heir·loom
   ˈe(ə)rˌlo͞om/
    noun
    noun: heirloom, a treasured object that
    has been passed down from generation
    to generation.



The Anthony Turner House ~ Circa 1803
The Anthony Turner House ~ 2520 East Franklin S
treet
The Anthony Turner House ~ 2520 East Franklin S
treet
The Anthony Turner House is the
oldest surviving home in Church
Hill.

Captain Anthony Turner and his
wife Lucy purchased the block where the home sits in April of 1803.


Captain Turner was a master brick
mason with his own foundry and a builder. The home was most likely completed in 1806 and first appeared on the census in 1810.

Altered in the 1950's, the homes
original features have been
faithfully restored.

Completion ~ July 2014.


Nominated, Best Residential Renovation 2014

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The Richardson House ~ Circa 1845


Runner Up ~ Best Residential Renovation 2011

The Richardson House circa 1845 was built by
Abner and Elizabeth Richardson as their personal residence. 
The Richardson's were prominent builders in Church Hill North. 
 
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