Originally built in 1930 this iconic property has long been admired & was designed by architects Ebbets & Frid, who also designed the West Hartford Town Hall & Town Library. The expansive stone & brick home, built in the French style & originally owned by Morris Joseloff ( a renowned art collector) is situated on 1.26 acres of pristine landscaped grounds. This home is nestled into a much sought after neighborhood & is steps away from the acclaimed Elizabeth Park rose garden, perfect for summer concerts, yoga & tennis. Prominent homes of this era are found throughout the neighborhood & include the Governor's Mansion & Captains of industry during the industrial revolution. Downtown Hartford is close by as well as West Hartford Center famous for its restaurant scene. The circular driveway & round turret create a striking first impression. As you enter the foyer you will be captivated by the extensive architectural millwork. The triple arches of the expansive dining room are echoed in the adjacent sunroom with direct access to the patio. The dramatic living room with its voluminous ceiling & wood panels are reminiscent of a French chateau..the marble fireplace, architecturally significant bow window & crown molding complete the room. An artistic curved staircase leads up to the family quarters & the circular ceiling above is impressive. The fireplaced master bedroom is extremely spacious leading to a lovely terrace overlooking the rear gardens. This Home Is NOT TO BE MISSED!!
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