Historic Homeowner News
This year is the fiftieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Historic New England protects ninety-nine privately owned properties.
A longtime Historic Homeowner member recently welcomed fellow members inside her eighteenth-century house.
Historic Homeowner members visited the Parish of All Saints in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood. The church is part of Historic New England's Preservation Easement Program.
Peabody-Williams House is the ninety-seventh property in the Historic New England Preservation Easement Program.
For the first time since its construction in 1937, the Hoover House in Lincoln, Massachusetts, is offered for sale.
An eighteenth-century house and farm protected by a Historic New England preservation easement is currently for sale in Massachusetts.
Sally Zimmerman shares tips for minimizing winter damage as snow melts.
Owners of old houses must be extra-vigilant to minimize storm damage.
Historic New England and Boston Building Resources (BBR) recently teamed up at BBR's Roxbury headquarters for an Old House Doctor drop-in clinic.
For the first time since its construction in 1963, Flansburgh House in Lincoln, Massachusetts, is for sale.
Historic Homeowner members got a special sneak peak at one of the original Six Moon Hill houses in Lexington, Massachusetts.
This month, Historic New England ran a radio contest and the main prize was an on-site consultation with Senior Preservation Services Manager Sally Zimmerman.
On May 31, the Cambridge Historical Commission recognized the 2013 Cambridge Preservation Award winners for their outstanding contributions to the preservation of the city’s architectural heritage.
Historic New England, in partnership with the Trustees of Reservations, recently finalized an agreement to protect 15.6 acres of the historic and scenic Langwater property, owned by the Oliver F. Ames family, in Easton, Massachusetts.
One of the oldest houses in Brookline, Massachusetts, is the eighty-fifth privately owned historic property and the first property in Brookline protected through Historic New England’s Stewardship Easement Program.
Sally Zimmerman, Historic New England's senior preservation services manager, presented to a standing-room-only audience at the 2013 Old House Trade Show.
It's not too late! With winter just around the corner and forecasts predicting colder weather and a chance of snow, it's time to make sure your home is ready for the season.
The Russell-Ekstrom House in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, is the most recent historic property protected through a preservation easement held by Historic New England in its Stewardship Easement Program.
The Little Orchard House in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., is for sale. The house is an important example of the Colonial Revival movement, which aimed to interpret and restore seventeenth-century domestic architecture.