This single-family home sits directly on Lake Pocotopaug in an area of large, upscale homes on Meek’s Point, a dead-end road on the lake’s eastern shore.
Built in 1947 but updated extensively in recent years, the home sits on about a third of an acre and has 100 feet of Connecticut’s largest natural lake.
The home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms in 2,318 square feet of space.
The property is listed at $775,000.
It includes an indoor pool, heated garage, central air conditioning and an in-ground sprinkler system.
It is offered by Prudential Connecticut Realty.