Owner Agrees to Keep Old Victorian Windows He Had Sought To Replace - 27 East

Owner Agrees to Keep Old Victorian Windows He Had Sought To Replace

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Architect's rendering of proposed new house at 22 Meadlowlark Lane that the HPARB approved January 27.

Architect's rendering of proposed new house at 22 Meadlowlark Lane that the HPARB approved January 27.

207 Main Street. File Photo

207 Main Street. File Photo

Peter Boody on Jan 31, 2022
After weeks of a back-and-forth with Sag Harbor Village’s Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board, the architect for planned renovations at an historic 18th century house at 207 Main Street... more

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