What a spectacular house! How about that staircase! This painted lady is a Connecticut landmark and was built in 1890. It is located in Hartford, Connecticut. It last served as an office building. Would be great to see it go back to a single family residence. This is a huge house with over 9,000 square feet. The home features original hardwood floors, a grand staircase, extensive crown molding and baseboards, pocket doors, and solid wood doors with original hardware. Four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 9,246 square feet. $725,000 New price: $650,000
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From the Zillow listing:
“The Painted Lady” is a spectacular and historically significant Victorian located at 12 Charter Oak Place. Offering 9000 square feet with views of downtown Hartford and the Colt building, this three-story home is a landmark mixed-use building. The first and second floor has served as office space for Connecticut Children’s employees for many years. This home has two rental units, with separate entrances, on the third floor. Retaining most of its original charm the first and second floors can easily be renovated for single-family use. Gorgeous woodwork, endless fireplaces, and modern heating and cooling. There are 24 on-site parking spaces. A joy to tour this is a property you won’t want to miss.
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