What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich?

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Next for the Wrecking Ball: 1910 Shore Colonial in Old Greenwich

9 Keofferam Rd, What's Next for the Wrecking Ball

An application has been submitted to the Dept of Public Works Buildings division to demolish a home at 9 Keofferan Road in Old Greenwich. The single family home, located south of the village, was built in 1910. The owner is Carol Zuckert of Old Greenwich. Because the home was built before 1940, a written letter of objection submitted to the Building Division of DPW will trigger an additional 45 day stay of demolition. The home last sold on August 11, 2017 from Roni Rogers to 9 Keofferam Road LLC for $1,740,000.  9 Keofferam Road LLC is registered to Carol Zuckert. Continue Reading →

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What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? 1908 House by Julian Curtiss

A new sign outside 7 Connecticut Ave indicates this green house built in 1908, a stone’s throw from Julian Curtiss School, will be next for the wrecking ball. The three bedroom, two bath home is 1,730 square ft. Just down the road, 84 Connecticut Ave, built in1921, was brought to its knees on Jan. 20. See also:

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PHOTOS: What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? Buena Vista in Hillcrest Park

Time’s almost up for Buena Vista, which many locals refer to as The Castle. The 11,200 sq ft red tile roofed Spanish style mansion was built in at the turn of the 2oth century and sits at the end of a long undulating driveway. That it is slated for the wrecking ball is hardly a surprise as it was allowed to fall into disrepair and was priced for the value of its land — around $6.3 million for nearly 10 acres. Buena Vista sits on what was once a farm. A farmhouse was removed to make way for a more grand footprint. Continue Reading →

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P&Z Commissioners on Demolition of John Knapp House, c 1760: Loss of Greenwich History vs ‘Not so Pretty’

The Planning & Zoning commission discussed ground water quality of the proposed 11,000 sq ft home proposed to replace the 1760 John Knapp House off Round Hill Rd. One commissioner lamented the loss of Greenwich History. One commissioner opined that the house isn’t pretty at all. Continue Reading →

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