A rarity in the New Haven market, 67 Edgehill won the 2012 Hobi award for the Best Antique Home Restoration in Connecticut. This stately Georgian colonial has been impeccably remodeled with a commitment to energy efficiency and amazing 21st century style. It is a stunningly beautiful house with space for gracious entertaining and comfortable family life. The new seamlessly integrates with the original down to the smallest detail. Historical features were retained to honor the history of the house, and even the lighting fixtures were researched and replaced with historically sensitive updates. Three and a half baths and the kitchen were completely redone, as was the lower level, to include a Yoga studio and full bath with direct access to the rear yard. Many of the upgrades are not noticeable to the eye, but will guarantee a new owner's comfort for years to come: new electrical wiring, plumbing, conversion from oil to gas, zoned heat, a tankless hot water heater, strategic addition of insulation, and a new flat roof. There is also new custom woodwork, including cabinetry, shelving, and trim. The entire house, both interior and exterior, has been repainted. This house sits on an extra large lot. The elevated deck takes advantage of views of East Rock and overlooks an English inspired professionally landscaped garden. It is an elegant comfortable house that was once the residence of the renowned pediatrician, Dr. Benjamin Spock.
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