Pursuing lawful dispute, renovation going forward on 1923 Mizner-designed house

Ashley S. Crofoot

After a extensive-managing dispute with neighbors almost derailed her initiatives to elevate and restore an historic home on South County Street, Ann Desruisseaux is going forward with renovation programs.

Desruisseaux, who is co-trustee of the Desruisseaux land trust that obtained the Venetian-fashion home for $24 million in January 2020, earned unanimous approval from the town’s  Landmarks Preservation Fee past week to make a variety of modifications to the lakefront estate that was designed by Addison Mizner and created in 1923.

Individuals modifications, which include the elimination and relocation of several home windows and doors as well as other additions and reductions, are element of a comprehensive renovation prepare that phone calls for a partial demolition, elevation, additions and a whole restoration of the low-lying residence.

The dwelling, at 800 S. County Highway, is vulnerable to flooding from the Lake Worth Lagoon.

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