Charles Carroll House reviews
Great historical significance as it is the home of a Declaration signer, but the interior house itself is not one of the more impressive ones in Annapolis. Basically, it is unfurnished and the... more »
The Georgian home of the historic Carroll Family. Acquired by Charles Carroll the Settler. If you study the foundations you will see the progression of additions to the house as the family grew in number, wealth, and prominence during the early history of English settlement in North America. Inside, the lower level of the house has some rooms with exposed walls and ceilings. You can view the building methods and tool marks on the massive timbers lumbered on the property to construct the home and enhance it from 1701 through 1856. Charles Carroll of Carrollton (in Annapolis we call him “the Signer”) the Settler’s grandson, was the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence and survived longer than any other. Visit Historic Annapolis’ website for more details. Visit Annapolis to walk through history. Annapolis welcomes visitors. Please remember, only bridges and boats honk. Drive gently, patiently, and politely through our colonial streets. They were built for horses.
Such a great place of history and so nice to see it preserved!
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