105 Girard Avenue, Hartford’s West End

105 Girard has everything you would expect in a classic West End Victorian. Set up from the street, a deep front porch is the perfect gathering place. Step through the entry vestibule into an open foyer, featuring a pretty turned staircase. High ceilings, hardwood floors, and French doors throughout frame the space. The main level provides a formal living room with wood burning fireplace and a formal dining room with bay window. An office space

81 Fern Street, Hartford’s West End

Don’t miss 81 Fern, a stylish Victorian that has been updated to impress! The home receives high marks for character, with an oversized front porch, double entry, natural woodwork, fireplaces, and turned stairs. The foyer, living room, and dining room are all open to each other, providing a comfortable environment to relax and a wonderful space to entertain. However, it’s the thoughtful updates that will make you fall in love. The kitchen features stone counters

33 Charter Oak Place, Unit #3-5, Hartford

It is rare to find a truly exceptional home in Downtown Hartford, but 33 Charter Oak Place has a very unique opportunity available – a four-bedroom penthouse condominium. Charter Oak Place, the original site of the Charter Oak tree that was used to hide the Connecticut State Charter in 1662, is a quiet residential street one block south of the Public Library in Downtown Hartford. Number 33 is on the north end of the street,

101 Kenyon St, Hartford’s West End

This West End Victorian has charming original details and nice entertaining spaces. It offers 4 bedrooms and 2.1 baths over 2,861 square feet. An enclosed front porch welcomes you into an open foyer with parquet floors and turned staircase. The oversized living room has a wood burning fireplace and built-ins, and leads to a lovely sunroom. The formal dining room is a perfect space for entertaining and has original details with a bay window and

40 Ashley Street, Hartford

Don’t miss a rare opportunity to own a historic brick single-family on Asylum Hill’s premier block. This 1890s Victorian home welcomes you with a full width front porch featuring intricate wood details. The foyer retains the original newel post and banister, and opens to a living room with wood burning fireplace. Beyond the living room is a very large space that was originally the dining room, but is currently used as a family room. The