Oldest City Island house on Scofield Street moving for a makeover

The oldest house in City Island is moving its way toward a major makeover. The home at 65 Scofield St. is being relocated about 20

The more than 200-year-old structure will be restored

The more than 200-year-old structure will be restored to its 1800s splendor. (September 19, 2013 11:51 AM)

The oldest house in City Island is moving its way toward a major makeover. The home at 65 Scofield St. is being relocated about 20 feet on the same property as new owners work to preserve the piece of borough history. The structure was built in the 1840s by William Scofield, one of the original settlers of the island, and remained in his family until the 1920s. A family from Arizona now owns it...

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