You are Invited to the Saylor House

Special “Before Restoration” HOUSE TOUR

for WCHT members and Friends

Sunday, October 16, 2016      1 to 4 pm

(Free of Charge)


Saylor HOMEAfter 60 years of neglect, until recently this historic stone building was virtually inaccessible. Thanks to hard work by WCHT members and others, you can take advantage of this rare opportunity to inspect the circa 1800 Saylor House in all her neglected glory. 

In future years, after this charming home has been beautifully and correctly restored, you will say “you should have seen it before. . . .”

(click on any photo for larger view)


 

IMG_4400[2]FREE OF CHARGE !!!  Please wear comfortable clothes and sturdy footwear. Bring imagination, foresight, and prepare to be delighted with the potential of the WCHT’s future headquarters and educational facility. You’ll have the opportunity to sign up to participate in future projects.


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Plus, additional 4 SPECIAL LUNCHTIME HOUSE TOURS from 11 am to 1:30 pm on:

Monday, October 17

Wednesday October 19

Friday October 21

Saturday October 22


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Want to see more????????

Thank you to Ann Aldridge and Jim Osen for the superb panoramic images of this great little house . . .click on the link below and explore!!

http://www.aldrosendesign.com/Pano/Saylor_House/index.html


Copies of two Trust publications will be available for sale; Pat Schooley’s Architectural and Historic Treasures of Washington County, and the recently reprinted Joseph R. Stonebraker’s Rebel of 61, extensively footnoted for the trust by Sandy Izer.