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February 28, 2014

Stewardship property for sale in New Canaan, Connecticut

David Webb Jr. House is a rare opportunity to own an important piece of New Canaan’s past. read more...

January 14, 2014

Langdon House garden arches undergo repairs

Historic New England's carpentry crew spent a few days in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, this fall tending to the rose arbor that features prominently in the gardens at Governor John Langdon House. read more...

January 7, 2014

Take a step-by-step look at Arnold House repairs

Historic New England completed repairs to the roof and chimney at Arnold House in Lincoln, Rhode Island. read more...

December 31, 2013

Phillips House columns get timely repairs

When the columns began to show signs of insect damage, Historic New England staff resolved to stop the decay before additional damage could result. read more...

December 12, 2013

Historic New England protects significant ecclesiastical building

All Saints Church in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood is the latest historic property protected through an easement held by Historic New England's Stewardship Easement Program. read more...

October 23, 2013

Field School showcases preservation philosophy

Twenty-three students from historic preservation programs across New England gathered at Historic New England’s Jewett-Eastman House properties. read more...

October 10, 2013

Shaped shingles return to Roseland Cottage

A distinctive feature of the roof replacement project at Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, Connecticut, is the return of the shaped shingle. read more...

September 4, 2013

New book features Historic New England-protected property

The General George Cowles House, one of eighty-seven properties in Historic New England’s Stewardship Easement Program, is featured in a new publication, The Pretty and Proper Living Room, by Holly Holden. read more...

August 30, 2013

Drainage project begins at Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm

At Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm in Newbury, Massachusetts, lack of proper drainage causes significant pooling on the grounds and flooding in all the basements. read more...

August 13, 2013

Storm-damaged garden arch repaired at Hamilton House

The Colonial Revival gardens at the Hamilton House in South Berwick, Maine, are a major attraction for visitors. Last fall, Hurricane Sandy damaged one of the centerpieces, a dramatic arch. read more...