Georgian townhouse begun in 1769 by Samuel Chase, lawyer and signer of the Declaration of Independence. NHL, NHD.
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22 Maryland Ave
Annapolis, MD
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Rated 3 by Holly W

February 27, 2022

Holly W

Nice to see.

The building and the history are impressive but you can't tour the interior. It's across the street from another site that you can tour. Worth giving it a glance.

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Rated 4 by ZachF247

April 10, 2019


Architectural gem

Impressive and grand colonial house with beautiful interior details. This is still lived in, so the tour area is limited to the main rooms downstairs and it is not set up as a house museum, per se...

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Rated 5 by JohnBCowgill

September 09, 2018


A Hidden Treasure Near the City Heart

Many people may not know about this because it is not in the hustle and bustle section of Annapolis, but it is worth your time to see. Please note that it is only...

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