A Well Maintained Building

The well maintained building at 39 Woodland Street in Hartford is identified by the Structures and Styles book as the Melancthon W. Jacobus, Sr. House. Its Tudor Revival architecture is in excellent condition 110 years after construction! Kudos to the State for the recent maintenance to keep the 29,571 square foot structure looking good. The building is currently the central office for the Connecticut Technical Education and Career Center.

16 Charter Oak Place, Unit D, Hartford

Enjoy pretty City views from this end unit town house condo, located on quiet, historic Charter Oak Place. Inside this lovely Victorian building you’ll find the unit’s main living area is a wide open plan, allowing for natural light and flow throughout. The eat-in kitchen overlooks the formal living room. The living room features a working wood burning fireplace, as well as access to a balcony, offering beautiful views of the City and beyond. A

307-309 New Park Avenue, Hartford

307-309 New Park is a two-unit building in an overlooked part of Hartford within sight of the West Hartford line. It is a short walk to the grocery store and Kane Street Fastrak station, providing easy public transportation to Downtown Hartford, New Britain, and all the stops in between. The convenient location is also close to the interstate and the local CTTransit buses stop. The first-floor unit is two bedrooms and one bath. The upper

200 Exeter Street, Hartford

Plenty of space and flexibility with this oversized Colonial in Hartford’s Southwest neighborhood. The first floor features a large living room with hardwood floors, updated kitchen with lots of cabinets and counter space, a formal dining room, powder room, and master suite with walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. Upstairs, there are three additional bedrooms, an updated full bathroom, an open office space, and large family room with sliders to a covered porch. The basement is