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Trip Advisor Historic home though some furnishings unexplained
Jul 22, 2012 by: PalmTree49 from West Palm Beach, Florida
This home has a memorable staircase and an interesting history. Our guide didn't know the purpose of an urn with a faucet that was part of a sideboard[?]. it would have been nice to know what was the function of that piece.



Trip Advisor Lovely
Jun 06, 2012 by: Ann P from Mahwah
Beautiful building and grounds. Try and see this house when you visit.



Trip Advisor A Wonderful, Still Lived-in Historic House
Apr 28, 2012 by: jrepok from Easton, MD
The Chase-Lloyd House has some wonderful historic and architectural feature and is in fantastic shape--especially since the house has been lived-in to the present day. Visitors can only tour the first floor public rooms since the upper floors are occupied by elderly ladies. The house is well-worth visiting!



Trip Advisor Beautiful house and grounds
Dec 15, 2011 by: Jenny C from Annapolis, Maryland
The interior is beautiful with beautiful furniture. Outside is a wonderful rose garden. They will sell you seeds from their hyacinth bean vines. It would be great to see more historic mansions used as homes for nice old ladies and the like.



Trip Advisor Best-kept secret in Annapolis!
Apr 24, 2009 by: dagensblommor from Annapolis, MD
The Chase-Lloyd home was built by Samuel Chase, signer of the Declaration of Independence. The interior is original and has a rare cantilever staircase in addition ot many other features. It is open to the public from 2-4 every day but Monday and costs $2 to visit. The hours are short because it's also a home for elderly ladies to "escape the vicissitudes of life." What many people don't know however is that behind the house and hidden to the public is a fabulous garden that encompasses about a third of an acre. If you hit it right (Mayish) you'll see the allee of tree peonies that lead to a wisteria pagoda sheltering a little pond. Lots of benches and lots of shade, so bring your sandiwich and make this your lunchtime visit!!!


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