PECONIC LAND TRUST: CASE HOUSE Re-Location / in Progress ……… NEW 2.5.19


 

>>>>> STILLS OF A HOUSE IN MOTION >>>>> 

 

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Lieutenant Moses Case House & foundation, County Route 48, Southold, January 12, 2019.

Destination of the Lieutenant Moses Case House, circa 1747, to the corner of Horton’s Lane and County Road 48, Southold, locally referred to as Cleo’s Corner. Photo, January 12, 2019. 

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Lieutenant Moses Case House crosses Young’s Avenue, Southold — February 1, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 1, 2019 — Horton’s Lane, Southold. Moses Case House, left side, awaits its final destination, right side at Cleo’s Corner. 

The existing house at Cleo’s Corner — Horton’s Lane & County Road 48 — which was no longer in livable condition, was removed by SPC Landscape Contracting and the site prepared for a new foundation that will support the Case House. The next two phases include the move of the Case House (about half a mile) followed by a restoration of the exterior of the building to its historic beginnings and a renovation of the interior to provide for functional living space.

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Project Team: Dan Heston, Senior Manager of Agricultural Programs, Holly Sanford, Project Manager, Brendan Minogue, Land Steward & The Kazel Family, owners of Dawn Movers.

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Photographs © Jeff Heatley, on assignment for the Peconic Land Trust. 

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