The Chaffinch House -- Easton, Maryland
The stately Chaffinch House was built in 1894 and is one of the Easton’s most striking examples of Queen Anne Victorian style. Named after original owner William P. Chaffinch, the sprawling 3,000 square-foot mansion remained in the Chaffinch family until it was sold by William’s daughter Louise in 1943. Later owners turned the seven-bedroom house into a bed and breakfast, which is now in the midst of an elegant renovation. The house’s unique design consists of a wrap-around porch with custom railings, key-hole windows, oriels protruding from the walls, fishscale shingles, gables, and an octagonal turret with a tall peaked roof. The 3.5-story house also comes with a fenced-in backyard and a one-car garage. Price: $439,500... Read More →
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