200-216 N. Union Street Village- built 1839-1846

Kennett Square Village 1750-1840s

200-216 N. Union Street Village- built 1839-1846

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 19348, United States

Created By: Kennett Heritage Center


Hiram Hall divided a 12-acre parcel into building lots along the west side of “the road to Unionville.” Built in the 2 or 3 bay Penn Plan, exterior features of this period are double chimneys, brick dentil molding, attic dormers with an arched top and a fanlight over the front door. All of the houses in this row have been modernized with additions built off the rear of the buildings and some of the original architectural details have been changed as well.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Kennett Square Village 1750-1840s


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