In 2004, Mark and Susan Congdon purchased the Abel Post Homestead, a historic 1832 cobblestone situated in West Henrietta. With the help of historic decorator Glenda Barcklow and 42 subcontractors, this beautifully restored Federalist style home now serves as headquarters for The Horizon Group. The restoration earned the Town of Henrietta Beautification Award in 2006. The charming and relaxed atmosphere of this special office provides a comfortable setting for important conversations. A hidden room (pictured below) and tunnel found during an 1890's renovation by the Stanton family furthered the belief that the Post Homestead was a stop on The Underground Railroad. We are proud to be located in such a historic location, and Mark has cultivated a small museum in the basement featuring artifacts from history relevant to the house. For nearly 200 years the cobblestone has anchored the historic village of West Henrietta.
In 2010, Terry Muchler purchased his beautiful brick office in Dansville. Centrally located on Main Street, the property was constructed in 1849 by Captain William Perine when there were just four families in the town. It later housed one of the town's first physicians. Coincidentally, this office was also rumored to be a stop on the Underground Railroad.
In 2015 the investment arm of The Horizon Group, Horizon Advisory Services, moved into a house across from the cobblestone on West Henrietta Road. This renovated 1916 farmhouse was part of the famed Tirabassi Farm.