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Isham-Terry House

211 High St, Hartford, CT 06103-1025
+1 860-247-8996
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House with original furnishings

Just on the edge of Main St. this house is remarkable in that it was a single owner/family and was... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
BandLyn
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Hartford, Connecticut
Striking residence

This striking residence has been a landmark for many Hartfordites for years. Wedged up near the... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2012
HikerTraveler
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East Hartford, CT
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3 days ago
“House with original furnishings”
7 Jan 2012
“Striking residence”
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211 High St, Hartford, CT 06103-1025
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Just on the edge of Main St. this house is remarkable in that it was a single owner/family and was lived in nearly until opened as site. All the items are original and documented by owners.

Thank BandLyn
Reviewed 8 January 2012

This striking residence has been a landmark for many Hartfordites for years. Wedged up near the 84/91 interchange, it shows how Hartford has grown around it (both a good and a bad thing). Very limited visiting hours, so check ahead.

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