Connecticut Trust For Historic Preservation

HPX Alert: 1740 Colonial, Westport

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This beautiful c. 1740 Connecticut center chimney home is looking for new owners.  Original huge center chimney with two fireplaces, wide pine floorboards, dogleg staircase, and timber frame construction with exposed beams is waiting for you!  A beautiful house with original windows, woodwork, and many doors, and a fully finished second floor living space.  This house also includes two additional c. 1929 wings which bring the square footage to almost 2800 square feet of living space.This house must be relocated soon, so interested parties be ready to move quickly.  Preference will be given to State Historic Preservation Offices and museums; price negotiable for private use.  Dismantling, labeling, shipping, documenting, and reconstruction services available.For more information, please visit http://homelesshomes.com/westport.htm or contact Vikki Papesh at Homeless Homes / Historic Preservation LLC via email at historicpreservation@wideopenwest.com or phone at (586) 615-7733.December 2003 Update: This house will be vacated in mid to late March and will be demolished by the end of April if a relocation contract is not secured. This house has not been contemporized and retains so much historic material that it is definitely worthy of preservation.

HPX Alert: 1740 Colonial, Westport

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This beautiful c. 1740 Connecticut center chimney home is looking for new owners. Original huge center chimney with two fireplaces, wide pine floorboards, dogleg staircase, and timber frame construction with exposed beams is waiting for you! A beautiful house with original windows, woodwork, and many doors, and a fully finished second floor living space. This house also includes two additional c. 1929 wings which bring the square footage to almost 2800 square feet of living space.This house must be relocated soon, so interested parties be ready to move quickly. Preference will be given to State Historic Preservation Offices and museums; price negotiable for private use. Dismantling, labeling, shipping, documenting, and reconstruction services available.For more information, please visit http://homelesshomes.com/westport.htm or contact Vikki Papesh at Homeless Homes / Historic Preservation LLC via email at historicpreservation@wideopenwest.com or phone at (586) 615-7733.December 2003 Update: This house will be vacated in mid to late March and will be demolished by the end of April if a relocation contract is not secured. This house has not been contemporized and retains so much historic material that it is definitely worthy of preservation.