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Friday, June 10, 2005

A Sign of the Changing Neighborhood

Joan Raymond has lived in Westport’s Saugatuck Shores area for 45 years and has placed a new lawn sign outside her home to let everyone know what she thinks of the changes to the neighborhood. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


06/10/05 07:04 PM Comments () • Permalink

Thursday, June 02, 2005

New Home Owners Tell All This is NOT a Teardown

The O’Shea family is renovating their new home at 162 Greens Farms Road and put out a sign for all to see that it is NOT a Westport teardown. The property changed hands last month for $1.3 million. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Ron Malone for


06/02/05 04:30 AM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, April 25, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 19 Bermuda Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 19 Bermuda Road in the Saugatuck Shores area. A demolition application is pending. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


04/25/05 03:18 AM Comments () • Permalink

Friday, April 22, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 5 Ambler Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 5 Ambler Road off Turkey Hill Road North. An application for a demolition permit is pending. The house was built in 1955. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


04/22/05 03:26 AM Comments () • Permalink

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Spectator Sport

Several neighborhood kids watched today’s demolition of a house at 17 Turkey Hill Road South in Westport. The house, WestportNow’s teardown of the day on Feb. 24, 2005,  sold last November for $685,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Ron Malone for


04/21/05 03:12 PM Comments () • Permalink

Keeping Watch

Owner/developer Chris Montanero watches as a house comes down today on his property at 17 Turkey Hill Road South. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


04/21/05 02:56 PM Comments () • Permalink

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 8 Reimer Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 8 Reimer Road off of North Avenue. An application for a demolition permit is pending. The house sold last month for $1 million. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


04/20/05 03:20 AM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, April 18, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 2 Marvin Place

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 2 Marvin Place off of Baker Avenue. Demolition got underway this morning. The house, built in 1972, sold last month for $900,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


04/18/05 06:45 PM Comments () • Permalink

Friday, April 15, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 34 Edgewater Hillside

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 34 Edgewater Hillside off Hillspoint Road. Approval of a demolition permit is pending. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/15/05 03:28 AM Comments () • Permalink

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

No Delay Sought in Record $14.6 Million Teardown

The Westport Historic District Commission Tuesday night decided not to request a delay in approval of a demolition permit for 100-102 Beachside Ave. The property sold last month for $14.6 million the most expensive residential property ever sold in Westport. (See WestportNow March 30, 2005) A representative of the owner said about 80 percent of the 1929 main house will be demolished while two pink structures at the entrance that can be seen from the street will not be altered. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) photo


04/13/05 10:52 AM Comments () • Permalink

Today’s Westport Teardown: 11 Darbrook Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 11 Darbrook Road off of Compo Road North. An application has been submitted for a demolition permit for the house built in 1939. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/13/05 03:12 AM Comments () • Permalink

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Coalition Head: Abel Bradley House “Probably Will Be Saved”

Eleanor Dickey, head of a coalition trying to prevent demolition of the Abel Bradley House, told a Westport Public Library audience tonight that she now thinks that the house “probably will be saved,” most likely as part of a larger house on the property. She made the comment at a screening of a partially completed documentary on efforts to save the 200-year-old house but provided no further explanation for her cautious optimism.  (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Larry Untermeyer for


04/12/05 02:16 AM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, April 11, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 22 Tupelo Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 22 Tupelo Road off of Sturges Highway. The property sold this month for $890,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/11/05 03:25 AM Comments () • Permalink

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 22 Burr Farms Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 22 Burr Farms Road. The house, which sold in February for $1.2 million, was built in 1952. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/09/05 05:05 PM Comments () • Permalink

Thursday, April 07, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 351-361 Post Road West

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 351-361 Post Road West. The property, built in the 1950s by the late Westport builder Anthony Conte, includes now-empty retail stores and John’s Best Pizza as a stand-alone building. Conte’s son, Jim, will oversee reconstruction that will include a Peoples Bank and a new home for John’s Best, which has been there since 1966. The site once housed a motel, the White Birch Restaurant (see below), and a Greyhound Bus stop. The demolition application will be considered by the Historic District Commission at its April 12 meeting. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/07/05 10:05 AM Comments () • Permalink

Flashback: Today’s Westport Teardown Years Ago

This 1960s postcard view shows the White Birch Restaurant on Post Road West now occupied by John’s Best Pizza. The property at 351-361 Post Road West is featured as today’s WestportNow teardown of the day. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) File photo


04/07/05 10:02 AM Comments () • Permalink

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Abel Bradley House Site May Contain Prehistoric Indian Remains

Preservationists trying to save the Abel Bradley house on the Westport-Fairfield border say there is an “excellent chance” of prehistoric Indian remains on the site. They say parts of a collection at the Fairfield Historical Society came from a site about a mile downstream from the Bradley House and “make it likely” that people who frequented the site also visited the Bradley House site. This link, they say, may be cause for an archeological site investigation under Westport zoning regulations. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Contributed photo


04/06/05 08:00 PM Comments () • Permalink

Coming Down: 5 Pritchard Lane

The house at 5 Pritchard Lane, featured as WestportNow’s teardown of the day March 10, came down Tuesday. It sold last month for $1,220,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/06/05 10:58 AM Comments () • Permalink

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 82 Roseville Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 82 Roseville Road. An application for a demolition permit for the house, built in 1900, will come under review at a Westport Historic District Commission meeting April 12. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/05/05 03:13 AM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, April 04, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 18 Burr Farms Road

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 18 Burr Farms Road. An application for a demolition permit has been submitted. The home was built in 1954. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/04/05 07:06 PM Comments () • Permalink

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Postscript to a Teardown: 10 Covlee Drive

This teardown at 10 Covlee Drive in the Saugatuck Shores area was featured on Friday’s WestportNow only hours before it was demolished. On hand for the take down Friday were owners Jackie and Howard Mason (2nd and 3rd l) and their mortgage banker, Henry Weeks, from the Westport National Bank (l)—he said he came because he had never seen a house demolished. Howard Mason lived around the corner at 3 Covlee Drive until 1983. He said he always wanted to return to Saugatuck Shores so he bought the one-story, 1,700-square-foot house in October 2004 for $820,000 and plans to replace it with a 3,400-square-foot Colonial. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/02/05 04:18 AM Comments () • Permalink

Friday, April 01, 2005

WestportNow Teardown of the Day: 10 Covlee Drive

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 10 Covlee Drive in the Saugatuck Shores area. Workmen prepare the site for demolition. The property sold last October for $820,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE ) Dave Matlow for


04/01/05 04:09 AM Comments () • Permalink

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Today’s Westport Teardown: 11 Twin Falls Lane

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 11 Twin Falls Lane off of Wilton Road near Merritt Parkway exit 41. An application for a demolition permit is pending. The house, built in 1950, sold last month for $870,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


03/31/05 04:11 AM Comments () • Permalink

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Developer Offers $10,000 to Move Bradley House

The battle between developers and preservationists over the Abel Bradley House on the Westport-Fairfield town line shifted to today’s Westport Town Hall brown bag lunch. Developer Mike Horvath said he would pay $10,000 to move the house off the property. Preservationists said such a move would be difficult. Dave Matlow for


03/30/05 06:47 PM Comments () • Permalink

WestportNow Teardown of the Day: 100 Beachside Ave

Today’s WestportNow teardown is 100 Beachside Ave. The property, which actually is comprised of two parcels at 100-102 Beachside Ave. totaling just over 4.3 acres, changed hands earlier this month for $14.6 million—the most expensive property ever sold in Westport. A demolition application said only portions of the house would be demolished. Because the request concerns a structure more than 50 years old, it will be automatically considered by the Westport Historic District Commission. View is of the rear of the property facing Long Island Sound. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow contributed reporting for this item. photo


03/30/05 04:07 AM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, January 10, 2005

Westport’s First Teardown of 2005: 60 Clapboard Hill Road

Westport’s first teardown of the 2005 was a house at 60 Clapboard Hill Road. The 1920 house (inset) was featured as WestportNow’s teardown of the day on Oct. 27, 2004. The Historic District Commission approved a delay in September in its destruction, but the permit was finally issued Jan. 6. The property changed hands Jan. 3 for $1,345,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for


01/10/05 10:02 PM Comments () • Permalink

Monday, January 03, 2005

Westport Teardowns Jumped 43 Percent in 2004

The number of demolition permits issued in 2004 in Westport jumped 43 percent—to 106 compared to 73 the year before, Building Department figures showed today. 0103054SmmokyLanegone260.jpg
The owner of 4 Smoky Lane demolished a 1951 house last week after building this new home elsewhere on the 1-acre property. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for

Local real estate agents said favorable interest rates plus the shortage of buildable land in the community accelerated the demolitions, which have been featured in WestportNow’s “teardown of the day” series since last October.

In 2002, there were 75 demolition permits issued.

The last demolition permit issued in 2004 was on Dec. 29 for 2 Lowlyn Road, which was featured as WestportNow’s teardown on Nov. 16.

A day before, the department issued a permit for demolition of a home at 4 Smoky Lane, off of Hillspoint Road. The 1951 home, featured by WestportNow Nov. 19, was taken down soon afterward. The owner, meanwhile, had built a new house elsewhere on the 1-acre lot and occupied it in October.


01/03/05 10:19 PM Comments () • Permalink

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