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The circa-1874 Greek revival William T. Graves House on Liberty Street and Boston Post Road used to serve as a small gas station and candle shop. (Photo courtesy of the Madison Historical Society )
Oakledge, an 1897 Swiss chalet-style home on Island Avenue, was named for an ancient oak tree that once grew on the property. The house was built on an estate that originally included all the land on both sides of Island Avenue from the Boston Post Road to Long Island Sound. (Photo courtesy of the Madison Historical Society )
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The Madison Historical Society will host its seventh annual Tour of Remarkable Homes on Sunday, June 23, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The self-guided tour will feature three historic homes and two contemporary homes. One landmark property once served as a local gas station, and another was the backdrop for summer plays and legendary Halloween parties. One of the two contemporary homes hugs the banks of the Neck River, and the other lies just steps from Long Island Sound.
Sponsors include Coldwell Banker, Page Taft/Christie’s, William Raveis, and William Pitt Sothebys.
Tour tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door and can be purchased at Walker Loden locations, online at www.madisonhistory.org, or by calling 203-245-4567. A program book with a map of the featured properties can be collected the morning of the event at 14 Meetinghouse Lane on Madison’s historic green. All proceeds benefit the Madison Historical Society and support its mission of preserving and protecting the town’s rich cultural and architectural history.
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