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Godlington Manor, Chestertown, Kent County, MD

Godlington Manor, Chestertown, Kent County, MD

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Summary

Significance: The only known dwelling on the Eastern Shore with stenciled walls. // Late 18th - early 19th c. Frame, horizontal siding. 1 1/2 stories; rectangular plan; side 1 1/2 story gabled wing. Gambrel roof; interior end chimneys; full width front shed porch; boxwood garden. Four rooms with wall stenciling (from 1800-1830) featuring polka dots, dentils and daisies, urns and sunbursts.
Survey number: HABS MD-868

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Barber, Douglas, photographer
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Location

Chestertown39.21887, -76.06900
Google Map of 39.21886629999999, -76.0690036
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No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/114_habs.html

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