199-201 Sargeant Street

Status: Completed

This two-family home was built in 1898-1899 by the same developer who built 235-237 Sargeant Street, Rollo Shailer. It’s a two and one-half story Colonial Revival home that combines a symmetrical façade and a square plan. This house was last operated as rental investment property by an absentee owner from New York City, and while it wasn't subdivided it probably was used as a multi-unit boarding house. The house had been condemned and remained vacant for several years before NINA acquired it with help from the Bank of America and restored it.

Before and After


First Floor

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Second Floor

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Third Floor

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Project Details


Started:July 2012
Completed:May 2014
Total Budget:$443,600

Project Milestones


Acquisition:June 27, 2011
Building Permit:April 19, 2012
Certificate of Occupancy:July 23, 2013
Closing on Sale:May 30, 2014

Project History

Hartford Courant reports on our work at 199 Sargeant

5/28/2012

Jesse Rifkin reported on the work NINA is doing at 199-201 Sargeant Street. Bank of America has been an important part of this project, and we appreciate Dean Andrews's continued for support for our work!

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