This 1927 French-inspired home was designed by Philip Goodwin and is one of only eight homes on a desirable dead-end street. Offering unimpeded golf course views in the front and complete privacy in the back, you'll feel as if you are at the end of a country lane. Equidistant from West Hartford Center and Downtown Hartford, this home is a true gem! The stucco exterior, slate roof, copper gutters, and gutter boxes add incredible charm to this cottage-like home. You will appreciate the quality of workmanship the moment you enter the foyer. The original floor in the foyer has been exposed, repaired, and refinished. With a formal powder room, coat closet, and curved staircase it is a very graceful entrance. The formal living room has a gorgeous fireplace, and incredible natural light, and is open to the sunroom and dining room. The dining room has a fireplace and French doors that lead to a bluestone patio. The kitchen features Clive Christian cabinetry, marble countertops, and a Wolfe gas cooktop. The second floor has an incredible primary bedroom suite and 2-3 guestrooms. The primary suite is centered around the fireplace, with a sitting area that offers unimpeded views of the golf course. The full bath has two sinks with Swarovski crystal faucets. A large steam shower separates the sinks. The bath also has heated floors, a heated towel bar, and multiple closets. The water closet includes a pedestal sink.