Entertaining with an Historical Flair
A Gothic Revival manor house on Londonderry’s grounds, built at the end of the Civil War for a surgeon in the U.S. Navy, is one of only a few residentially-commissioned asymmetrical villa-style houses designed by the prominent architect Richard Upjohn. Built of Port Deposit granite, the 4200 square foot house boasts an open floor plan, designed for elegant entertaining and comfortable country living on the Tred Avon River. The house’s three comfortable designer guest rooms are available for rent to accommodate overnight guests of Londonderry residents. Non-residents are able to rent public spaces in the manor house for special events.
First floor amenities: large dining room, sitting room, breakfast room, kitchen, powder room, a billiards room, and a large waterfront screened porch.
Second floor amenities: three rooms with two full bathrooms. The Rhodes has a queen-sized bed, The Pinkney has two twin beds and the Armstrong has a king-sized bed.
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