Mission House, Stockbridge, Mass. A lovely Colonial Revival garden
The Hancock-Clarke House is a historic house in Lexington, Massachusetts is notable as the only surviving house associated with statesman John Hancock, who lived here for several years as a child. It played a prominent role in the Battle of Lexington Concord as both Hancock Samuel Adams, leaders of the colonials, were staying in the house before the battle. The Reverend John Hancock, grandfather of the American revolutionary leader of the same name, purchased this site in 1699.
Hancock-Clarke House, a historical house & museum in Lexington, Massachusetts
Olde Bulltown Custom Homes: The Brick House. Elverson, Pa
Older Cape Style ~ lovely
Some of the Colonial-era Hale family make an appearance to this day. George Dudley Seymour, who purchased the house in the early 20th century, recorded ghostly sightings, including one encounter with Deacon Hale himself. He haunts the place along with a family servant named Lydia Carpenter, who is seen listening for tidbits of gossip at the doorways. Nathan's brother Joseph is also said to be heard stomping on the stairs and making a ruckus in the basement, rattling the chains he was bound in...
Nathan Hale Homestead All 12 children of Deacon Richard Hale lived at the Hale Homestead in South Coventry, Connecticut, including the Revolutionary War hero, Nathan Hale. Some of the Colonial-era Hale family make an appearance to this day. George Dudley Seymour, who purchased the house in the early 20th century, recorded ghostly sightings, including one encounter with Deacon Hale himself