About this listing
Second-floor bedroom and bath in nicely decorated home in quiet neighborhood. Use of 1st floor living room & kitchen. Near St. Joseph's College, U. of Connecticut Law School, U. of Hartford, Trinity College, Mark Twain House, downtown Hartford.
Bright and sunny second floor bedroom with double bed and windows on three sides. Plenty of drawer and closet space. Art Nouveau style area rug. Desk and chair. Two arm chairs. Private guest bath with tub/shower combination. Off-street parking.
Guests will have access to first floor living room and large eat-in kitchen as well as second floor bedroom and bath.
Interaction with guests
When I am home, I am happy to provide information on sight-seeing, shopping, dining. When not at home, I will be available by email or .
Lovely, quiet, walkable neighborhood near Elizabeth Park and all local universities. Great restaurants and shopping in West Hartford Center (one mile from home). Places of Interest: The Wadsworth Atheneum; The New Britain Museum of American Art; Elizabeth Park and its world-famous rose garden; The Mark Twain House & Museum; The Old State House.
Public transportation is not terrific in Hartford. It would be useful to have a car or a bicycle for getting around.
No smoking. Leave house in condition you found it.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I am a retired Trusts & Estates attorney who recently returned from two years in Ukraine with the Peace Corps, where I taught English at a pedagogical university. Before that, I taught English for two years in Hunan Province, China. I have two grown children, one who lives nearby and one in New York City. I love reading, movies, theater, art and art history, photography, walking, and bicycling. I grew up in Charlottesville, VA, but have lived in the Hartford area most of my adult life. Five things I can't live without would be books, the internet, food, friends and family. My all time favorite travel destination is France. Favorite Quote: "Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% what you do with what happens to you."