The East Greenwich Historic District is a historically significant area in the downtown East Greenwich of the area. It is roughly bounded by the Peirce, Kenyon, London, and Division Streets, as well as by the Greenwich Cove and Dark Entry Brook.
The area is historically significant for having been around for more than three centuries already. As East Greenwich was settled in 1677, some structures from the first times that houses were built on the colony still stand today, or at least have some remnants in today?s buildings. The town has its own historic district commission, designed to preserve the heritage of East Greenwich, making it easier for the owners of the historic structures to maintain their properties. A very informational guide helping residents to apply for the historic commission?s sponsorship is available online.
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