Does your historic home need a little work?
Most of them do and the State of Connecticut can provide financial help if your house qualifies. The program provides a 30% tax credit, which is converted to a cash payment to the homeowner, for up to $30,000 per dwelling unit for the rehabilitation of owner-occupied buildings. Hundreds of homes in Norwalk qualify for this program.
Your house must be listed in the State or National Register of Historic Places and must be in a qualified census tract. In Norwalk, this includes:
- Golden Hill Historic District
- Camp Street Historic District
- Parts of the Norwalk Green National Historic District
- Hanford Place Historic District: Haviland and Elizabeth Streets
- Roughly bounded by Haviland and Day Streets, Hanford Place and South Main Street
- South Main and Washington Streets Historic District:
- 68-139 Washington Street
- 2-24 South Main Street (East side only)
- 11-15 through 54-60 South Main Street
- Roughly along North Main Street from Washington Street to Ann Street
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