Offering 65 acres of expansive meadows, colonial-era stone walls, and woodlands along Danbury's only designated scenic road. This location at the very southern border of Danbury provides all the beauty and serenity of neighboring rural-Redding in this private country setting. Just a stoneâ€™s-throw from the Danbury-Redding border. Open space abuts the entire Eastern and Southern property boundaries. The site offers ample space for two grand estates or large equestrian farms. Located less than a mile from Route 7 with easy access to lower Fairfield County. Only one-half mile to the West Redding train station â€“ and only one+ miles to shopping at the Danbury Fair Mall or charter flights from the Danbury Airport. Enjoy dining along Danburyâ€™s â€œrestaurant-rowâ€ on Mill Plain Road, and all that historic Ridgefield has to offer just two miles down the road.. Addendum Remarks This 64.99 acre residential parcel of fields and forests is located in the southern section of Danbury with 216â€™ of frontage on Long Ridge Rd., a designated scenic road. A conservation easement over much of the property limits development except for two building sites. Farming and equestrian use are permitted. The property is located in Zone RA-80, Single Family Residential District. The minimum lot area is 80, 000 sq. ft. Lot frontage must be at least 50 feet in length, except for an interior lot...Minimum lot width is measured between the side lot lines at the front yard setback, which is 50â€™. No portion of any interior lot shall be less than 50â€™ in width. Access for an interior lot must have a minimum width of 20 ft., a paved driveway of not less than 12 ft. in width, a grade not greater than 12%. Subdivisions must conform to the zoning requirements and be approved by the Planning Board. A shared driveway is allowed. A curb-cut currently exists on Long Ridge Road for development access. The owner contracted with JFM Engineering in October 2008 to design a driveway. The plans are available to interested parties.There is 32â€™ of frontage on the north side of Lot 2, from Long Ridge Road, with some deed restrictions as to the use. There are no wetlands on the sites where the Building Envelopes are sketched out ['suggested']..The property was the subject of a 1984 environmental analysis which describes the soils, vegetation. There are no historic sites on the property. Please text agents for additional information. Agents are available to accompany interested parties for a tour of the property.