51 Ashley Street

Status: Completed

A single-family home that had been vacant for some time when NINA acquired it, the house has now been fully restored. It sits squarely in between two other NINA homes, 47 and 55 Ashley Street, and it is the westernmost of six houses in a row built by Frederick Mahl in the 1890s. The house is an excellent example of a brick Queen Anne found throughout Hartford but most especially here in the Asylum Hill neighborhood.

51 Ashley Street - Before and After


1st Floor

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2nd Floor

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3rd Floor

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Separate Egress

Added to make the second floor a legally separate unit from the first floor.

Project Details


Started:January 2013
Completed:May 2014
Budget:$334,100

Project Milestones


Acquisition:January 14, 2013
Building Permit:April 4, 2013
Certificate of Occupancy:June 25, 2014
Closing on Sale:October 10, 2014

Project History

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