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65 E Pearl Street New Haven, CT 06513
Single Family Residence
3,414 Sq. Ft.
0.12 Acre Lot
A truly rare find! Historic mid-19th century Victorian alongside the Quinnipiac River built by Ernest Crawford, a furniture builder, for his wife Sarah Hemingway (Hemingway Cove). At the time of construction, the Quinnipiac River District gained prominence as a major oyster port & Mr. Crawford built... the enormous 3400 sq ft+ home w/3 levels so boat captains & wealthy individuals would be compelled to marvel at it magnificence. The current owners have meticulously restored the home to its original grandeur while updating it w/the conveniences of modern day living. Extreme attention to detail is found throughout-from the natural woodwork, high ceilings, stained glass windows, pocket doors, natural light & impressive floor plan. 1st floor features a frmal LR w/stunning FP, parlor/music room, frmal DR w/custom cabinets, sun porch & 1/2 bath. Chef's kitchen includes high end Viking appliances, ample cabinet & counter space & gorgeous counters & backsplash. 2nd floor offers a 2 room FR, office, 2 bedrooms & full bath. With the 2nd floors versatile open space it has the potential to be easily converted back to bedrooms. Enormous 3rd floor MBR suite features lofted ceilings, exposed chimney, walk in closet, renovated bath & views of the river through oversized windows. House includes gas heat, C/A, & basement for storage. Restored exterior has been painted w/colors to reflect the hostoric 19th century era charm. Enjoy views of the river from a front porch or elevated flag stone patio. Continue reading
2 Full/1 Half
3,414 sq. ft
Detailed Room Information
Foyer, Mud Room
Gas Heat, Hot Water
Full, Unfinished Basement
Exterior / Lot Features
Additional Exterior/Lot Features
Sidewalks. Park Adjacent, Public Transport, Shopping Mall, Level.
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