Back in the day, like last week, for example, this circa 1910 colonial home was a relic of the Hildreth Family, specifically Robert Sweezy Hildreth, who used to operate a blacksmith shop right here on Halsey Lane. But that all ended last the summer when the property sold for $962,500 to a builder under the name Farmers Only Daughter LLC. Kind of a dreary name, no? Since then, Southampton Patch reports that the spec builder has demolished the property and plans to build "something larger and generic and void of the historic character" in its place. Sounds delightful, and also like the builder stole a page from this home's playbook.
· And the Latest Historic Property To Be Demolished Is... [SH Patch]
· Listing: 102 Halsey Lane [Corcoran]