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1447 Chapel Street, New Haven


1447 Chapel Street, New Haven, Connecticut(CT) 06511

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Property ID: S01577959
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Basic Info

Near bus station Walk to school Pets friendly

29 Total Units

Highest Floor 3

Built in 1925

Located in the up-and-coming Chapel West neighborhood, 1447 Chapel Street is moments from Yale New Haven Hospital and a short distance from restaurants, shops, entertainment, galleries, the Yale campus, and much more.

This picturesque mansion has been converted into studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments and features hardwood floors, high ceilings, laundry facilities on site, and gated off-street parking.

Heat, hot water, water, and sewer are all included in rent.


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Pets Policy

Pet allowed

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