About This 1871 Edward Chapin House In New Hartford Connecticut
This majestic home, better known as the Edward Chapin House, was built in 1871 with European flare and no expenses spared. Much of the crown moldings, detailed hardware and elaborate light fixtures are of museum quality and truly one-of-a-kind.
Walking through the stunning etched glass front doors the foyer greets you with 11′ ceilings, warm hardwood floors and an abundance of natural light. The double front parlors and banquet sized dining room allows plenty of welcoming space for entertaining. There are (8) exquisite fireplaces, a breathtaking 1st floor master suite, (3) additional bedroom suites w/ full baths on the 2nd floor.
The attic is finished and expansive (sewing, craft room, office, bedroom) with a full bathroom and propane stove for heat and ambiance. The rear of the structure includes a 2-story servant’s quarters which opens up endless possibilities for today’s living… au-pair, caretaker, in-law or home business.
The property also includes a detached 2-car garage and an adorable 1-bedroom carriage house for additional income. All set on a level 1.4 acres overlooking the quintessential Pine Meadow green with easy access to Rt 44, shopping, restaurants and year-round recreation… skiing, fishing, hiking and more.