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The Glen Elsinore Mansion is one of the largest and most intriguing antique mansions in Connecticut. Built in 1911, as a summer cottage, by Mrs. Mary Vinton Clark of Boston MA, the Glen Elsinore is a resemblance of what one might see on the famous Cliff Walk in Newport RI. Glen Elsinore, along with it's rich history, is tucked away in the beautiful setting of rural Pomfret, and conveniently located 1:20 from Boston, 2 1/2 hours from New York and 50 min from Providence RI. Although it was built as a private residence, the Glen Elsinore holds a business use permit as a bed and breakfast, country club, country inn, corporate offices, or corporate retreat. Other possibilities would be an assisted living facility or rehabilitation center with town approval. You will love the carved wooden staircase and gorgeous hand crafted moldings. This is your chance to own a piece of the gilded age, and the jewel of Northeast CT! Reach out today for more information, don't wait until it is gone!

Property Details

72642626
2020
Tudor,Antique
Windham
479,595
1911
CR Premier Properties

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Schools

Elementary School

Pomfret

Middle School

Pomfret

High School

Woodstock Acdmy

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