1920’s Dutch Colonial single family home in the vibrant East Rock neighborhood of New Haven, CT. The home is steps away from Edgerton Park with its non-profit conservatory, as well as the Audubon Society’s global initiative of important bird areas that conserve areas vital to birds and other biodiversity near the Mill River estuary of Long Island Sound and the Eli Whitney waterfall. The home is also within walking distance of Worthington Hooker public school (and within the Hooker school district), St. Thomas Day School, The Foote School, bike trails, College Woods, hiking trails of East Rock Park, Yale, and cafés. Top floor includes four bedrooms and a full bath, as well as central air conditioning. The first floor’s open plan flows upon entering the front mudroom, then into a spacious living room with working fireplace, a four-season sunroom with skylight and original details, a half-bath, a dining room with a view of and access to backyard, a kitchen with cherry cabinets, granite counters, and a double oven, a family room with skylight and a view of and access to the yard, and a back mudroom. The considerable backyard is quiet, includes a mature Japanese maple, a garden in full sun with raised beds, both an upper patio and a lower shaded patio -- making the outdoor space wonderful for entertaining. Basement is partially finished with working fireplace and half bath with shower. Home includes a security system and privacy fence.
Worthington HookerElementary School
Worthington HookerMiddle School
Wilbur CrossHigh School