In 1873, an opulent hotel was built in New London, Connecticut. It had a grand ballroom and gorgeous suites that hosted prominent guests like US Presidents, Charles Dickens, and Eugene O’Neill. Today, the historic Crocker House is on the New London Heritage Trail — and it is a fantastic apartment building complete with its original Victorian architecture and a landscaped courtyard. Echoing history and in the heart of downtown, the Crocker House is a special place to call home.
The Crocker House features several unique floor plans ranging from a studio to a two-bedroom. Apartments offer gourmet kitchens with pantry closets, scenic views of the water and downtown, and renovated interiors. Select apartments offer hardwood flooring, a decorative fireplace, and vaulted ceilings. The Crocker house features four residential floors with just 80 apartments available, so don’t hesitate — call the Crocker House now and schedule a tour of your new home.