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This house dates back a few centuries. It was owned by Mary Thacher who was a remarkable woman and philanthropist. She collected many antiques which are on display in the house. These include 2 chairs that are originals from the Plymouth colony. Well worth a...More
This house is one of 36 properties owned by Historic New England. Check their webiste for hours/days open as those times are limited. But, this house (moved about 6 miles from it's original location) was purchased and reassembled on current its site. Many interesting historic...More
The Winslow Crocker House was moved to its present location in Yarmouth Port, MA, in 1936 by antique collector and preservationist, Miss Mary Thatcher. There are fine architectural details in every room of this shingled two story house built around 1780. It was obviously built...More