The historic Lieutenant Moses Case House inched closer to its new location at the southwest corner of Horton’s Lane and County Road 48. The 1700s-era home was transported across Youngs Avenue Friday on its way to Cleo’s Corner where it will be restored and turned into living space for participants of the Peconic Land Trust’s Farms for the Future Initiative. READ
A historic 1700s-era home will find a new life in Southold.
The Peconic Land Trust is preparing the site at the southwest corner of Horton’s Lane and County Road 48, known as Cleo’s Corner, for the relocation of the Lieutenant Moses Case House in November.
A new foundation will be poured to support the Case House, which is currently located a half-mile away, just east of Southold Square on Route 48. READ