The Maplewood home known as Woodside is set to get national attention later this year.
This Old House magazine plans to feature the house later this year.
Word got around after the Maplewood city council voted to authorize City Manager Marty Corcoran to demolish 2200 Bredell Avenue, known as Woodside, at a July 30 council work session.
Doug Houser, who’s known as Maplewood’s unofficial historian, heard about the vote from his friend, Joann Grein, who heard about it from Ward 1 Councilman David Cerven and Corcoran, according to Houser.
Houser had previously been in touch with This Old House Magazine about Woodside being featured as a house to save.
This Old House editor, Paul Hope had considered Woodside, but it was pushed back by houses in more imminent danger of being razed.
Houser again contacted Hope after the Maplewood council vote, and now Hope has said Woodside is set to be featured in the November/December issue, that is, as long as Woodside is still standing.