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Clay's Hope

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Built  1783 (1783)
Opened  1783
Added to NRHP  31 October 1979
NRHP Reference #  79001142
Area  15 ha
Clay's Hope
Location  Bellevue Rd, Bellevue, Maryland

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Clay's Hope is a historic home in Bellevue, Talbot County, Maryland, United States. It is a 2 12-story, 3-bay Flemish bond brick house with the gable roof, built around 1783. Also standing on the property is an array of outbuildings including the last known tobacco house to survive in Talbot County; a frame structure built around 1800. Other structures include a smokehouse-like frame structure built as an implement storage building and an early-19th-century gable-roofed structure with built-in seats that has been converted into a gazebo. A small Harrison family cemetery is also on the property.

Clay's Hope was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

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Clay's Hope Wikipedia


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