Late 1920’s South Windsor House Recommended for Building Heritage Registry
Thursday February 16th, 2012
Posted at 2:15pm
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A two and a half story house — one of the first in the South Windsor area — has been recommended by Windsor’s Heritage Committee to be placed on the City’s Heritage Registry.
The house was constructed in 1928 when Dougall and Cabana were just simple roads and planning began for various developments in South Windsor. Most development in South Windsor took place two decades later in the 1950s.
The 2.5 story brick and stucco house has a wood shingle roof and has a unique characteristic for the area.
As a result of being placed on the Heritage Register, property owners looking to demolish must give the City of Windsor sixty days notice and have demolition approved by City Council.