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Historic Trumbull home hits market for $749K

Built in 1760, the 3,196-square-foot house is named after one of the grandsons of John Mallett, a French native who emigrated to the U.S. with a group of Huguenots in 1691.

Oldest home in Darien, Pond-Weed House, hits market at $725K

Originally built in 1730, the home is also known as the “House under the Hill” for its location at 2591 Post Road, which is on the edge of town at the corner of Boston Post and Hollow Tree Ridge roads.

Stamford’s Marion Castle listed for $4.49M

Marion Castle was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

New Canaan’s Waveny House added to National Register of Historic Places

Soap opera fans may recognize its exterior as Cortlandt Manor on the long-running series “All My Children.”

Bridgeport’s Freeman Houses named among Most Endangered Historic Places

Bridgeport's Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses, the last surviving structures of the Little Liberia community, were named by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as among America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.

History, not floods, could sink Ossining redevelopment

Developers on the Ossining riverfront adjust for post-Sandy floods but could be sunk by historic landmarking.