Promoting the protection
of our town’s historic properties

Stoneybrooke

Protected 2003 

The Jeremiah Mead House is architecturally significant for two reasons. It is important primarily because of its original 1751 section that is one of only a few structures of this age remaining in the Town of Greenwich. Go to All Properties page to learn more.

charles green house

Protected 2005 

The Charles Green House is architecturally significant primarily because of its original c1742 core and its 18th century barn, and secondarily for its sensitive mid-20th century additions that incorporated salvaged elements from a number of structures, mostly colonial in origin. Go to All Properties page to learn more.

Gershom lockwood III house

Protected 2016 

This house is one of the twelve oldest houses in Greenwich and has maintained sufficient architectural integrity to serve as relatively intact example of houses constructed up until 1750. Go to All Properties page to learn more.

french farm

Protected 2012 

The six buildings of French Farm form a compact and well-proportioned complex that appears to have evolved over a number of years but in fact was deliberately designed as such by the architect. Go to All Properties to learn more.

round hill / John Street historic district

Protected 1987 

This district is particularly significant as an illustration of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century institutional development in the particular socio-economic context of backcountry Greenwich. Go to All Properties page to learn more.

strickland Road historic district

Protected 1978 

The Strickland Road Historic District is architecturally significant as a small cohesive, residential community distinguished by its architectural variety and excellent state of preservation. Go to All Properties page to learn more.

Stanwich historic District

Protected 2008 

This Historic District reflects the area’s growth from a rural parish in the 18th century, to a village center with schools, shops and a post office in the 19th century and finally, into a residential area in the 20th century. Go to All Properties page to learn more.