New York State Registry of Historic Places
The Skinny House of Mamaroneck has been placed on the New York State Registry of Historic Places!
[March, 30th 2015]
Mamaroneck's 'Skinny House' Is Big On Family History
"Sure, it's interesting architecturally -- it measures only 10 feet wide and sits on a 12 ½ foot wide parcel of land -- but for the two women who are descendants of the men behind its history, one in Mamaroneck, and one in Northern Virginia, it's a family story rich in history."
[Source: The Mamaroneck Daily Voice, Jeanne Muchnick | April 8th, 2015]
'Skinny House' could soon be a national historic landmark
"The Seely House, also known as the Skinny House, in Mamaroneck could soon be recognized by the state as a historic landmark. Last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo recommended the property for the National Register of Historic Places."
[Source: News 12 Westchester, April 1st 2015]
In Westchester, a Skinny House With Big Aims Vies for a Spot in History
"The red-shingled house on Grand Street shares several attributes with its neighbors. It has three stories, a full basement, hardwood floors and a neat yard. But one thing has always set this house apart..."
[Source: NY Times, Lisa W. Foderaro | March 29, 2015]
2 Westchester sites win historic recognition
"Two local properties — the Skinny House in Mamaroneck and the Waccabuc Historic District in Lewisboro — were among 22 recommended to be added to the prestigious State and National Register of Historic Places, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office announced on Wednesday."
[Source: Lohud.com, Bill Cary | March 26th, 2015]
[Past Event] The Mamaroneck Historical Society:
Star Spangled Celebration to honor Village Historian, Gloria Poccia Pritts on the occasion of her 90th Birthday
Club Car Restaurant, One Station Plaza, Mamaroneck, New York 10543
[June 30th, 2014]