Fire-Ravaged Home Razed In Watertown

Fire-Ravaged Home Razed In Watertown

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It's the site of a fire from December 2017. Now the Watertown city home is gone.

At the direction of the codes department, a private contractor finished up tearing down 731 State Street. 

The home sat on the corner of State and North Rutland streets. The home went into foreclosure and is currently owned by Federal National Mortgage Associates, also known as Fannie Mae.

The previous owners were listed as residents of Connecticut.

The home at 731 State Street caught fire on December 1, 2017.  The house was vacant at the time and there was no electricity to it.  

Police did talk with a person of interest, but no arrests were ever made.  The official cause of the fire is undetermined.

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