Activism For A New Canaan Farmhouse
Calling themselves the “8 Ferris Associates,” the group, led by Connecticut Trust Board member Tom Nissley, sprung into action. They mustered up enough money to purchase the house for $1.5 million, and then they placed the property on the National Register of Historic Places.
Ferris Hill became the 22nd place in New Canaan with the designation, many of which are mid-century modern homes created by the so-called “Harvard Five” architects.
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