THE GRAHAM BRUSH CONSERVATION EASEMENT PARCELS

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Tucked away in the triangle bordered by Tanner Hill Rd and Route 45, a stone's throw from the northeast corner of Lake Waramaug, are four individual but contiguous conservation easements that are the gift of the late Graham Brush, a founding member of the Warren Land Trust who served on its Board of Directors for many years.

Totaling approximately 13 acres, the four properties stand on a hillside with a beautiful view of Connecticut's largest natural lake. The property is threaded with hardwoods and mountain laurel that sit on craggy rock outcroppings and rise above Sucker Brook, a natural tributary that flows into the lake.

Mr. Brush gifted the easements between 1990 and 1997. The easements have especially high conservation value due to their position in the lake’s watershed, and due to the intensity of development around that body of water.

PRIVATE PROPERTY - PUBLIC ACCESS NOT ALLOWED

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