Sunday, June 29, 2014

Thomas Lee House

East Lyme, CT

Recently a number of historic homes in East Lyme, CT had open houses, and I plan to feature some photos from my visits to this homes.  Pictured here is the Thomas Lee House, parts of which date back to 1660, making it one of the oldest wood-framed homes in Connecticut.  It was owned by the Lee family for over 200 years and now is maintained by the East Lyme Historical Society.


  1. What an amazing house that was 116 years old during the Revolutionary War. Surprising any building survived so long. The Lee family must have taken good care of it.

  2. It looks a simple home. They weren't on for adornment, or gardens!