Killingly -Attawaugan Crossing Commercial Land at I-395

35, 47 & 53 Attawaugan Crossing Road Killingly, CT 06233

35, 47 & 53 Attawaugan Crossing Road , Killingly, CT, 06233
35, 47 & 53 Attawaugan Crossing Road , Killingly, CT, 06233
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Other Land
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Last Verified:
Oct 11, 2018


  • 12.1 acres Commercial Development Site on I-395 Ramp Killingly, CT
  • 800 Feet Frontage along Exit 43
  • Near Killingly Industrial Park and Putnam Industrial Park
  • City Water and Sewer nearby


12.1 Acres - Commercial Land at a full interchange at Exit 43 I-395
The asking price on the entire (3) parcels is $1,100,000.
Or we are offering:
#53 & 47 Attawaugan Crossing a total 5.2 AC for $600,000.
#35 Attawaugan Crossing 6.9 AC for $500,000

Full interchange off exit 43 - I-395 at the Killingly Industrial Park exit. Near the Putnam Industrial Park.

Lot Size: 12.1 acres

Map of 35, 47 & 53 Attawaugan Crossing Road , Killingly, CT, 06233

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