The Courant reported that the church had sold its former parsonage at 852 Asylum Avenue to Charles Levin.
This article appears online dated digitally as May 13, 1934 and May 13, 1935, but a quick look at the masthead for each of these articles shows that the article is from 1934 in both cases.
“There are ample parking facilities near the property. Mr. Gibson said last week that in his opinion this is one of the chief reasons for the gradual concentration of the medical offices in the asylum Hill section of the city.”
The picture from the Courant shows a second-story front porch that’s no longer there, but this feature helps to explain the rather tall window that remains – it was probably a door to the porch.
Unattributed, “Doctor Buys Property on Asylum Hill,” Hartford Courant, May 13, 1934, page B3.