An Anglo-Palladian mansion built between 1769-1774. Architect William Buckland contributed to the design of the house. For the past 125 years, it has operated as a home for elderly ladies. The formal entertainment rooms are open for tours.
The Chase Home gets its name from its first owner, Samuel Chase, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence for Maryland and Supreme Court justice. The Chase Home is also known as the Chase-Lloyd House for the wealthy plantation-owning Lloyd family who lived here for generations after Edward Lloyd 1V bought the half finished home from Samuel Chase. While still operating as an independent living facility for elderly woman today, the house also exists as a monument to Georgian architecture and an important part of American history.
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