A kettle pond in the National Seashore near the Weidlinger House. All four of the Trust’s houses are in this national park in unspoiled natural landscapes.
The Trust was founded in 2007 as a grassroots organization with the mission of preventing the demolition of a group of significant modern houses owned by the National Park Service, and of renovating and repurposing these structures as loci for new creativity and scholarship.
Since 2010 we have hosted over 60 artist/scholars including architects, composers, film makers, researchers, academics and visual artists of many kinds. Our hope is to continue the tradition of living and working, in these remote pine woods, which thrived here in the mid 20th century.