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The entrance from Taunton Hill road would never let on the beautiful meadow that awaits after walking through the woods over some rolling hills. Although no trails take you out to the northly most section of this property it does continue out to Plum Tree Road. To the west the property will take you in and out of Bethel.
James & Helen Brunot (1970), Joan Moore Southworth (1978) and Aubret Justis (1979) Acres Owned by NFA: 76 (1 of which is in Bethel)
Facts and Trivia
This parcel abuts 75 Acres the Town of Bethel acquired to preserve as open space.
James Brunot is know for having produced the board game Scrabble and manufactured the wooden pieces locally.
124 Taunton Hill Road & 31 Plumtrees Road, Newtown, CT 06470
Parking and Access:
Currently there is a parking area on Taunton Hill Road for several cars.
This preserve is open to passive recreational activities.
Please leave no evidence of your visit.
Open Sunrise to Sunset.
Pets must remain on a leash; please clean up after your pets.