A historic Milford house at 87 Golden Hill St. is being rehabilitated into a three-family house, with a possible fourth unit on the second floor of the rear carriage house, following unanimous Planning and Zoning (P&Z) Board approval of the site plan and granting of a special permit at its Dec. 5 meeting.
Attorney Kevin Curseaden described the property condition as “blighted” due to litigation involving the former owner. Curseaden said the P&Z previously approved three units for the main house, but that approval has expired. The property has a 3,685 square foot three-family house constructed in 1880. He said the carriage house at the rear dates to around 1847.