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Lilburn (Ellicott City, Maryland)

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Year built  1857
Lilburn (Ellicott City, Maryland)
Location  3899 College Avenue Ellicott City, Maryland
Architectural style  Gothic Revival architecture

Lilburn Mansion, also known as the Balderstones Mansion or Hazeldene is a historic home located in Ellicott City, Howard County, Maryland.

The site of the structure is on an original 2500 acre land grant named the Valley of Owen. The gothic revival mansion was built on College avenue for Baltimore foundry owner Richard Henry Hazelhurst in 1857. The house has architectural features that included a bell tower and solarium. A 1923 fire destroyed the front parlor and interior. The original 20 acres site has been subdivided down to 8 acres with the guesthouse and carport outbuildings demolished.

In later years, the mansion has been popularized by haunted house storytellers.


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