The Mayor John B. Robertson House was built in 1833 for Mr. Robertson, mayor of New Haven, secretary of the state of CT and postmaster. The building is a Greek Revival style double house - appearing as a single house, but in fact containing 2 separate residences. An iconic Wooster Square masterpiece, 37 Wooster Place has not been available on the market for over 50 years! Immaculately preserved, this stately brick home has all original details intact. The formal living room boasts high ceilings, original woodwork, a marble fireplace and sprawling windows that overlook Wooster Square Park. The dining room has pocket doors and a chandelier, and a generously sized kitchen has a large eating area and original built in china cabinet. The 1st fl offers bonus space for an office or den, a sun porch, and a large bedroom with a full bath. The 2nd fl has a huge master bedroom with a fireplace and expansive views of the park. There are two additional bedrooms, a large tile bath, and access to the rooftop deck. There is a large attic with expansion possibilities, and a 1500 sq ft garden level 1 bedroom apartment . Consisting of a spacious living room with tin ceiling, dining room, eat in kitchen and 2 full baths - it's a perfect space for someone looking for a multi generational use or rental income. The garden level could be reimagined and combined with the home to create a magnificent single family. A very special piece of Wooster Square history awaits its next steward!
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