Staten Island, NY
The earliest section of the Billiou-Stillwell-Perine House was constructed in the early 1660s by Pierre Billiou at a time when Staten Island was part of part of the Dutch colony known as New Netherland. Thomas Stillwelll added to the home in the 1680s as did the Perine family, who owned the home until the early 1900s. The Richmond County Savings Foundation funded efforts to create a Historic Structure Report for the house, which is the oldest surviving building on Staten Island and one of the oldest buildings in New York State. SGH performed a condition assessment of the structure, contributed to the report, and recommended repairs.