9: MacPheadris–Warner House
Founded in 1716 and the main method of getting by of the chateaus that lined Daniel Street in frontier days, the Warner House is best known to building historians for the most established paintings in America that are still standing. The wall paintings line the lobby stairway, and all through the house are outstanding cases of cut moldings and wood framing. Adding to its significance, the house additionally contains the primary example of Queen Anne furniture known to have been made in America, a Sherburne high trunk dating from 1733. This is a piece of an extraordinary accumulation of early Portsmouth furniture and pictures. For a long time, the Georgian block house was the home of eras of a similar group of shippers, commanders, and a governor.
Address: 150 Daniel St, Portsmouth, NH 03802