This one-of-a-kind building, built in 1900, features a unique historic facade and natural brick interiors. The property is home to a townhouse-style luxury residence and one of New Haven’s hottest restaurants. Located at the epicenter of downtown culture, it’s surrounded by Yale University, the town green, the Schubert Theater, and the best shopping and restaurants the city has to offer. And it’s just a short walk from local businesses, Hospitals and Union Train Station.
The 3,200-SF residence boasts three bedrooms and two full baths on three floors. The gourmet kitchen is loaded with restaurant-quality stainless steel appliances, a 20-foot solid steel Patina’d countertop, and faux wooden beams. The Master Suite is sun-soaked by ample skylights, and a large living room includes a ladder that ascends to a hidden loft space. The apartment also features artisan-crafted polished plaster floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, beautiful built-in wood shelves, and a full-size washer and dryer
The thriving 5,300-SF restaurant experience begins at street-level with a nostalgic barroom setting, outdoor sidewalk dining, and an inviting 40-seat dining room. It continues upward to a 30-seat dining loft featuring an exquisite backlit gas fireplace. Then up and onto New Haven’s only outdoor rooftop patio. The expansive full-service kitchen is set below the main level, and the sale of the property includes restaurant equipment.