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Teackle Mansion

Teackle Mansion

The 200-year old Teackle Mansion was residence to the influential Littleton Dennis Teackle of the early 19th century.

A symbol of early Americans’ determination to build a new nation, a new economy, and a lasting legacy, the Teackle Mansion is a stalwart, 200-year-old house in the quaint county seat of Princess Anne, Somerset County, Maryland. The 10,000-square-foot, neoclassical brick structure stands as a historical centerpiece for this courthouse town and tells the story of the role and lifestyles of Maryland and Virginia gentry during the formative years of the new republic. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, its superior quality and prominent architectural style truly distinguish it as one of America’s national treasures.

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