65 Wethersfield Ave
Hartford, CT 06114 ·
12,600 SF · Office For Sale
|Price||N/A||Property Sub-type||Office Building|
|Building Size||12,600 SF||Property Use Type||Vacant/Owner-User|
|Property Type||Office||Lot Size||23,922 SF|
|Listing ID: 15869297||Date Created: 08/27/2008||Last Updated: 04/27/2009|
Pristine 12,600 sf office building in Hartford Historic District. Four floors, beautiful woodwork, freshly painted. Includes adjacent parking lot consiting of 8,350 SF and 2 detached 3 car garages. Presently a law firm office but ideal for general office use.
Built in 1859 for James Ashmead, on Wethersfield Avenue in Hartford, adjacent to the Day-Taylor House and across from Samuel Colt's Armsmear. Ashmead and his partner, Edmund Hurlbut, were in the business of gold beating. Sam Colt's nephew, Sam C. Colt, bought the Italianate house in 1865 and it was most likely he who added the Second Empire style tower and porte-cochere. A later owner added the Colonial Revival portico and pilasters on the corners. Today, the house is home to a legal firm.
Main Street to Wethersfield Avenue.
645 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
For Sale · $810,000
15,300 SF Building
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