What’s Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich? 1850 Glenville Single Family

267 Weaver Street in Glenville

267 Weaver Street in Glenville, Jan. 15, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

A demolition sign has gone up in front of 267 Weaver Street in Glenville. The house was built in 1850, with an accessory garage built in 1930. It has six rooms including two bedrooms and one bathroom and sits on .3520 acres.

The Zoning is R-7 single family according to records in the Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall.

The house last sold in 1994 for $140,000 from Alton and Josephine Fox to Josephine Fox. According to assessor’s records the house transferred to Peter A Fox on Jan 22, 2014 for $0.

On Dec. 29, Patrick Fox filed an application at town hall to demolish the house with the contractor Servidio Landscaping LLC for an estimated fee of $15,000.

 

267 Weaver Street in Glenville, Jan. 15, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

267 Weaver Street in Glenville, Jan. 15, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

267 Weaver Street in Glenville, Jan. 15, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

267 Weaver Street in Glenville, Jan. 15, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

 

See also:

Audi Gets P&Z Okay to Move the Historic 1725 John Addington House

Future of 88 South Water Street Discussed: Residential? Commercial? Water-Related?

Up to the Minute Greenwich Property Transfers, Jan. 11, 2016

Up-to-the-Minute Greenwich Property Transfers, Jan 7, 2016


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  • Helen keller

    I’m so glad that the Foxes will be adding to the beautification of this wonderful town…. And they are both hard working Greenwich town employees. Congratulations and thanks for making Greenwich great again:)

  • Anne Sullivan

    For some, new is beautiful. For others, preserving the past is beautiful. It is unfortunate that the town does not have a more coordinated plan to help protect old buildings.