1 Fern Street, Hartford’s West End

This West End home is just steps to the UConn Law School, Hartford Seminary and a neighborhood community garden. Inside, a formal foyer opens to the living room and kitchen. The living room has a wood burning fireplace and several built-in bookcases. It flows into the formal dining room which has a built-in china closet and detailed plate rail molding. The kitchen is fully remodeled with new cabinets, flooring, granite counters and stainless steel appliances.

Quick Tour: Hartford’s West End

Transcript Welcome to the quick tour of Hartford’s West End neighborhood, I’m Kyle Bergquist of Greater Hartford Real Estate TV. Not surprisingly, the West End is on the western edge of the City. It’s made up of all the land north of Capital Avenue and West of the Park River’s north fork. The neighborhood is mostly residential, with single-family and multi-family homes built in the very late 1800s and early 1900s. Apartments are available throughout

109 Girard Avenue, Hartford’s West End

An open floor plan offers great flow in this West End colonial, just steps from the UConn Law School and Hartford Seminary. This home is 2,710 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 2 full and 2 half baths. Lovely perennial gardens and mature plantings welcome you and invite you to spend some time on the front porch. Inside you’ll find a library with built-in bookcases and a formal living room that opens to a dining

91 Girard Avenue, Hartford’s West End

Steps from the UConn Law School and Hartford Seminary, this West End home has 4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths over 2,230 square feet. This classic Scoville Victorian offers original architectural charm and a bright, open floor plan. The foyer with its turned staircase opens into the formal living room with fireplace. The formal dining room has plenty of space for entertaining and leads to an office. The remodeled kitchen features great cabinet space, granite counters,

What's Worse: Voting Polls or Open Houses?

I went to the polls today, just like thousands of other Connecticut residents. As I approached my voting location, the Hartford Seminary, there were a couple of people that descended on me. One wanted to hand me a pamphlet and talk to me about voting the Democratic ticket. Another wanted me to change my Democratic votes in some cases to the same candidate, but running on the Working Families party line. I understand the importance