With all the ugly new construction around Hartford — the kind that looks like a stiff breeze might topple the plastic structures — it’s refreshing to see an historic development remaining in use and decent shape. Continue reading 'Casa Linda: The Block'»
These three buildings on Homestead really stood out, given that one of the properties across the street includes a boarded up City-owned structure. What are the odds that three in a row would look cared for and inviting? Continue reading 'Casa Linda: Triple on Homestead'»
Thanks to a Real Hartford reader for pointing us in this direction. Continue reading 'Casa Linda: A Leg Up in Parkville'»
Realtor sites and the tax assessor calls these condos. Others call them apartments. People live upstairs; retail is downstairs. Continue reading 'Casa Linda: Casa Linden'»
On Cambridge Street, same house on two separate days. Quiet. Birds chirping. Continue reading 'Casa Linda: North East'»
This home on Tower Avenue is classified by the City of Hartford as “Old Style,” probably built in 1915.
We classify it as cute. It’s maintained. There’s pride in the front yard, which is a good model for how something can be both beautiful and not a grass lawn.
This home is on the narrower stretch of the road — between Weaver High and the Mount Sinai campus — where most of the houses are kept up.