Brown Bag Walk Explores North Jefferson Street

Posted on Oct 1, 2014

“Adapting Buildings for Modern Living” is HSF’s focus for the 2014 Brown Bag Discussion series.

HSF will hold its monthly Preservation Brown Bag on Friday, October 3 by conducting a tour of two North Jefferson Street houses. We will meet and begin the tour at 122 North Jefferson Street at noon. Attendees will have the opportunity to walk through and see the results for projects we visited in June 2013. It should be a beautiful afternoon for a walk, so please come join us!

Access is limited because the properties are located on steep lots that require stairs. Please park on West Frederick Street and walk to Jefferson Street. Stay on the sidewalks and please respect the neighboring properties and drives.

122-North-Jefferson122 North Jefferson Street

Owner Marion Ward rescued and stabilized this idyllic 19th Century cottage recognizing its potential as a green rehabilitation project. Marion’s business, Regenerations, LLC, operates with a motto of “Renovate, Recycle, Restore.”

110-North-Jefferson110 North Jefferson Street

William Wright took on saving 110 North Jefferson Street from demolition. This is an 1891 design by Collins and Hackett for P.H. Eubanks, a wholesaler of sash, door blinds, and mouldings.

The Brown Bag Walking Tour is free and open to the public. No reservations required. Please call the HSF office for more information.