1913 Tudor Revival – Hartford, CT (Ehrick Rossiter)

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Added to OHD on 12/20/12   -   Last OHD Update: 10/14/19   -   9 Comments

1335 Asylum Ave, Hartford, CT 06105

  • $749,900
  • 10 Bed
  • 5.5 Bath
  • 13135 Sq Ft
  • 1.57 Ac.
Unique investment opportunity for single family residence or investor looking to convert to condos. Historic Johnson/Stedman house, built in 1913 by Erick Rossiter. Slate roof, stepped gables. Georgian revival entrance portico. Incredible hardwood floors, architectural molding, detailed fireplaces.
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Ellyn Marshall, William Raveis Real Estate
888-699-8876
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9 Comments on 1913 Tudor Revival – Hartford, CT (Ehrick Rossiter)

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  1. echo says: 152 comments

    Beautiful and spacious.Wow..I like this. 🙂

  2. Robt. W.Robt. W. says: 437 comments

    Though it retains a good sized lot, it’s lost a lot (but not all) context to developments across the street. It would be fairly easy to de-institutionalize the house, but difficult to ignore the change in neighborhood or, I expect, to create a market for restoring it properly as a single-family house. Big as it is, one of the biggest expenses would be furnishing it properly; it wouldn’t be difficult to spend as much on rugs as the the house itself costs. In some ways the house lends itself toward a condo conversion; it has enough external complexity to introduce multiple private entrances — though how many times that can be reasonably done without compromising the appearance and the original plan is always a big part of the trick to these projects. I’m usually wary of condo-coversions, though here I can see the reasoning and even the possibility that it MIGHT work.

  3. Robt. W.Robt. W. says: 437 comments

    Though it retains a good sized lot, it’s lost a lot (but not all) context to developments across the street. It would be fairly easy to de-institutionalize the house, but difficult to ignore the change in neighborhood or, I expect, to create a market for restoring it properly as a single-family house. Big as it is, one of the biggest expenses would be furnishing it properly; it wouldn’t be difficult to spend as much on rugs as the the house itself costs. In some ways the house lends itself toward a condo conversion; it has enough external complexity to introduce multiple private entrances — though how many times that can be reasonably done without compromising the appearance and the original plan is always a big part of the trick to these projects. I’m usually wary of condo-conversions, though here I can see the reasoning and even the possibility that it MIGHT work.

  4. Nancy says: 210 comments

    Such beautiful woodwork! I hope something can be done with it that doesn’t ruin it.

  5. Kara says: 27 comments

    Wouldn’t it be fun to have an address on Asylum Avenue?

  6. echo says: 152 comments

    Kara,yes it would be fun and think of your Halloween parties.lol 🙂

  7. Julie says: 122 comments

    I love the kitchen.

  8. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11467 comments
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