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Havens House Restoration And Addition Is a Passion Project Completed

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Havens House.

Havens House.

An interior room in the restored Havens House

An interior room in the restored Havens House courtesy photo

William and Elizabeth Pederson in 1959.

William and Elizabeth Pederson in 1959. courtesy photo

The Pederson family.

The Pederson family. Courtesy photo

The Havens House

The Havens House

An interior in the renovated and restored Havens House.

An interior in the renovated and restored Havens House. Michael Moran

William Pederson reviews plans with members of the Shelter Island Historical Society.

William Pederson reviews plans with members of the Shelter Island Historical Society. courtesy photo

authorMichelle Trauring on Apr 13, 2020
When architect William Pedersen considers the Havens House, what he sees is a historic document — one worthy of study, admiration and a life even longer than the 277 years... more

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