Make Preservation History Now! Zoom Panel

Protect Historic Properties and Enjoy the Economic and Environmental Benefits                                                                                                       for Greenwich Homeowners and Realtors.

With the escalation in homes being demolished for more contemporary structures, the need for saving Greenwich’s classic New England heritage is greater than ever. The permanent protection of our historic homes is the driver of a strategic alliance between Greenwich Historical Society and the recently formed Historic Properties of Greenwich.

Join us with preservation leaders Jane Montanaro, Executive Director, Connecticut Preservation, Elise Hillman Green, Russell S. Reynolds and Anne Young, Co-Founders, Historic Properties of Greenwich as they share research on the economic and environmental benefits of local property historic designation and outline practical steps homeowners can take to save our community history.

Co-sponsored by Greenwich Historical Society, Historic Properties of Greenwich, Preservation Connecticut and Greenwich Association of Realtors.

Members Free/NM $10

Stanwich Seminary
Stanwich Seminary c1835, 752 North St., Greenwich
John Knapo House
John Knapp House c1760, 5 Brynwood Rd, Greenwich
Henry C. Boswell House, 1885, 223 Milbank
50 Lockwood, Old Greenwich
Alfred B. Betts House 30 Arch St., Riverside
Alfred B. Betts House 30 Arch St., Riverside

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