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Somers Mansion, Somers Point

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Somers Mansion is a historic house at Shore Road and Somers Point Circle in Somers Point, Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States.

It was built in 1725 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.

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  • Don't miss see the three stories of this historic house owned by the founders and namesakes of Somers Point.  more »
  • The Somers Mansion in Somers Point is the original home of the Richard Somers family. It is the headquarters of the Somers Point Historical Society. It is fascinating to go through the history of...  more »
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  • History is always of great interest to me. So when I see those brown historic signs I pull over and enjoy the tiny little peak of the past. This was one of those happy moments. What a lovely way to enjoy history.
  • This is a location easily accessible and quite in plain view from anywhere near it. The single historic location is quite simple, having several pieces on loan from the Atlantic County Historical Society. This is truly an old home for this area. If you have children, I would recommend them seeing how it was back then. It is in need of some TLC and should be mainted for years to come. There is a 360° tour on Google Maps.

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