4BR/2.0BA in 16 Middlefield Street

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Property details

Why Live Here?
A fully furnished bright home on a quiet street that is within short walking distance to beaches, an ice cream parlor, the yacht club, a community center, tennis courts and other recreation areas. Available for summer (short term) and winter (academic, September to June) rental. Available beginning September 2018. The house is a newer elevated cape built in 2001. The main level has two bedrooms, the kitchen, living room, laundry and a full bath with skylight. There are two sliders leading from the kitchen and living room to a large wooden deck. The upper level has a large master bedroom, a second bedroom and a full bath with skylight. Beds include one king, two queens and one full size. Lower level includes the entrance way, mud room, family room and garage. Other features include an outdoor shower and a small grass back yard. Groton Long Point is a timeless, quaint and peaceful New England shoreline community. Perfect for a memorable vacation and entertaining family and friends...
Amenities
  • Playground
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Clubhouse
  • Basketball Court
  • Tennis Court
  • Barbecue Area
  • Guest parking
  • Lawn
  • Master bath
  • Yard
  • Attic
  • Cable Ready
  • Double Pane Windows
  • Range/Oven
Building Information
  • Built: 2001

 

About Groton, CT


Groton has a long history of naval prowess. Nicknamed “The Submarine Capital of the World,” this little town on the eastern seaboard is home to the Electric Boat Corporation, which supplies the United States Navy with the majority of their submarines and also responsible for their maintenance and upkeep. It was the site of the first nuclear sub’s creation, and still houses more than 33,000 artifacts from early nautical times to modern days. It has a long history as unique as it is storied.