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Carlisle House (Milford, Delaware)

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Built  1794 (1794)
MPS  Milford MRA
Opened  1794
Added to NRHP  22 April 1982
Built by  West, David
NRHP Reference #  82002364
Area  2,000 m²
Carlisle House (Milford, Delaware)
Location  205 S. Front St., Milford, Delaware
People also search for  Delmarva Peninsula, Delaware Art Museum, Abbott's Mill Nature Center, Adams Wharf

Carlisle House is a historic home located at Milford, Sussex County, Delaware. It was built in 1794, and is a two-story, five bay, frame building with a gable roof with dormers. It has a two-story rear wing and two side wings; one a conservatory and the other a garage. It has a pent roof across the front with a pedimented entrance hood supported by paired Doric order columns. The house was built by a ship's carpenter, David West, and is one of the last surviving artifacts from a once prosperous shipbuilding industry.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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Carlisle House (Milford, Delaware) Wikipedia


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