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EASTON — The equestrian property at 426 Judd Road blends the hominess of a farmhouse with a host of modern updates on a site abutting the natural beauty and miles of trails of Aspetuck Land Trust.
It’s “a unique combination of charming 1930s architecture with walls of stone and interesting rooms, a chic updated kitchen and bathrooms with large living spaces and many options for private spaces,” said listing agent Susan Leone, of Higgins Group. “All this in an alluring setting with a pond and barn for horses or other animals with direct access to 45 acres of walking and riding trails.”