During the past few months, you may have noticed something missing in downtown Woodstock. No, I’m not referring to the old town mural; a new one was created on Mill Street. And I’m not referring to the building on the corner of Mill and Main streets that was recently taken down. I’m talking about something much older.
The Reeves House, which had been abandoned for decades, sadly had to be demolished a few months ago. In years past, you could see it at the end of Elm Street. In recent times, it was a focal point on the Noonday Creek Trail. For years, it had been part of the plans of Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, which owns the property. A great deal of time and effort was spent raising funds to restore the building as a part of the planned artist village. However, fate had a different plan.
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