This exquisitely renovated Greek Revival two-family home may be the oasis your family needs! Originally built by one of Westville’s founding families, The Miles and Elezar Hotchkiss House is a two-story Greek Revival-style building that was built circa 1840 in what was Hotchkiss-Town, and is now the Westville Village section of New Haven. It has been lovingly restored by local craftsmen to honor the architecture of its era while seamlessly incorporating modern amenities. The main house, which includes 4BR and 4.5 baths has gorgeous hardwood floors, ample living space, dining room and well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Originally renovated and used as an inn, this inviting home sits set back from the street on a large yard. Lovely perennial gardens, porches with views of West Rock Ridge are yours to enjoy. You are steps to Westville Village, and within walking distance of quiet parks with hiking and biking trails, ponds, and streams. You can spend lots of socially distant time with nature in Connecticut’s second largest State Park, West Rock Ridge, a favorite subject of the renowned Hudson River School of Painters, or wander along the West River trail to the Frederic Law Olmsted designed Edgewood Park with free outdoor tennis courts, a three season Farmers’ Market, an annual community art festival and more.
Listing courtesy of Real Living Wareck D'Ostilio.