76 East Pearl Street

New Haven, CT 06513 Directions
$489,000
  • 6Bed
  • 4/1Baths
  • 3,180Sqft
  • 0.25Acres
  • 1851Built
  • OtherStyle

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $154
  • Days on Market: 5
  • MLS: 170126320

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $154
  • Days on Market: 5
  • MLS: 170126320

An 1851 Craftsman detailed Victorian 4-story house with original detailing, high ceilings, and large-scale rooms. This architect renovated house features large open spaces, 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, garden level country kitchen, 3 sitting rooms, dining room, and 2 fireplaces. The MB suite on the upper floor of the house has cathedral ceiling, designer bath, skylight, and double arched windows. The property also includes a spectacularly renovated 2-story, 2 bedroom, 1½ bath Carriage House residence with stunning contemporary interior and 1-car attached garage. Next to it is a commercial style concrete block 2 bay garage & Artist Studio. Originally...

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $154
  • Days on Market: 5
  • MLS: 170126320

An 1851 Craftsman detailed Victorian 4-story house with original detailing, high ceilings, and large-scale rooms. This architect renovated house features large open spaces, 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, garden level country kitchen, 3 sitting rooms, dining room, and 2 fireplaces. The MB suite on the upper floor of the house has cathedral ceiling, designer bath, skylight, and double arched windows. The property also includes a spectacularly renovated 2-story, 2 bedroom, 1½ bath Carriage House residence with stunning contemporary interior and 1-car attached garage. Next to it is a commercial style concrete block 2 bay garage & Artist Studio. Originally a Ship Captain’s home cited in Elizabeth Mills Brown’s “New Haven, A guide to Architecture and Urban Design”. She notes that the Italian Villa columns of the original house were done by the noted 1800’s New Haven architect A.J. Davis. Mills writes: the columns are: “topped by a giddy cornice and brackets of the 1870’s. Probably the house began as a small villa (built around 1851) and later acquired a new roof, top floor, and all the trimmings.” Sited atop East Pearl Street with views of Quinnipiac River, on a ¼ acre lot. This home is convenient to Downtown New Haven, Yale, and major highways. Incredible potential for homeowners or investors. The property is also listed as a single family.

An 1851 Craftsman detailed Victorian 4-story house with original detailing, high ceilings, and large-scale rooms. This architect renovated house features large open spaces, 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, garden level country kitchen, 3 sitting rooms, dining room, and 2 fireplaces. The MB suite on the upper floor of the house has cathedral ceiling, designer bath, skylight, and double arched windows. The property also includes a spectacularly renovated 2-story, 2 bedroom, 1½ bath Carriage House residence with stunning contemporary interior and 1-car attached garage. Next to it is a commercial style concrete block 2 bay garage & Artist Studio. Originally a Ship Captain’s home cited in Elizabeth Mills Brown’s “New Haven, A guide to Architecture and Urban Design”. She notes that the Italian Villa columns of the original house were done by the noted 1800’s New Haven architect A.J. Davis. Mills writes: the columns are: “topped by a giddy cornice and brackets of the 1870’s. Probably the house began as a small villa (built around 1851) and later acquired a new roof, top floor, and all the trimmings.” Sited atop East Pearl Street with views of Quinnipiac River, on a ¼ acre lot. This home is convenient to Downtown New Haven, Yale, and major highways. Incredible potential for homeowners or investors. The property is also listed as a single family.

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  • Additional Information
    • High School: Per Board of Ed
    • Living Area SqFt: 3,180
    • Sewer: Public Sewer Connected
    • Style: Other
    • Tax Amount: $9,360
    • Tax Year: July 2018-June 2019
    • Unit Count: 2
    • Year Built: 1851

Listing Courtesy of Pearce Real Estate.

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