This property is protected by the Enders family and George and Elizabeth White. This property is also referred to as the “White-Penrose Easement.”
The property borders the Long Island Sound. Meadows and forests of oak and maple make up the northeast portion of the property.
Easements have “the common purpose of conserving the natural values of the protected property and protect the animal, bird and plant population and prevent the use or development of that property for any use.” Easements do not have public access (except where noted); however, one of the missions of the WLT is to preserve open space and protect it from development or any other use that would harm the natural landscape.