Lapham-Patterson House Historic Site


The Lapham-Patterson House is a monument to the imagination, creative engineering and craftsmanship of the Victorian Era. Fishscale shingles, oriental-style porch decorations, long-leaf pine inlaid floors, and a remarkable double-flue chimney with a walk-through stairway and cantilevered balcony exemplify the quality and skill of its Victorian creators. Due to its architectural significance, the Lapham-Patterson House was named a National Historic Landmark in 1975.


Reviews

Kristina Skipwith

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Monday, July 24, 2017

I just love this house we took a Saturday tour for from five bucks. It has really cool and old stuff. My favorite thing was not being told no you can't touch that. This is a must see place!

Country Gal

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Monday, Oct. 2, 2017

Visited this wonderful place in high school and went once for the event it was halloween they had an scary house i love this place

Stephanie Snipes

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Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Wonderful tour, Joshua was so knowledgeable and friendly. This is a gem of a place to visit on a Saturday afternoon.

Jenn Eiland-Cross

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Wonderful historic home with knowledgeable tour guides from the local historic society. The first floor is ADA compliant, though like most old homes the stairs to the second and third floors are tight and winding. The Patterson family have donated many items from both their times in the house and from previous owners, so there are touches of history throughout. Don't miss the Queen Anne window on the third floor! I don't know what Mr. Lapham was thinking when he built this home, but I'm glad it still stands for us to see.

Dee Dee Constante

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Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017

Loved touring this house. It's was all very fascinating background.