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Beauchamp House

Beauchamp House
Beauchamp House
Nearest city Westover, Maryland

38°5′26″N 75°42′23″W / 38.09056°N 75.70639°W / 38.09056; -75.70639Coordinates: 38°5′26″N 75°42′23″W / 38.09056°N 75.70639°W / 38.09056; -75.70639

Built 1710
Governing body Private
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Added to NRHP August 09, 1984

The Beauchamp House, also known as Washburn House or Long Farm, is a historic home located at Westover, Somerset County, Maryland, United States. It is a 1 12-story brick-ended hall / parlor frame house standing at the head of the Annemessex River. The main house was built in two stages, beginning with a hall-plan house, built about 1710–1730. During the second half of the 18th century, the structure was enlarged by the addition of two downstairs rooms, which were later consolidated into one.[2]

The Beauchamp House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.[1]


External links

  • Beauchamp House, Somerset County, including photo from 1983, at Maryland Historical Trust

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