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Westport 2013 Historic Preservation Awards Announced

The Westport Historic District Commission has selected the recipients of the 2013 Historic Preservation Awards. Among the winners is the former Post Office at 154 Post Road E., now home to  Post 154, a restaurant.
The Westport Historic District Commission has selected the recipients of the 2013 Historic Preservation Awards. Among the winners is the former Post Office at 154 Post Road E., now home to Post 154, a restaurant. Photo Credit: File: Vanessa Inzitari

WESTPORT, Conn. -- The Westport Historic District Commission has selected the recipients of the 2013 Historic Preservation Awards. The award is given to those who have restored or rehabilitated a historic house while retaining the character and style of the original.

The awards will be presented by First Selectman Gordon F. Joseloff, Historic District chair Francis Henkels, and members of the Historic District Commission at a ceremony on Oct. 30, at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall auditorium.

Following are the nine recipients:

28 Clinton Ave. (Rehabilitation) Fillow-Wall House c. 1910 Victorian Eclectic style Lisa Miceli

38 Compo Road N. (Barlow Cutler Wotton Award for Architecture) Hurlbutt-Whitney House c.1715 Cape style Kevin Huelster and Katherine Kamen

154 Post Road E. (Adaptive Reuse) Old United States Post Office c. 1935 Art Deco Ansley Westport Partners, LLC (Alon Panovka) Post 154 LLC (Joe Kelly) Beinfield Architects

Compo Mill Cove Island House (Restoration) Vernacular Style c. 1747 Jeff Northrop

2 Old Mill Road (Rehabilitation) Beach Cottage c. 1927 Tracy Dwyer

80 Wright St. (Helen Muller Preservation Award for a property in a local historic district) Allen Renoud House c. 1854 Greek Revival Michele Cosentino and Ari Greenman

39 West Parish Road (Rehabilitation) Vernacular, c. 1894 Brittany and Jonathan Steel

69 Morningside Drive South (Reconstruction) John Couch House c. 1859 Gable-ended Italianate, David Mayo and Carol Quinn

651 Post Road E. (Preservation and Adaptive Reuse) Terrain James Smith, Director of Store Planning and Development

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