The late 18th century Samuel Hutton House boasts wood siding and period windows, five bays wide. It is comprised of two separate dwellings: the Chesapeake Yellow (left section, including the front door) built in 1798 for Mr. Samuel Hutton. And, a right section, painted in a softer yellow hue, built separately in the mid-19th century. The two were combined and renovated during the mid-1950s when they were owned by Archibald and Claudelle Coates. The Coates owned the property until 1977. Governor Francis Nicholson owned the properties in the late 17th century; Thomas Bordley in the 18th century; and Charles Wallace in the 1770~s. Today, this incredible Historic Home has been fully renovated and meticulously cared for. 3 Bedrooms. 3 Baths. 4 Fireplaces with unique mantles and surrounds. Original Wood Floors. Loft above the Kitchen. Second Floor Deck. Brick Patio. Screened Porch. Cellar. Attic. Historic Designation.
Attic Storage, Ceiling Fan.
Central Air Conditioning, Cook Top Range, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Oven, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.
Brick, Hardwood, Tile.
ANNAPOLIS Elementary, ANNAPOLIS High, Junior High, BATES Middle School.