What’s behind the most expensive listing in Greenwich?


This is a real estate – 50+ Acres


Q: What is Public Act 490 and Use Value Assessment?
A: Public Act 490 is Connecticut’s law (Connecticut General Statutes Sections 12-107a through 107-f) that allows your farm, forest, or open space land to be assessed at its use value rather than its fair market or highest and best use value (as determined by the property’s most recent “fair market value” revaluation) for purposes of local property taxation. Without the lower use value assessment, most landowners would have to sell the land because they would not be able to afford the property taxes on farm, forest, or open space land.
Taxes – $156.116

Greenwich, CT &nbsp06830
Greenwich, CT &nbsp06830
Greenwich, CT &nbsp06830
Greenwich, CT &nbsp06830
OK so the kitchen is in the basement – and it was last renovated 27 years ago – digging a little deeper for a lovely piece of paradise!

 Justia Dockets & Filings

Bank of America, N.A. v. Copper Beech Farm, Inc. et al

Plaintiff: Bank of America, N.A. 
Defendants: Copper Beech Farm, Inc. , John M. Rudey  and Laurie G. Rudey 
Case Number: 3:2011cv00453
Filed: March 24, 2011
Court: Connecticut District Court
Office: New Haven         Office
County: XX US, Outside State
Presiding Judge: Warren W. Eginton
Nature of Suit: Real Property – Foreclosure
Cause: 28:1332
Jurisdiction: Diversity        
Jury Demanded By: None      


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