“Sherwood” is a famous name in Westport.
The seagoing family — which included triplets — have a state park, diner, drive, lane and connector named for them.
They are most closely connected with Greens Farms. But they lived all over town.
So which “Sherwood House,” built in 1808, was last week’s Photo Challenge? (Click here to see.)
Bruce Salvo, Wendy Schaefer, Bobbie Herman, Derek Fuchs, Andrew Colabella, Janice Strizever and Sal Liccione all knew: the building that is now Spotted Horse Tavern.
It was moved a few feet from its original location on Church Lane, during the Bedford Square project. But the plaque attests to its history — even if most patrons, intent on snagging a table or seat at the bar, never see it.
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