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Spectacular and newly restored Classic Queen Ann style home originally built in 1886.This home is listed on State Register of Historic Places. This home features a expansive front porch that leads to a dramatic two-story entry space with a formal living room and family room w/packet doors. Interior features energy star windows and central AC. The kitchen features a spacious island with seating and beautiful black pearl granite counter tops. Custom built cabinets w/under cabinet lights for extra lighting, which opens to to the dining room. The master bedroom has a Walk-in closet and ensuited bath w/double sinks vanity. Hardwood floors throughout the main level and hallways on second floor and office.This home is gorgeous a great opportunity to own a unique outstanding home restored with beautiful finishes in the Asylum Hill neighborhood. Long time home of James M.Plimpton,President of Plimpton Manufacturing Company. In 1899, Plimpton and its affiliates were reputed to be the largest producers of envelopes in the world . House overlooks Aetna cupola,the towers of the Cathedral of Saint Joseph and Trinity Episcopal, and two descendants of Hartford famous Charter Oak Tree. A must see home come and be part of Hartford's historic Asylum Hill Neighborhood.

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Listed by Lesbia M Hernandez of Executive Real Estate Inc.

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