The Bush - Holley House in Greenwich, CT is a historic building with a history dating back nearly three centuries. Built near a mill pond and Long Island Sound river, the house has witnessed it's fair share of American history throughout it's long history.
Originally owned and operated as a mill by the Bush family, the house was passed down through generations until 1848 when the Holley family bought it outright and converted it into a boarding house for artists and writers. From there the house was passed along to family members until 1957 when the Historical Society of Greenwich bought it and turned it into the museum it is today.
Today the site holds a museum gallery and shop, a post office, and visitor's center.
With its luxury homes and waterfront properties, this town also has an excellent education system and a variety of things to do.
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