This Week in Chester History

In 1986, a farmhouse was put on the market for $1. Otherwise known as the Nathaniel Terry home, the structure was to be razed to make way for a 65 home development but was saved after members of the Chester Historical Society attended the Planning Board hearings. Kathy Caviston of Weichert Realtors, the agency listing the home, said “Someone who really appreciates history must buy the home.”


Source: The Observer-Tribune