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The Philip Chapin House .

The Philip Chapin House – built in 1867 by prominent New Hartford family, this grand Victorian is one of the finest examples of Northern Italian Renaissance style architecture in Connecticut. Careful stewardship has resulted in an incredibly rare preservation, with astounding original architectural details on both the exterior and interior. Grand foyer, sweeping staircase, striking arched doorways, twelve-foot ceilings, electrified, original gas lamps. Grand entertaining spaces – notably a large sun-filled parlor and music room, each with original floor to ceiling windows, carved stone fireplace surrounds, gold leafed valances and mirrors, exquisite mouldings.

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