Who would have thought that three homes built in the Greek Revival style by the master builder, Major William A. Jennings, could be found in the tiny hamlet of Orange (pop. only 10,670 in 1850)? The style, harkening back to classic Greek architecture, was appreciated in the mid-1800s for being an expression of local nationalism and civic virtue, free of aristocratic and church associations. In addition, Spotswood Lodge, an 1850s farmhouse recently converted into a bed and breakfast, is open for tour.
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time: 10am- 5pm
Cost: Advance ticket price: $30, Day of tour: $35
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