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

88 Terry Road, Hartford’s West End

Welcome to this distinctive brick Tudor on Hartford’s elegant Terry Road. A rounded portico frames the main entrance, opening to a gracious foyer with turned staircase. The formal living room features a fireplace with gas insert and space for multiple sitting areas. A sunroom with built-ins overlooks the back yard, with a stained glass door that opens to the bluestone patio. The formal dining room connects to both the kitchen and the rear deck. The

114 Westerly Terrace, Hartford's West End

Here’s a fantastic opportunity to own a lovely West End home! This Tudor has been thoughtfully updated and impeccably maintained throughout the years. The welcoming foyer is flanked by the oversized formal living and dining rooms, both perfect for entertaining. Off the living room is a charming, bricked 3-season room. A sizeable office/den also provides additional living space on the first floor. The tastefully renovated kitchen offers beautiful cherry cabinets and a large eat-in space

This Old House Magazine

The magazine version of This Old House arrived in the mail yesterday. It was a very good day. There are only 2 magazines that I immediately sit down and read cover-to-cover, and this is one of them (the other is Wired). It is a perfect mix of interesting stories, tasteful design ideas, and moderate skill project suggestions. Each issue is full of useful tips and addresses issues that relate to me, since we actually live