Celebrating the historic beauty of Westfield's homes over time, Westfield’s HPC introduces “Then and Now” on social media.

Kicking off the series is the Walter J. Lee House on S. Euclid Avenue. Built in 1906, this Colonial Revival Shingle Style home was one of the original houses in the Terrace Park neighborhood which encompassed 100 acres from Harrison to Tremont Avenues.  Lee was publisher of The Westfield Leader and a local real estate developer.

The home's 2002 renovation received awards from the Westfield Historic Preservation Commission as well as the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It was also featured in the Old House Journal.

Do you have Then & Now photos of your old home? Send them to HPC@westfieldnj.gov with a few lines about its history, or go to www.facebook.com/WestfieldHPC.