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.

222 North Beacon Street, Hartford’s West End

The half-timbered front gable, accented with a decorative band and flanked by ornate masonry chimneys, allow this stately Tudor Revival home to effortlessly stand out on one of Hartford’s most prestigious blocks. 222 North Beacon Street includes a full width front porch with more than enough space to entertain. The foyer is a room unto itself, and includes a gas fireplace, grand staircase, built-in benches, and powder room. Extra tall windows bring a tremendous amount

114 Westerly Ter, Hartford’s West End

This light-filled Tudor is thoughtfully updated, meticulously maintained, and a joy to call home. Set on 0.36 landscaped acres, on a quiet neighborhood street, this 3,789 sqft, 6 bedrooms, 3.1 bath property welcomes you with a gracious entry and grand staircase. The first floor offers an oversized formal living room with a fireplace, panel & crown moldings, and French doors leading to a large sunroom with arched brick work and front patio. The formal dining

140 Elizabeth Street, Hartford’s West End

Welcome to a stately Tudor, adjacent to historic Elizabeth Park in Hartford’s West End. 140 Elizabeth greets you with a spacious foyer with new hardwood flooring and grand stairs. The front to back living room features a charming fireplace with an insert, and continues to a sunroom overlooking the park. The dining room is a nice size for entertaining, with a French door leading into an office with built-ins and another fireplace with stove. The

343 Fairfield Avenue, Hartford

343 Fairfield Ave, Hartford

You’ll find an abundance of charm and functionality in this classic Tudor located in the Fairfield Avenue historic district. Stucco exterior and a slate roof honor past craftsmanship. Inside, an open foyer welcomes with a turned staircase. The formal living room showcases an oversized fireplace with original tile hearth. The room connects to a den with built-in bookshelves and the formal dining room. The remodeled kitchen has eat-in space and a pantry. A powder room