Just steps from Veterans Memorial Ice Skating Rink, Cornerstone Aquatics Center, and the golf course, this newer construction home in Buena Vista is located on a quiet cul-de-sac. This property offers 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths over 1,599 square feet. Inside you’ll find the floor plan on the main level has an eat-in space kitchen which is open to the living room and dining room. The space is light and bright, has freshly painted
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this move-in condition Colonial is within walking distance to the shopping and restaurants at Blue Back Square. It offers 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths over 1,200 square feet. The first floor features a formal living room with a pellet stove, formal dining room, remodeled kitchen and half bathroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a full bathroom. The backyard is private and fully fenced with a patio, deck and gardens.
This move-in condition Colonial is in a great West Hartford Center location, a quick walk from all of the shops and restaurants in the Center and Blue Back Square. It offers 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths over 1,324 square feet. The formal living room is a nice size and has a wood burning fireplace. The dining room features a classic built-in cabinet and connects to the kitchen with eat-in space. There is an updated half
The Lexicon is one of the new buildings in Blue Back Square, located at 75 Isham Road. The ground floor is retail, with offices on the upper three levels. Although I had been in the stores and restaurants on many occasions, I had not visited the lobby area that leads to the elevators until recently. There isn’t really that much to the lobby – it’s a relatively narrow corridor that leads to the center of
Word on the street is that the Dollar World on Farmington Avenue in the West End of Hartford is moving. Actually it’s the sign in the window that says they’re moving, but word has spread through the neighborhood like the flu through daycare. The locals aren’t upset with Dollar World, it just had the misfortune of leasing the storefront that previously housed the West End organic food institution of Cheese & Stuff. About ten years