Come see this updated brick Victorian on the first block of charming Ashley Street in Hartford’s Asylum Hill neighborhood. The full width front porch adorned with decorative spandrels, brackets, and balusters welcomes visitors and provides the perfect setting to enjoy the historic streetscape. The foyer features a turned staircase, and is open to both the living room with decorative fireplace and the den. A formal dining room connects to the updated kitchen, which includes stainless
This restored brick Victorian two-family is a turn-key opportunity for an owner-occupant or investor. The first-floor unit provides stable income with a lease through Feb 2022 at $1,150/month, while the townhouse upper unit offers more flexibility. Both units include traditional woodwork, hardwood floors, high ceilings, in-unit laundry, high efficiency gas heating systems with tankless hot water, replacement windows, newer roof. Enter the lower unit via a private front porch into a wide foyer. A living
Earlier this week I had a chance to tour the latest projects from NINA (Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance), which is a non-profit working to rehabilitate blighted houses in the Asylum Hill area of Hartford. They have two adjacent buildings under construction, a brick 1-unit home at 115 Sigourney Street, and a large 3-unit building at 117 Sigourney Street. Although we’ve sold NINA properties in the past, it has always been on the resale market as
This sweet Victorian in Asylum Hill has been updated for today’s living style, yet retains its charm with many original architectural features. On the first floor, French doors, 11-foot ceilings, and original moldings set the stage. A formal living room with decorative fireplace opens to the formal dining room. The fully remodeled kitchen has eat-in space. Completing the first floor is an office and a powder room. Upstairs, the oversized master bedroom has a full
Built in 1901, this Colonial in Hartford’s Asylum Hill neighborhood was completely renovated in 2012. The architectural elements begin immediately with the detail work above the front porch. Inside, the original banister and a diamond shaped stained glass window anchor the foyer. Walk past the living room on the front of the home to the open family room and dining room. The large space is connected to the eat-in kitchen, which features stainless steel appliances.