Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: 1762 Rathbun-Coe House

An application has been submitted from Nina Frandson to the Dept of Public Works Buildings Division to demolish a single family house at 116 Pecksland Rd in Greenwich.

The Rathbun-Coe House, a landmark recognized by the Greenwich Historical Society through its house plaque program, was built in 1762 and sits on two acres. It originally served as the creamery for the Peck Estate.

Recent advertising copy describes the house as a “special and exquisite 5 bedroom home offers the charm and detail of the 1700s paired with the sophistication of modern living including a spa-like master bathroom, updated kitchen and full house generator.”

There is a heated pool, small barn, a well and a brook.

The property sold from Antika USA to Nina Frandson on Oct 28, 2021 for $1,700,880.

Previously it sold for sold from George and Mary Bell to Antika USA on June 1, 2017 for $1,920,000.

End of the 45 day wait period is Dec 13, 2021.

First date permit is eligible for issuance is Dec 14, 2021.

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.

Further information concerning this pending application may be obtained by contacting the DPW-Division of Buildings 203-622-775

The Coe-Rathbun House on Pecksland Road. Contributed photo

See also:

Up to the Minute Greenwich Property Transfers, Nov 1-3, 2021