Own a little bit of Chicopee History near Elms College. The “Charles F. Howard House” circa 1869 is a lovely example of Greek Revival architecture with its covered porches, side and front entry, doorway moldings, windows and columns supporting the porch roofs typical to this traditional New England architecture. The home is on a .33 acre lot with original carriage house. While the home is currently being used as a multi-family home with a small rented second floor apartment, the home maintains its original facade and detailing with very little alteration. The main home boasts gorgeous wood floors, beautiful replacement windows throughout most of home, spacious rooms with high ceilings and moldings. An ell shaped addition with large eat-in kitchen and rear stairwell to access apartment added in 1900’s. There are currently four bedrooms and two baths in the main home, and a one bedroom – one bath apartment currently rented. Two heating zones, 2nd floor gas, first floor oil.