' cars can be parked.
Newer roof on all buildings, new septic, new well, freshly painted interior and exterior 4 years ago. Beautifully maintained by current owner.
Multi family property is the best investment as you own a collection of rental properties.
Amazing Value, Newly listed, Priced to sell,
It won't last long!
21 Richdale Drive, Wilton, CT 06897
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Modern facilities include elementary schools Miller-Driscoll School (pre-K–2) and Cider Mill School (3–5). There is one middle school named Middlebrook School (6–8) and one high school named Wilton High School, which features accelerated classes for gifted students, music and visual arts courses, and a well-appointed resource center. An innovative language laboratory encourages foreign language studies, including French, German, Spanish, and Latin; they are one of the only towns in the country that still offers Classical Greek. The town of Wilton has 4,151 students who attend pre-K through 12th grade in the four schools. The second elementary school (Cider Mill School) teaches 3rd through 5th grade. (Previously, Cider Mill shared 3rd grade classes with Miller-Driscoll due to construction on the school buildings.) The two elementary schools have class sizes ranging from 18 to 22 and a 19 to 1 student/teacher ratio. The middle school (Middlebrook) is for grades 6–8 and features interdisciplinary instruction teams in languages and science, mathematics, social studies, computers, art, and gifted student instruction. Class sizes range from 20 to 25 students with a student/teacher ratio of 13 to 1. In the past five years, over 91% of Wilton High School graduates have gone on to colleges and universities. The mean SAT scores at Wilton High School are 584 verbal and 598 math. The schools are supported by an active PTA organization. Wilton's sports teams have won many FCIAC and state titles, and many individuals have been recognized on those levels as well.
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