Thomas Lyon House

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P&Z Watch: Plans for Historic Thomas Lyon House, Gateway to Greenwich, Well Received by Commission

Thomas Lyon House, a Colonial Saltbox that was first constructed circa 1690 by Thomas Lyon Jr, son of Thomas Lyon, and grandson-in-law to Governor John Winthrop was also the site of the early abolitionist movement in Greenwich. It is considered to be the oldest unaltered structure in Greenwich. Continue Reading →

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