The Jackson-Nealy House at 211 Hurlbutt Street has joined the Asa Olmstead House at 105 Old Belden Hill Road on the Historic District & Historic Property Commission’s list of demolition delays.
The commission placed a 90-day delay on the late 18th Century home on Hurlbutt Street after its owners submitted a demolition request last month, Chair Kevin Quinlan told The Bulletin.
The late 18th Century five-room home sits on 2.68 acres of land and contains three bedrooms, one bathroom, three fireplaces and an open porch, according to Vision Appraisal.
In 2013, the property’s land value was assessed at $327,040 and appraised at $467,200, according to Vision Appraisal, and the property received a total appraisal value of $512,700 and a total assessed value of $358,890 that year.
The property is one of the historic Wilton homes listed in the 1989 Wilton Architectural Survey, written by architectural historian Mary E. McCahon.
According to the survey, the home is set into a hill on a fieldstone foundation that not only “permits a walkout ground level on the front elevation,” but also “contributes to the historic character” of Hurlbutt Street.