YORKTOWN, N.Y. – The historic Croft home will stand for at least a few more months as the board of directors for Teatown Lake Reservation has decided to delay decision-making on the home until an assessment of the property is complete, reports lohud .
Teatown plans to complete a capital needs and resources assessment of the property by the middle or end of 2016, according to the report.
Teatown had initially planned to tear down the home and sell parts of the home to bidders, according to lohud.
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