Farmers Market at Wooster Square
"1830 Historic Mansion permitted as Bed & Breakfast."
600 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT
Offered at $999,900
1830 Historic Mansion permitted as a 9 guest room Bed and Breakfast. The property did a brisk business from Yale University participants during it's operation as an inn through 2009. It is 100 yards from Wooster Square which hosts arts & crafts festivals and concerts. High ceilings, period detail and located two minutes to easy on, easy off from I-91. Built by shipbuilder Henchman Soule who sold to entrepreneur/inventor Henry Parmalee; following a fire in his piano factory Parmalee in 1874 patented the world's first automatic fire sprinkler head. The elevator is in good condition but presently intentionally not in use so they don't have to go through required periodic state inspections. It has 7,398 sq. ft. on 4.3 acres with 18 rooms, 9 bedrooms, 10 1/2 baths and 12 fireplaces (11 are marble but they are not in use). Also there is a 1,100 sq ft carriage house.
Call Dennis Duga cell 860-428-6000 or the office at 860-684-4455.
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