Masons Island is a part of Stonington which is a part of New London County. It has coastal frontage on the Mystic River and Long Island Sound. Named after John Mason a strong military leader and settler who first took control from the local Indians.
Masons Island real estate is separated into two sections. The Private (south) side and the Public side. The private side has its own roads and a guarded gate during the summer. Its residence have access to Masons Island Yacht Club and other marinas on the island. Masons Island waterfront property is mostly older homes, but some have been dramatically updated. Very strict zoning codes are established by the Masons Island Association that monitor any change on the island. Deed Restrictions have been established to protect the values of the property. Masons Island Company has first right to purchase any property that it deems as being undersold. All residence have access to a 47 acre nature preserve and another 9 acres of open space.
As a REMAX agent in Masons Island, I will help you find exactly the home you are looking for. 2br beach cottage, 3br Lakefront or 4br historic house on the ocean. Conn has a lot to offer both in the country and on the coast. As Realtors we are limited on what we can say about a school system but we can direct you to other websites that list their test scores and ranking.
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There are not a lot of different condo complexes in Masons Island, so be very clear as what you want. If none are available i will need to look in some of the surrounding towns. If you would like to use the "send me a comment" feature you can give me more details on what you are looking for. . Important questions to answer are; how many bedrooms are you looking for? Do you have any pets? What kind and their sizes? Are you a smoker? What style are you looking for, Ranch, Townhouse, Colonial, Converted building, etc. Be careful when you ask for a new building in south east CT because some very nice condos have been made out of historic buildings. They may be only a few years old, but the age will still say their original building date.