Another house connected to Italian immigrants and the New Haven Trap Rock Company, this was built about 1921 for members of the DiSanti family, who also operated a slaughterhouse on the property. The house is a small, one-and-a-half story dwelling on a rubble foundation, with roof ridge perpendicular to the street. A porch runs the width of the front. Interior details are simple, the most notable features being recessed panel doors and a handsome newel; windows are generally wooden sash.
This house is offered for $1 for relocation to a new property. Contact: Dawn O’Connell, H. Pearce Real Estate. (203) 281-3400, ext 333.