This past Saturday Paul Spirito put on the first ever Hartford Art Sled Derby in Elizabeth Park. It was part art, part engineering, part theatrics, and all fun. Various sites have photos and commentary on the festivities, with the best sources that I have seen being the official Facebook event page and the Real Hartford photo recap, and the FOX61 News Report. I was most interested in the actual sliding capabilities of the art sleds,
Transcript Welcome to the quick tour of Hartford’s West End neighborhood, I’m Kyle Bergquist of Greater Hartford Real Estate TV. Not surprisingly, the West End is on the western edge of the City. It’s made up of all the land north of Capital Avenue and West of the Park River’s north fork. The neighborhood is mostly residential, with single-family and multi-family homes built in the very late 1800s and early 1900s. Apartments are available throughout
Transcript Strawberry season has arrived, and we traveled to South Glastonbury to pick our first flat of the year. Bright sun and warm temperatures welcomed pickers to Carini’s Berry Farm on this June morning. Despite a heavy rainstorm the previous evening, with reports of hail, the fields were ready for harvesting. Large, sweet, berries filled the plants and eventually our flat. Carini’s is hoping for another two weeks of picking, and is keeping their fingers
This is our first foray into video posts here on the Greater Hartford Real Estate Blog. It’s something we’ve been considering for quite a while, but just haven’t pulled the trigger. Now is the time, and this is the first test video. We’re going to focus on tips or other thoughts, and keep them short (like a minute or two). Check it out – we would love to get feedback!