Interesting Interior Architectural Features

Checking out the inside of many different houses is a great perk of being a real estate agent. I’m not at all curious about the homeowners’ stuff, or how they live, rather I love to look at the design and architecture of different homes. Looking at the outside is nice, but the interiors can be even more interesting. I see a lot of structures from the 1890s through the present day. The housing stock in

80 Cone Street, Hartford’s West End

Mature landscaping frames this classic West End colonial located near Elizabeth Park. The home has 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths over 2,887 square feet. The enclosed front porch welcomes your guests and provides a nice space for relaxing. A beautiful entryway with original leaded glass leads to an open foyer and the formal living room with fireplace. The living room opens to a family room and dining room, each with pocket doors and canvas ceilings.