For sale by family moving out of state, fine Court Street row house on a street of row houses, each alike, yet individual. The block-long street is home to many interesting and successful people, including Yale employees, students, and faculty.Built in1870 for managers of a nearby company, now a few short blocks to Yale and downtown New Haven, 15 Court is four stories with room for a family, or for two or more apartments. There's now an apartment on the top floor. House has two kitchens, two full baths, laundry room, basement, small fenced front yard with a cherry tree and perennials, a nice manageable backyard with a mature plane tree, stone wall, paver patio, evergreen ground cover.On one of the most desirable streets, 15 Court is ideal for anyone at Yale; Yale shuttles stop at ends of the block. Ideal for those who work for the city of New Haven or any downtown businesses.Location makes 15 Court perfect for commuters to outlying suburbs or towns. 15 Court is two blocks from newly State Street train station, for travel via Metro North, Shoreline East, or Amtrak. The house is also a few blocks from I-91 and I-95 and a 15-minute drive to Tweed New Haven Airport.The one-block long street of row houses begins at Wooster Square, a green created in the 1840s and named for Revolutionary War general David Wooster, and now home to a thriving and desirable neighborhood thatâ€™s also home to the best pizza on earth, at Pepeâ€™s and Sallyâ€™s.