The late 18th century Samuel Hutton House boasts wood siding and period windows, five bays wide. It is comprised of two separate dwellings: the Chesapeake Yellow (left section, including the front door) built in 1798 for Mr. Samuel Hutton. And, a right section, painted in a softer yellow hue, built separately in the mid-19th century. The two were combined and renovated during the mid-1950s when they were owned by Archibald and Claudelle Coates. The Coates owned the property until 1977. Governor Francis Nicholson owned the properties in the late 17th century; Thomas Bordley in the 18th century; and Charles Wallace in the 1770~s. Today, this incredible Historic Home has been fully renovated and meticulously cared for. 3 Bedrooms. 3 Baths. 4 Fireplaces with unique mantles and surrounds. Original Wood Floors. Loft above the Kitchen. Second Floor Deck. Brick Patio. Screened Porch. Cellar. Attic. Historic Designation.
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Listing information last updated on July 17th, 2019 at 9:45am CDT.