Happy Thursday everyone! Every Thursday we set out to share a tidbit of real estate history with you. Do you know an interesting event, obscure real estate law, or funny real estate story that you’d like to see featured in our series? Then email Jennie with your contribution at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s Throwback Thursday Tidbit:
1722: The year Graeme Park house was built. It is the only surviving residence of a colonial-era Pennsylvania governor. Graeme Park was constructed in 1722 by Sir William Keith as a summer residence and alternative to his governor’s mansion at Shippen House on Second and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia. It is open to visitors on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
And that’s the history lesson for today! If you’re interested in a real estate future, give us a call at 215-631-1900 or email Jennie at email@example.com.